Review: The Weight of Lies by Emily Carpenter

Review: The Weight of Lies by Emily Carpenter

Good morning! I wanted to share a mystery/thriller that I absolutely loved this month — The Weight of Lies by Emily Carpenter. This is part of my Unread Shelf Project pile of books that I’ve been making an effort to read, and I cannot believe I let this one sit as long as I did. I saw this book reviewed super […]

Most Anticipated YA of 2018

Most Anticipated YA of 2018

Good morning! I wanted to take a minute (or maybe a few) and round up some of the upcoming YA releases for the new year. I actually didn’t read a lot of YA last year — 33/102 books, if we’re being extremely specific, which I AM. But, I guess that’s still a decent amount. Looking into 2018 though, there are […]

Review: The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson

Review: The Kind Worth Killing by Peter Swanson

I had heard nothing but praise for Peter Swanson, and after having this book on my shelf for a few months, finally tore through it in two days once I started. The Kind Worth Killing is the chilling tale of a man and a woman, Ted and Lily, who meet at an airport bar. They start talking, and as they continue […]

The Unread Shelf Project 2018

The Unread Shelf Project 2018

Hi! As I was looking through my books trying to decide on my first book of the year, I was hit with the realization that I acquired A LOT of books last year. I’ve tried to be realistic about what I will and want to read, and have definitely been better about DNF-ing books and getting rid if them if […]

December Reading Wrap Up

December Reading Wrap Up

In a weird turn of events, my wrap up is going up late because I had too many posts scheduled for the first week of January. What a nice problem to have, honestly! December absolutely flew by, between the holidays, going to Disney, and the end of the year stuff, but it was a great month, mainly because I only worked […]

Review: Stillhouse Lake by Rachel Caine

Review: Stillhouse Lake by Rachel Caine

I’ve had a very hit or miss track record when it came to thrillers this year, but Rachel Caine’s Stillhouse Lake snuck in right at the end of the year to be one of the best! I had seen this book around and mentally wrote it off, thinking it was one of those Amazon published/sponsored books. However. Once a saw the […]