So if you read my last blog you know I raved about Alyssa Rose Ivy’s book in Midnight Kiss Box set. I went looking for another of her books and I found this!  Flight #1 in the Crescent Chronicles It was your typical New Adult Paranormal Romance, but that’s ok with me. The story line was […]

Author Interview: Shannon A. Thompson

…………………………WITH SHANNON A. THOMPSON So… Who is she?  “I’m a 23-year-old author, avid reader, and a habitual chatterbox. In 2007, I was 16 when I published my first YA dystopian novel, November Snow. In 2012, In 2013, I signed The Timely Death Trilogy with AEC Stellar Publishing, Inc. After releasing the first installment, my young-adult, […]

Minutes Before Sunset

Book: Minutes Before Sunset Author: Shannon A. Thompson Series: The Timely Death , #1 Genre: YA, Paranormal Romance Rating:  Blurb: “Eric Welborn isn’t completely human, but he isn’t the only shade in the small Midwest town of Hayworth. With one year left before his eighteenth birthday, Eric is destined to win a long-raging war for his kind. But then […]


Book: Hunted Author: Megg Jensen Series: Dragonland, Book 2 Genre: Fantasy, YA Rating:  Blurb: “The fog that trapped the people of Hutton’s Bridge for eighty years has disappeared, but now so have the villagers. Fearing the worst, Tressa and Bastian must navigate a new and dangerous world in search of their people. Among their allies are a healer, […]


Book: Hidden Author: Megg Jensen Series: Dragonlands Genre: Fantasy, YA Rating:  This book was a fabulous read and just what I was looking for. It was unpredictable and original, taking you on an amazing adventure through forests and into unknown kingdoms. The lead female character was ass kicking awesome; for those who enjoy a spirited and strong female you […]


Book: Opposition Author: Jennifer L. Armentrout Series: Lux Genre: YA (Aliens in high school yo’) Rating:  So as most of you know I am a bit of a Jennifer fan and I’ve read this whole series and absolutely loved it, BUT I am kind of devastated to tell you… I struggled reading this. I really need to justify this […]