{Book Review} Broken Moon by Sarah Beth Moore

The thing I love most about Bookstagram is getting to meet fellow writers and book-lovers, one of whom is the lovely and talented Sarah (@newleafwriter), who was kind enough to send me her new book, Broken Moon, to review. After reading one of her non-fiction books, Get the Hell Over It (How to Let Go…

{Book Review} The Overneath by Peter S. Beagle

As I’ve mentioned before in my rambles, I’m a huge fan of short stories, especially ones that are entwined with fantasy. Beagle’s collection of short stories, The Overneath, is both a compilation of new and old stories, some unique, and others related to his previously published books. Initially, I thought that the stories based on…

{Book Review} Artemis by Andy Weir

Okay, fair warning, I am about to gush about this book for the entirety of this review and beg you to read it when it comes out on November 14th, 2017. You can pre-order it here or here, because trust me, you will want to read this book the second it’s released. Alright, let’s begin….

{Book Review} Starlings by Jo Walton

I grew up reading fairy-tales and short stories, so I can tell you I was pretty excited to receive this eclectic collection from Tachyon Publications. In a very straightforward introduction, Walton explains that this collection is more of an exercise in the art of short stories than a bona fide short story collection. It includes…

{Book Review} A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab

After at least a dozen of my fellow bookstagrammers recommended that I start this series in the past year, I finally took the plunge last month, and boy, am I glad that I did. I was expecting this first book to be your run-of-the-mill introductory book to the world of Antari and colorful Londons, but…

{Book Review} Modern Gods by Nick Laird

I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect from Nick Laird’s novel, Modern Gods, but I can say that I was pleasantly surprised by it. The story follows the interweaving lives of two sisters and their family as they struggle with love, religion, and family life on completely different planes. Quick Summary: Alison is getting ready…