I received this from Netgalley in exchange for feedback. I read this back in late June, this is a set publication for October 9th, the day before it's publication date. This might just ruin my horror month theme I have planned for October but, knowing me, that might not even happen at all. I'll find… Continue reading REVIEW | LumberJanes: Unicorn Power!
Hello! If you missed the last post, you can read it here. I decided to split this post into two as, otherwise, it would have made the original post way too long and this way people who are into books can read specifically that section and vice versa. I really enjoyed this months choice of… Continue reading What I Read in July ’17 – COMICS
Hello! I tend to focus this blog a lot on books/comics and gluten-free food as of late but, sometimes, important matters need to have attention raised for it as well. Today's topic is sort of related to books. More so the book community. So, lately, a lot of reviewers in the book community have been… Continue reading Bimisia is Real
Hey! This is a book post I've wanted to make for a while but, for some reason, keep putting off. I, personally, enjoy most of the book formats available today and although I used to be really judgmental about them in the past on previous blogs, I think fondly of all of them now! I… Continue reading Pros and Cons of eBooks
Hey! If you haven't seen my first food reviews post, you can see it here, where I talk about gluten-free pizzas and pastas I have recently tried. I have more pizza to talk about in future but I didn't want the post to be too long. Pizza is delicious, and just because I'm trying to… Continue reading Amy’s Kitchen, Gluten-Free Microwavable Meal Reviews #2
I received this as an E-Arc from the author but all opinions are my own. Pages: 155 Genre: middle-grade, horror Published: 2017, self-published Ever since he could remember Simon Santiago could see and talk to the dead. When his parents are killed in a train accident, he is sent to live with his estranged con… Continue reading REVIEW || The Library of Souls by Richard Denney
Synopsis "Bree is on a mission. She's trained to fight. But what she really needs to learn to do is listen...Bree is an ordinary teenage girl living in a Martian City where everyone dreams of returning to Earth. She's never seen a bird fly or the sea or the rain. She's amazed when she's chosen… Continue reading REVIEW: Alien Rain by Ruth Morgan