A Dowry of Blood is a dark and twisted reimagining of Dracula's Brides as told in a final love letter to him from his first bride Constanta. We follow them around the world and bare witness to their lives and relationship which along the way includes two more brides they develop an m/f/f/m polyam relationship… Continue reading A Dowry of Blood – S.T Gibson Book Review
I read Lagoon as part of the Trope-ical readathon, hosted by JenJen Reviews for the SSF team read 'First Contact'. I really wanted to like this. However, I did not. The premise was awesome and could've been so great. However, it was not. Check out my first ever Rant Review on my Booktube channel or… Continue reading Lagoon – Nnedi Okorafor Book Review
Eeeeep!!! Who loves a good readathon?! I sure as hell do! Partway through March I got into a bit of a reading slump. Because of this, I decided that I wouldn't do a readathon in April...Then Lousie from Foxes & Fairtales posted Round 4 of Mythothon and I had to back the truck up. There… Continue reading Mythothon 4 TBR – April
I saw this tag on One Book More, which is a wonderful blog I highly recommend checking out if you are not already familiar with. Julie has themed blogs at least 4 days of the week which are always good! This tag was originally created by Sean & Alyce, back in December but it's so much… Continue reading The Count to 10 Book Tag
I didn't know what book to post as my first review but I honestly love this new genre!!! This is my 3rd series of the Seasoned Paranormal Women genre and it GIVES ME LIFE...And hope 😬 I am steadily but surely approaching midlife myself (32) and reading MCs in their early 20s just doesn't do it for me like it used to. Reading about bad ass women who know, accept and love themselves, their cellulite, their muffin tops and their life choices, is just *insert chef's kiss here.
Readathons are so much fun and a great way to connect, share and be apart of something in the Bookish community with like minded readers. However they can seem like a lot to take on at first. So, I thought I would put together a couple of tips that have helped me get through some… Continue reading Readathon Tips
Thank you so much for considering me to review your novel. I understand the hours and dedication you have put into your book baby, so please know how honoured I am. I am currently accepting review requests. Please read my review policy before contacting me to ensure I am the right fit. Where it is… Continue reading Review Policy