Whodunit? – A Review of Simone St. James’s The Book of Cold Cases

A few years ago when The Broken Girls came out, everyone was telling me to read it – about how good it was. I brushed it off because well … I don’t like when something’s so overly hyped because then you have expectations. And more oftentimes than not, you’re left disappointed. Fast forward two years…

On Second Chances – A Review of Erin Sterling’s The Ex Hex

I’m a sucker for Romance novels. Add a talking cat? Count me in! Although if I had a cat that constantly greeted me with “Treeeeeeeeeeeaaaaatttsss?” I think I’d go crazy. Because between my boyfriend and I, we have 4 cats. Imagine if all of them talked? I’d never hear the end of it haha. Nine…

On Autism – A Review of Helen Hoang’s The Heart Principle

A close friend has told me how important it is to go through with the proper therapy and treatment, and how grateful she is to have that. She has really bad anxiety that is controlled with proper medication. I take it with a grain of salt, because I’ve never had any issues that required therapy;…

On Boundaries – A Review of Riley Sager’s Home Before Dark

I’ve never been much of a show/movie watcher. Reading has always been more enjoyable for me because it lets your imagination run wild. Have you ever noticed that when you read a book before its movie companion comes out, that more oftentimes than not – you’ve entered two separate worlds. Meaning, the world you imagined…

On Romanticism – A Review of Silvia Moreno-Garcia’s Mexican Gothic

While attending community college, I studied liberal arts; specifically English Education. My favorite classes were British Literature I & II (split into 2 classes). My favorite time period was Romanticism and the Victorian Era especially in the areas where they overlapped. I loved that Victorian poets would romanticize things differently than authors of the Romantic…