2022 Book Review: The Letter Carrier

The Letter Carrier by Laurie LC Lewis A Historical Fiction, 2022 by Willowsport Press, 322 Pages  What I Didn’t Like: Dry. This text feels removed from the main character and her important story. I felt a lack of connection to her, which just made the story feel drier than I’d like. Formatting. The ebook, which is... Continue Reading →

2022 Book Review: Revenge of Queen Rose

Revenge of Queen Rose by Valinora Troy MG Fantasy, 2022 by Disresponsible Nodpots, 234 Pages What I Didn’t Like: Some slower parts. Nothing extreme, but there are parts that move slower than others. Paul’s chapters. They’re not particularly my favorite, although they throw back to the first book. I probably could’ve done without his portions altogether. Not... Continue Reading →

2022 Book Review: Blood & Magic Eternal

Blood & Magic Eternal by Jessaca Willis YA Fantasy, Indie Published in 2022, 382 Pages  What I Didn’t Like: Editing errors. To be fair, I am working from an ARC so it’s possible some of these were caught before publication. Normally, I ignore grammatical errors in my copies (especially my ARCs) but these are worth... Continue Reading →

2022 Book Review: The Mozart Code

The Mozart Code The Mozart Code by Rachel McMillan A Historical Romance, 2022 from Thomas Nelson, 368 Pages  What I Didn’t Like: If we take this as a serious historical book, it has issues. I didn’t feel like I learned anything in particular about the historical climate, even with the introduction by the author to... Continue Reading →

2022 Book Review: Heroes

Heroes Heroes by Brendan Cupp (Editor) A Anthology, 2022 from Lost Boys Press, 385 Pages What I Didn’t Like: As with any anthology, there are a few stories that weren’t really my style. But I’m sure that’s different than the ones that would be YOUR style … and that’s the beauty of anthologies. There were definitely... Continue Reading →

2022 Book Review: Churro and the Magician

Churro and the Magician Churro and the Magician by Gaston Caba Childrens’ Graphic Novel, Coming in February 2022 from Clarion Books, 32 Pages What I Didn’t Like: There’s absolutely no words (I’m coming back to this point, I promise). Not even a name. If it weren’t for the title we wouldn’t know this bunny was... Continue Reading →

2022 Book Review: Just Right Jillian

Just Right Jillian Just Right Jillian by Nicole D Collier MG Contemporary, Coming in February 2022 from Clarion Books, 224 Pages What I Didn’t Like: I wanted a bit more of the other characters. Granted, this is Jillian’s story (obviously) and we do get a little of the others. But if I said I wasn’t... Continue Reading →

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