The Last Mile by David Baldacci *Stephanie’s Review*

I have recently started reading more and more mysteries and thrillers. I had read Memory Man and jumped at the chance to review The Last Mile by David Baldacci. I can almost identify with Amos Decker. He has a rare condition that in its most basic explanation doesn’t let him forget anything. I have a pretty good memory and like Decker can’t forget things I’d […]

Nevernight by Jay Kristoff *Alexa’s Review*

This novel had a bit of a rocky start and I really thought about giving up on it a few times. The writing was pretty flowery and changed a lot. Plus there were a ton of things that the reader doesn’t understand because nothing is really explained about our main character or the setting or the storyline. I do have to say that once our […]

Bout of Books 18: TBR and Goals with Alexa

It has been a while since I participated in a Bout of Books read-a-thon. I think this was always because I was working/on call or on vacation during the last few. I’m excited to only have a 4 day work week this week as well as no on call hours this week so I’m going to live it up by reading! Some Info About the […]

2016: A Year in Reflection

I feel like I should preface this with a warning: As much as the first paragraph seems like a ranty petulant tangent, I promise this isn’t meant to be a depressing and horrible post. 🙂 Hang in there. I think we can all agree that 2016 has been a less than stellar year in many aspects. It certainly wasn’t great for me either. 2016 is […]

Alexa’s Top Ten of 2016

I was going to film a video for this but I’m sick and my voice is barely working so you get to see a post on this topic instead. I hope you enjoy it just as much. Please let me know your favorite reads in the comments below! 10 This was a really great read for me this year. I just loved how the setting […]