Book Review: Against The Currant

Book: Against The Currant Author: Olivia Matthews Thank you NetGalley and Dreamscape Media for an advanced audio copy. Lyndsay and her family open up a bakery in Brooklyn New York. At the soft opening with a store full of people, Lyndsay gets into an argument with another bakery owner, Claudio. Lyndsay throws Claudio out of... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Suspect

Book: The Suspect Author: Kathryn Croft Thank you NetGalley and Bookouture Audio for an advanced audio copy. The suspect was a good book that really frustrated me because it was so close to being great. The reason I say that is the whole time I was hoping the resolution would not be the obvious choice.... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Just My Type

Book: Just My Type Author: Falon Ballard Thank you so much to Netgalley Penguin Group Putnam for an eARC in exchange for my honest review. Love love love!! This book was so adorable! Lana Parker is a relationship columnist for the past 8 years and she is ready for more. Her passion and dream job... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The House Guest

Book: The House Guest Author: Hank Phillippi Ryan Thank you NetGalley and Macmillan Audio for an advanced audio copy.  The House Guest has a very interesting premise. The story follows Alyssa who is going through a divorce. Divorces are messy and The House Guest shines brightest when it shows you just how messy a divorce... Continue Reading →

Book Review: NerdCrush

Book: NerdCrush Author: Alisha Emrich Thank you NetGalley and Dreamscape Media for an advanced audio copy. NerdCrush is an excellently crafted teen romance. Romona is a sixteen-year-old with a crush. She is afraid of rejection so she starts to correspond with him as her cosplay alter ego, Rel. Being behind the mask as Rel makes... Continue Reading →

Book Review: The Friendship Breakup

Book: The Friendship Breakup Author: Annie Cathryn Thank you NetGalley and Dreamscape media for an advanced audio copy.  The Friendship Breakup introduced me to one of my least favorite main characters in a book in recent memory. Fallon is a young mom who is dealing with some fallout from her group of mom friends. Fallon... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Invitation to a Killer

Book: Invitation to a Killer Author: G.M. Malliet Thank you NetGalley and Dreamscape Media for an advanced audio copy.  Invitation to a killer was an interesting idea that had a bland execution but was still very enjoyable. Author Augusta Hawke is approached by the wife of a political lobbyist, Callie Morgan, to ghostwrite her memoirs.... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Automated Daydreaming

Book: Automated Daydreaming Author: William Pauley III Thank you NetGalley and Doom Fiction for a free copy of this audiobook. I have been becoming very familiar with William Pauley III's work over the last few months and he is becoming a name that I won’t forget. He has such a way of writing that really... Continue Reading →

Game Review: Spider-Man Remastered

When Spider-Man first swung his way onto the PlayStation in 2016 I was in love and hooked. Now we have a remaster. Does it play as well as I remember? Let’s find out. Reviewed on PlayStation 5 When the PlayStation 5 was first released I didn’t feel I wanted or needed it. When insomniac showed... Continue Reading →

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