Review – BloodChild by Andrew Neiderman

My Star Rating System 1 ⭐Absolutely awful2 ⭐Not great, could be worse3 ⭐Neutral, not bad but not great either4 ⭐Good but some issues that keep it from a full score5 ⭐Amazing, perfect, or some of the best I’ve encountered Title: BloodchildAuthor: Andrew NeidermanGenres: HorrorPages: 268 There's a new addition to the Hamilton family. The adoptive... Continue Reading →

Check In & Chat – Week of Change

So many things since my last post, mostly good but the bad has been manageable. I finally got a job and started on Monday. Last Sunday was spent working my last shift cleaning and then the deriving the 2-3 hours to my uncles house. New job has been nice except for one incident. No red... Continue Reading →

Meg by Steve Alten – Review

My Star Rating System 1 ⭐Absolutely awful2 ⭐Not great, could be worse3 ⭐Neutral, not bad but not great either4 ⭐Good but some issues that keep it from a full score5 ⭐Amazing, perfect, or some of the best I’ve encountered Title: MegAuthor: Steve AltenSeries: Meg #1Genres: Sci-fi, Thriller, Creature FeaturePages: 363 On a top-secret dive into... Continue Reading →

Readathon Recommendations – Tiny Terror

Today I'll be sharing my recommendations for "Tiny Terror" along with what I will be reading for this prompt. If you want more info on the readathon and it's prompts be sure to check this post here. Recommendations I've Read Title: PreyAuthor: Michael CrichtonMy Rating: 5 StarsWill Work For: It Came From Above, Tiny Terror,... Continue Reading →

Creature Feature Readathon 2021 Announcement

The Creature Feature readathon is back! *cue maniacal laughter* The readathon officially begins April 1st and will run the entire month. Like the first time, there will be several prompts, online movie parties, and a group book! Be sure to use the hashtag #CreatureFeatureReadathon so I can see and share your posts, videos, TBRs, etc.... Continue Reading →

February 2021 Wrap-Up

In February I finished 2 books that were both for Blog Tours. They were The Visitor by Louvie G. Tucker and The Night Has Seen Your Mind by Simon Kearns, both of which I really enjoyed. I am still working on Anne of Green Gables but I don't have to much left to go. If... Continue Reading →

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