I’ve always been a huge reader. I love talking about books. I love recommending books. I also just love spending my limited free time in the pages of a book, good and bad. Lately, I’ve been reading a lot of self-published books, but also enjoy traditionally published books thanks to NetGalley. I really have to keep myself from hitting that Request button too much. My reading list is already angry at me, but that never stops me from saying yes to books.

If you’re an author who’d like me to review your book, please check out my Review Policy. And thank you so much for considering me as a reviewer!

The Reviews Just Won’t Stop Stacking Up
Editing Can Make or Break a Book, But Sometimes the Story Shines Through
Start at the Cover
What is Up With All the Cursing?
This is Why I Read
The Books I Reviewed in 2019
Dropping Unannounced Into the Middle of a Book Series
What I Learned After Reading 3 Mysteries Set in the UK
Italy is a Lovely Place to Read About
Just a Whole Lot of Self-Published Fantasy
Let’s Talk Bookish: Should You Review a Sequel Without Reading the First Book?
The Difference Between DNF and Abandoned
My Favorite Women’s Fiction Read of 2020
My Favorite Mystery and Thriller Read of 2020
My Favorite Science Fiction and Fantasy Read of 2020
My Bookish Wish for 2021
When Books Start Talking to You, You Know It’s Time
My First Ever Anticipated Books List
The Ladies of the Secret Circus vs. The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue
Books I Read Because of My Name

Books That…

Made Me Cry
Make Me Want to Bake/Cook
Have Fabulous Friendships

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Indie Books Challenge

March 2021
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Books That Remind Me of Other Books

The Memory Collectors by Kim Neville
Knight’s Ransom by Jeff Wheeler
The Code by Peter McAllister
The Last Shadow Knight by Michael Webb
Malice by Heather Walter
The Book of Revelations by Idelle Kursman

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