I LOVE “bad” characters. The characters that make you root for their demise. The characters that are so notorious that their characteristics can transfer over into real life. However, when both main characters are obnoxious, I have to tap out. I have one Kindle and can only throw it in frustration so many times before it breaks. This was the problem I ran into while reading Blu Daniels’ Misconceptions. Continue reading
A few months ago, I wrote a list of things you can do while waiting for a book to come out (you can check it out here). Today, I am writing about what to after that book comes out and the blues that follows. Post-Book Blues is a real condition that affects many. Common symptoms include, glossy eyes, hazy minds and fatigue. Here are some things to help you get through. Continue reading
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By Eve Vaughn
Publication Date: March 27, 2016
When I learned that Eve Vaughn had a new book out, I was surprised that the content seemed lighter than what I am used to reading by her. I am most familiar with Eve Vaughn’s darker works, Run and The Auction. I enjoyed Continue reading
Length: 304 pgs
Publication Date: March 20, 2016
My first exposure to Danielle Allen’s writing was in her book released late last year, Work Song .It was a fantastic read (brought to my attention by book blog Girl, Have You Read? that put Allen on my radar. When she announced earlier this year that she had a book coming out soon, I quickly placed it on my To-Read List. When her newest book, The One , became available I happily purchased and read it. Continue reading
I am not a picky reader, in fact, there are few things that will make me stop reading a book once I’ve started it. However, the craziest things will turn me off while reading a book to the point where I will have a harder time finishing it. The ones that annoy me the most involve small, seemingly insignificant incidents where characters take strange turns.
Below are a few incidents that I’ve encountered while reading that left me scratching my head, searching for answers and wishing I could call the authorities.