Category Archives: Fiction

Blog Tour & Review: The Funny Thing About Norma Foreman by Julietta Henderson

The Funny Thing About Norma Foreman, written by Julietta Henderson, is a touching, entertaining, and thought-provoking debut novel. Continue reading

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Review: A Universe of Wishes: A We Need Diverse Books Anthology

A Universe of Wishes is another amazing anthology that I cannot recommend enough to science fiction and fantasy fans out there. It contains fifteen short stories, all with the single minded focus of celebrated own-voices, diversity, and representation. Continue reading

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Review: Home: Habitat, Range, Niche, Territory by Martha Wells

Home is the first story story set in the world of Murderbot Diaries that isn’t from Murderbot’s perspective. Instead, it is from the perspective of Dr. Mensah – one of Murderbot’s primary/favorite humans. Continue reading

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Review: Too Good to Be True by Carola Lovering

What would you do, if you found yourself in a scenario that seemed too good to be true? That is the question Carola Lovering asked, when writing Too Good to Be True, a psychological thriller and mystery. Continue reading

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Review: Bestiary by K-Ming Chang

K-Ming Chang’s debut novel, Bestiary is a tale of culture, exploration, family legends, and so much more. Continue reading

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Review: The Push by Ashley Audrain

The Push is Ashely Audrain’s debut novel, and it’s a novel that I’ve been hearing so many positive things about. It’s a psychological drama with tense family moments all throughout, and has resonated with many readers, from the sounds of it. Continue reading

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Review: What Beauty There Is by Cory Anderson

Cory Anderson’s debut novel, What Beauty There Is, will knock your socks off. It cuts to the quick and will leave an impression on your heart. Continue reading

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Review: Heartbreak Bay by Rachel Caine

Heartbreak Bay is the fifth, and final, novel in Rachel Caine’s Stillhouse Lake series. This is a novel that I was admittedly a little hesitant to pick up, because I wasn’t ready to say goodbye. Not to the series, and not to the author. Continue reading

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Review: Bitter Falls by Rachel Caine

Bitter Falls is the fourth novel in Rachel Caine’s Stillhouse Lake series. A series that follows one family as they try to survive the fallout created by their monster of a husband/father. Continue reading

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Review: The Descent of the Drowned by Ana Lal Din

The Descent of the Drowned is Ana Lal Din’s debut novel, and it is an absolute must-read book! It blends young adult fantasy, mythology, and the pain and dangers of the real world in one beautiful, harrowing, and moving read Continue reading

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