★★★★ Summary Private Investigator Jessica Shaw is an expert at finding lost people. Then one day she gets an anonymous email featuring a photo of a three-year-old kidnapping victim from 25 years ago. For this special case, however, Jessica doesn't need to find the girl in the photo because the girl in the photo is… Continue reading Kayla’s Mystery Monday #4: THIN AIR
From Magical Realism to Contemporary Fiction, my August reads were full of laughter, tears, joy, frustration, love and heartbreak; the whole gamut of emotions. I hope you found some incredible books to add to your stack of TBR novels. I certainly recommend all of the ones from my August reads. My stack of TBR offers… Continue reading Becky’s August Wrap-Up
August 2020 may not have been a good altogether, but it's been a great month for reading! I didn't have to go back to work until about week two, so I was able to get six books read and (almost) reviewed. Being a full-time mom, full-time teacher, and part time theatre director, I'm lucky to… Continue reading Kayla’s August Wrap-up
This is a meme created by Reading Marie, and I am so excited to participate! I first discovered it on Kristin Kraves Books, and you should really follow her blog if you don't already. It is so easy to join in and here are the rules: Take your current read and compare it to what… Continue reading Last Year I was Reading…
So, if you follow this blog, you know I hold a fair share of unpopular opinions, so I thought I'd bring this one out in the sunlight to burn in the warm golden glow: I think that J. Sheridan Le Fanu's Carmilla is better than Bram Stoker's Dracula. But first I should probably tell you… Continue reading Kayla’s Freaky Friday: Why CARMILLA is Better than Dracula
After reading McMahon's Promise Not to Tell and (my personal favorite) Don't Breathe a Word, I just had to request a copy of her newest book from #netgalley, and to my great surprise, I was approved! McMahon has a way of writing that is hauntingly beautiful. She can take a story of pain and triumph,… Continue reading Kayla’s Tantalizing Thursday: THE DROWNING KIND
I’m caught! I want to read the remainder of the Judge’s Girls. I love contemporary women’s fiction. Maya is a strong female character and the complicated relationship with the other family female characters after a devastating loss makes for good reading. It will be released on October 27, 2020. Put it on your TBR list!
Here's another great quote from Andy Andrew's The Noticer. In case you missed last week's words of wisdom post, we are big fans of this author and his wise and interesting character, Jones. His new book, Just Jones, will be coming out September 8, and you can pre-order your copy here. "Everybody wants to be… Continue reading Wednesday’s Words of Wisdom with Becky #2
https://observer.com/2020/03/the-batman-info-details-everything-we-know-robert-pattinson/ This was not what I was planning to write about today. Nope. Not at all. I was all set to write about mystery tropes that I love, but then The Batman trailer came out and my feelings started bubbling up uncontrollably. Necessary Background Information Here's the thing, you probably realize from a previous post… Continue reading Kayla’s Tuesday Talk: why Hollywood Should Stop Casting Robert Pattinson
It's here! Make sure to pick up your copy of Katie Alender's The Companion today!