Sunday Salon: Review of Catching Fire

After reading The Hunger Games I went straight to my library’s website to put the second book, Catching Fire on hold. To my dismay it was a large queue. I had to wait almost at least three or four months before I could get my hands on the book. It felt good to finally put […]

Review of The Season

I’m a bit behind in reviews, as you can see. I haven’t stopped reading, it’s just by the time I stop reading it’s already late at night and I got engrossed in the books I have been reading thus why you haven’t seen any reviews posted in a while. That and an active social life […]

Musing Monday 5/10

Do you have to carve out time in your day for reading (due to work and other obligations), or does your reading just happen naturally? ——- YES! I always have to CARVE OUT READING TIME! (ahem. excuse the frustration) Not only do I have a very needy hombre and a very needy cat at home, […]

Review of Homicide in Hardcover

It’s been a while since I read a cozy mystery. I figure this one suits me well (being a bibliophile) and decided to pick it up as it says on the cover: “A bibliophile mystery”. So I gave this a try to get my cozy mystery fix. This is also my last book for the […]

Booking Through Thursday 5/6

So … you’re halfway through a book and you’re hating it. It’s boring. It’s trite. It’s badly written. But … you’ve invested all this time to reading the first half. What do you do? Read the second half? Just to finish out the story? Find out what happens? Or, cut your losses and dump the […]

Review of The Awakening

It is strongly recommended to have read The Summoning before you go into The Awakening. The story plot continues right after The Summoning and it’s fast paced, so there’s really little room for the reader to try and understand and catch up. There is hardly any background information to fall back on – as The […]