⭐/5 stars Forever in need of a thrilling page-turner, I found The Last Resort on Kindle Unlimited. The synopsis sounded like the plot of a good movie so I expected to be grasping the edge of my seat while my heart quickened in fear. I mean, I’ve read pretty good YA novels that did just … Continue reading Book Review: The Last Resort
The Basketball Diaries is a memoir written by author and musician Jim Carroll. Originally published in 1978, it follows Carroll’s journey as an aspiring basketball star and his descent into drug use during the 1960s and 1970s. I came about this book because I started delving into the punk rock section of our record collection … Continue reading Book and a Movie: The Basketball Diaries
Synopsis Bodies are turning up in the Olympic Peninsula. Each victim shows unmistakable signs of being murdered with dark magic. It’s clear that the most forbidden and dangerous of the black arts are still being practiced in the town of Port Hollow. Ancient sorceries that allow power to be stolen from innocent life. And Kathryn … Continue reading Book Review: Devil’s Bane
First of all, a HUGE Thank You to the publisher Minotaur Books and BookishFirst for sending me this advance readers copy! I read a First Read snippet and was so hooked I couldn’t stop thinking about what was going to happen next. Needless to say I felt like a million bucks after winning that raffle. … Continue reading ARC Review: Every Last Fear
Pub Date: April 13, 2021 One Got Away by S.A. Lelchuk is the second book in the Nikki Griffith series. I won this book in an Instagram giveaway by Flatiron Books so while I hadn’t read the first novel, I was still very much looking forward to reading this one. (I mean, who wins Instagram … Continue reading ARC Review: One Got Away
Kodak Black’s Bill Israel Kodak Black’s new album Bill Israel is full of bangers that serve some real chill quarantine vibes. This album has been highly anticipated since Kodak Black has been incarcerated and is releasing this album from behind bars. It features big names including Tory Lanez, Gucci Mane, and Lil Yachty, to name … Continue reading Album Review: Bill Israel
Alice is a filmmaker with familial ties to the deserted village of Silvertjaarn, situated far from civilization. Her grandmother’s family disappeared alongside the entire town that left only one woman stoned to death at a stake and a newborn infant. Alice feels a pull to find out what really happened to cause the townsfolk to … Continue reading ARC Review: The Lost Village
Pub Date: April 13, 2021 There are a couple of things that set Malice apart from every other fairy tale story you’ve already read. Firstly, it’s not everyday we get to read a book from the villain’s perspective. And as we follow Alyce through the book we learn she’s really not as bad as everyone … Continue reading ARC Review: Malice
It’s been exactly 1 year since my last concert and with the way covid-19 is going now, there’s no telling when my next live show will be. There isn’t much to do but reminisce about seeing my favorite band, Polyphia. They toured with Issues, Lil Aaron, and Sleep Token–which TBH I had never heard any … Continue reading Concert Diary: Polyphia Tour 2019
My second choice for Amazon FirstReads was Girls of Brackenhill by Kate Moretti. (Read about the first, The Haunting of Brynn Wilder here.) A book of suspense and psychological thrills, this read was definitely more up my alley. I love that rush of frantic-page turning and fear that keeps you from getting up to grab … Continue reading Book Review: Girls of Brackenhill
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