Review of The Vampire’s Assistant

It is recommended you read Cirque du Freak first just to know the background information on Darren and Mr Crepsley and the Cirque du Freak show. The majority of the characters do show up from the first one, so it’s a good idea to know who’s who before you start this book. The Vampire’s Assistant […]

Review of The Summoning

I’ve heard so much hype about this book I finally gave in and decided to give it a try myself. I’d have to say, my fellow book bloggers have never dissapointed me so far. This one was another great read and no regrets listening to them! The Summoning is about Chloe Saunders, a student at […]

Review of Terra Incognita

Although not necessary, you might want to read Medicus before moving onto this one. Medicus does contain background information on the main characters and it might help you and make the characters more “rounded out”. Although you can read this one as a stand alone if you’d like. I enjoyed Medicus myself. Terra Incognita has […]

Monday Combo 1/18

Today‚Äôs MUSING MONDAYS post is about tidy reading around people. When is it inappropriate to read in front of others? Is it ever appropriate? – Interesting question. I suppose it’s inappropriate to read when people are talking to you. Although my mom used to do that when I was talking to her (however mom was […]

Review of Some Like it Hot-Buttered

While searching through webpages of oodles of titles of cozy mysteries, I came across this one. It interested me, first because it was classified as a cozy mystery, second, the idea of a mystery series surrounding a guy who owns a movie theatre sounds interesting, and third, the cover was kinda quirky, but neat, and […]