Hey everyone, I know this is being posted much later than normal but I was on vacation all last week and had no time to put together the banner while I was gone. Anyways, here are a few young adult books coming out in March. I want almost all these books on this list and… Continue reading Coming Soon in March 2017
In The Fatal Heir, you follow the journey of Don. Beginning when he is just a boy messing around and trying to prove that a mystery man was real and not a figment of his imagination. To him being arrested and finding things out about himself that would turn his entire world upside down. Throughout… Continue reading Review: The Fatal Heir by L.C. Ireland
With being a blogger for Rust City Book Con, I want to read certain books so I can interview and interact with the authors that will be participating at the convention. The first book I chose to read was Ghostly Liaison by Stacy McKitrick. When it came time to read it I tried to see… Continue reading Review: Ghostly Liaison by Stacy McKitrick
I hope everyone’s year has started off well and that you have all been enjoying some good books. It’s that time of the month again in which I list some new YA books coming out in the following month. Here are some of the titles I came across. February 7th The Lost Girl of Astor… Continue reading Coming Soon: February 2017 Book Releases
Rust City Book Con is a book convention that will be taking place in Troy, Michigan (Metro Detroit) between August 4th through the 6th, 2017. Rust City was started in 2016 to give readers and authors a way to meet in the Metro Detroit area. Registration for this event opens in January and authors will… Continue reading I am going to Rust City Book Con.
As 2016 comes to a close, its time to look back at all the books I read throughout the year. My goal this year was 50 books. According to Goodreads, I didn't come close to hitting my goal. The thing is I read a lot of stuff that wouldn't be on Goodreads. Books that Goodreads… Continue reading My Year in Books: 2016
Last month I had the chance to go to a book sale that Grand Rapids Public Library was hosting. The books were $0.50 per book of $1 for three books. So, me and a friend spent an hour or two going through all the books. I managed to buy 15 books for $5. The following… Continue reading Library Book Sales: The Best Book Sales Ever