Lists, Saturday Book Sales

Saturday Book Sales: September 18, 2021

Look at me doing two weeks of #SaturdayBookSales in a row! Did I do this post while stuck in quarantine? Yes. Yes I did. Each Saturday I hunt down the best book deals I can find and share them in a new post! If you want to participate you can do so by sharing a link… Continue reading Saturday Book Sales: September 18, 2021

Mystery/Thriller

Kayla reviews JAMES MORIARTY, CONSULTING CRIMINAL

★★★★ Genre: MysteryFormat: AudiobookLength: 1HR and 10MINBuy: James Moriarty, Consulting Criminal Summary from Goodreads: His razor-sharp intellect, uncanny powers of deduction, and knowledge of the criminal underground are legendary throughout London. He solves cases with the able assistance of his close friend and confidant. And, one day, he will become the arch enemy of Sherlock… Continue reading Kayla reviews JAMES MORIARTY, CONSULTING CRIMINAL

Saturday Book Sales

Saturday Book Sales: September 11, 2021

I'm finally back with another list of #SaturdayBookSales! I know, it's been a while, but in my defense, I've been signing with a literary agent and contracting COVID. A lot has happened, friends...a LOT. Each Saturday I hunt down the best book deals I can find and share them in a new post! If you want… Continue reading Saturday Book Sales: September 11, 2021

Lists

Kayla’s WWW Wednesday #2

Looks like I'm back with another WWW Wednesday. This Meme was originally hosted by A Daily Rhythm, and revived by Taking on a World of Words. If you haven't done this one yet, consider yourself tagged! This meme tries to answer the following three questions: What are you currently reading?What did you finish recently reading?What do you… Continue reading Kayla’s WWW Wednesday #2

Lists, Mystery/Thriller

Kayla’s Tuesday Talk #3: Favorite Mystery Tropes

Okay, gang, I might be preaching to the choir here, but I'm going to assume that not everyone knows what a "trope" is. Let me explain. According to tvtropes.org, a trope "is a storytelling device or convention, a shortcut for describing situations the storyteller can reasonably assume the audience will recognize. Tropes are the means by which… Continue reading Kayla’s Tuesday Talk #3: Favorite Mystery Tropes

Fiction, Lists

Kayla’s Top Ten Characters She’d Name her Children After

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was created out of a love of lists, and since I also love lists, I've decided to follow the trend. This is my first Top 10 Tuesday post, and I've decided… Continue reading Kayla’s Top Ten Characters She’d Name her Children After

Fiction, Young Adult

Kayla’s Freaky Friday #3: WATCH OVER ME

★★★ First of all, thank you Bookishfirst and Penguin Teen for this ARC. I'm not sure it truly qualifies as a "Freaky Friday" because the ghosts featured here are more beautiful than freaky, but I just finished reading it yesterday and I don't want to wait to review. The novel will be published on September… Continue reading Kayla’s Freaky Friday #3: WATCH OVER ME

Coming-of-age Story, Fiction

Kayla’s Tantalizing Thursday: WATCH OVER ME

I just finished Watch Over Me today, and I'm taking some time to process before writing a full review. It's one of those books that is beautifully written, but I struggle to like some of the story elements. When I encounter a book like this, I try to take some time to make sure that… Continue reading Kayla’s Tantalizing Thursday: WATCH OVER ME

Fiction

Becky’s Tantalizing Thursday #3: THE LOST AND FOUND BOOKSHOP

I’m already loving my new read The Lost & Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs. What book lover doesn’t love a story that takes place in a bookstore? Couple that with real life issues that families have to face and the rollercoaster of emotions that people have to deal with and you have a book that… Continue reading Becky’s Tantalizing Thursday #3: THE LOST AND FOUND BOOKSHOP