‘Morbid Hearts’ is a Great Read to Sink Your Teeth into this Summer

Author: Susanne L. Lambdin Release Date: March 13, 2015 Publisher: Wyvern’s Peak Publishing Review Spoilers: Low GoodReads | Amazon Cadence Sinclair was a seventeen-year-old girl from America’s heartland who loved horseback riding, a comfortable pair of jeans, and hanging out with her friends.  That was before the Scourge.  If you are looking for a […]

Develop Some Very Confusing Thoughts About KFC This Mother’s Day With ‘Tender Wings of Desire’

Author: Colonel Sanders  Release Date: May 2, 2017 Publisher: Amazon Digital Services LLC Review Spoilers: Mild Amazon | KFC Tender. Juicy. Delectable.  Okay, now that I got those words out of the way, I can begin this review. New to the romance scene, Tender Wings of Desire leaves it’s readers wanting more than just this little taste of […]

Never feel guilty about eating anything – ‘Feeding Hannibal: A Connoisseur’s Cookbook’ will help you unlock your inner chef

Feeding Hannibal: A Connoisseur’s Cookbook (2016) Author: Janice Poon Release Date: October 18, 2016 Publisher: Titan Books Source: Provided by publisher for a fair and honest review Genre(s): Non-fiction, cooking Review Spoilers:  Low From Hannibal’s table to yours, Feeding Hannibal gives fans of the hit show a chance to recreate some of the elegant meals seen on the show […]

“Every Little Thing” Provides Patterns of Fun for Adults

Every Little Thing: A Flat Vernacular Coloring Book Author: Payton Cossell Turner Release Date: November 3, 2015 Publisher: Penguin Random House Genre(s): Coloring Book Rating: ★★★★☆ Review Spoilers:  N/A GoodReads | Amazon Every Little Thing may be my favorite adult coloring book yet. I’ve been fallen hard for the new fad and so I’ve picked up quite […]

Life and Death Won’t Bore You to the Grave

Life and Death Twilight Reimagined Author: Stephanie Meyer Release Date: October 6, 2015 Publisher: Little Brown Genre(s): Fantasy, Magic, Paranormal, Romance, YA Spoilers: Mild Rating: ★★★☆☆ GoodReads | Amazon It was actually good. Damn it all. I can’t lie, this was a much better retelling than what I was hoping for. Meyer did us right by “retelling” […]