Escapists Uncensored: Scribd…is it worth it?

19 November 2014 Courtney 1

I’m sure many of you have heard about websites and companies that claim to be the Netflix of games, magazines, etc. Well, now there’s one for books. Well ok, there’s a few but the one I wanted to check out was Scribd. At Scribd you pay $8.99 a month to gain an all […]

A Vision of Fire by Gillian Anderson and Jeff Rovin

17 November 2014 Natassia 2

Thriller novels take an eerie spin in A Vision of Fire by writing duo Gillian Anderson and Jeff Rovin. The plot revolves around the seemingly ordinary PTSD of one teen and unfold into a tale of epic proportions. From beginning to end, I was on the edge of my seat, […]

#BlackFriday v4.0 Is Back Nov 28th!

14 November 2014 Jackie 0

It’s coming. The madness, the riots, the sheer insanity that is the holiday shopping season. Considering all this, I started thinking about all the “fun” the different characters might have while doing their own holiday shopping, especially during the day that is known as Black Friday. From that thought spawn […]

Guest Author: Lashell Collins

13 November 2014 Jackie 2

I am excited to welcome author Lashell Collins, who is celebrating the release of her new novel, Secrets of Lunar Falls. When veterinarian, Dr. Carly Tipton, takes a new job in the tiny farming community of Lunar Falls, she expects to build a new life for herself. She expects to meet […]


The Witch With No Name by Kim Harrison

13 November 2014 Nicole 0

I adore the Hollows series by Kim Harrison. It is one of my favorite UF series. This review is bittersweet. If you aren’t already aware The Witch with No Name is the final book in the series. I couldn’t wait to read it, I didn’t want to say goodbye to […]

Helmut Goes Abroad by Matt Sheehan

10 November 2014 Natassia 0

On the tails of the first Helmut Chase novella, Helmut Saves the World, Matt Sheehan takes us back to the alternate world in Helmut Goes Abroad. The novella brings us more of the same fast-talking arrogance of Helmut, reading like Helmut’s personal blog post about his case. This really suits the […]

Sunday Surprise!

9 November 2014 Jackie 1

Sunday Surprise is a feature that showcases three random novels that have either caught our eye, have received for review or is just not getting enough attention. Hopefully we’re able to introduce you to a new fabulous read or even remind you of what you’re missing. So, did we catch […]

Geek Girls Don’t Date Dukes by Gina Lamm

6 November 2014 Casey 0

I adored Geek Girl and the Scandalous Earl by Gina Lamm and jumped all over it’s sequel, Geek Girls Don’t Date Dukes. Surprisingly enough, I liked it much better than the first. Geek Girls Don’t Date Dukes had more humor, heart and heat — and, dang it, I want my own Avery! All […]

Exclusive Excerpt: His Every Need by Terri L. Austin

6 November 2014 Jackie 2

I am excited to welcome author Terri L. Austin, who is celebrating the release of her first The Beauty and the Brit novel, His Every Need. Allie Campbell is determined to take care of her family, no matter the cost. But when her father loses their home to British tycoon […]

The Traveler’s Wake by J.P. Moynahan

3 November 2014 Natassia 0

A travel thriller truly unfolds in J. P. Moynahan’s The Traveler’s Wake. With the exotic backdrop of Peru, we’re brought into a tale of espionage and investigations. Moynahan writes a tale that makes one question what is reality and what is not. Wesley Rourke is a mouthy, Irish-lucky millionaire, trotting […]