Teaser Tuesdays

Teaser Tuesdays is a weekly bookish meme, hosted by MizB of Should Be Reading. Anyone can play along! Just do the following: * Grab your current read * Open to a random page * Share two (2) “teaser” sentences from somewhere on that page * BE CAREFUL NOT TO INCLUDE SPOILERS! (make sure that what […]

Library Finds this week

I just thought of something. I was oozing with envy as I surfed through book blogs and how these lucky people got all sorts of goodies in their mailboxes from authors and publishers alike. *sighs* I know I’ll get some books soon so I’m going to keep positive! (feels like grabbing a microphone and yelling […]

Musing Monday Part 2

Okay I just had a bloody brain fart. I posted a Musing Monday that’s super old. So let’s do this all over again and pretend I didn’t do the previous one okay? 😛 It’s monday, forgive my stupidity. Today’s MUSING MONDAYS post is about mid-year reading… Now that we’ve come to the middle of the […]

Musing Mondays

Today’s MUSING MONDAYS post is about new authors… What is your policy when it comes to new authors? Do you feel comfortable purchasing a book or do you prefer to borrow new authors from the library? How often do you ‘try out’ a new author? – I love to try out new authors! it’s the […]

Sunday Salon – Infected by Scott Siegler

After my blahness with The Ruby in Her Navel, I set that one down in the “To be returned” pile and picked up Infected by Scott Siegler. Now this is a much more interesting read. There was a certain part where I just cringed with terror because of its’ graphic descriptions of pain. I just […]

The Sunday Salon – The Ruby in Her Navel

Okay I just read a little more of The Ruby in Her Navel by Barry Unsworth for my Take a Chance Challenge and for today’s Sunday Salon. It’s not working. The book isn’t catching my attention and after the first two chapters I’m finding it a dry and reading it is making it feel like […]

A Great and Terrible Beauty Review

What first attracted me to A Great and Terrible Beauty by Libba Bray was the cover, I have to admit. I’ve always loved corsets and like wearing them (albeit not so tight that I have to gasp for air!). The book takes place in Victorian England in the 1800’s however I sometimes have to double […]