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Review: Eight to Midnight, by Karen Harley

Full disclosure: I am acquainted with this author online. Lots of times I’ll pass along links to books to other writer’s books, but sometimes it’s just a link….

Review: He’s Come Undone by Theresa Weir

So, I’ve been meaning to pick up some Theresa Weir for a while now. I eyed her previous NA Come as You Are, but then, given my relative…

Review: Ache by P. J. Post

Ache is an NA romance set in the 1980s that’s all about punk music, and it is awesome. If I had to complain about anything, it would be…

Abbi Glines’ Book Existence: Why it Sucks, Chapters Three-Four

I leave these posts up to simply chronicle things that I did in the past, but I freely admit this was bad form on my part. My frustration…

Requiem for the Fallen

Requiem for the Fallen I’m really excited to recommend this short novel from a writer friend. This is her first book, and I’ve had the chance to read…

The Vampire Diaries: Catch Me If You Can

Right then. Well, true to form, after coming back strong, The Vampire Diaries got waffly immediately afterward. I’m not saying this was a bad episode, only that I…

The Vampire Diaries: After School Special

It would be so cool if I could commit to doing weekly reviews again, wouldn’t it? So, I’ve been jonesing for this show to come back for a…

Review: Opal, by Jennifer Armentrout

I think Jennifer Armentrout might read my blog. Either that, or she realized that it no longer made sense for Daemon to be like, “Kitten, I want to…

Gossip Girl Retrospective: XOXO

Ah, Gossip Girl, the show I love to hate. During the six years of the show, I have quit watching it at least four times in disgust. Seriously,…

Review: Dollhouse by Anya Allyn

While searching for a missing friend in the mountains of Australia, Cassie and her two friends stumble upon a passage beneath the mansion of a rich recluse and…