Monthly Archives: May 2012

Rae of Hope

Title: Rae of Hope (The Chronicals of Kerrigan #1) Author: W.J. May Publisher: Mitchell Morris Publishing Publication Date: September 11th, 2011 Classification: YA Summary from Goodreads: How hard do you have to shake a family tree to find out the truth of the past? Fifteen-year-old Rae Kerrigan has never questioned her family’s history. That is until she accepted a scholarship to Guilder Boarding School in England. […]

Indie Author Interview & Spotlight: JL Bryan

About JL Bryan: JL Bryan studied English literature at the University of Georgia and at Oxford, with a focus on the English Renaissance and the Romantic period. He also studied screenwriting at UCLA. He enjoys remixing elements of paranormal, supernatural, fantasy, horror and science fiction into new kinds of stories. He is the author of The Paranormals series of horror novels (Jenny Pox, Tommy Nightmare, and […]

Scaling Mt. Read Me

Scaling Mt. Read Me is a feature where we will be pulling a few books that have ended up in the never ending TBR and spotlighting them here. Some of us can’t admit to having a to be read “pile” as it has exploded into it’s own mountain range, hence the name Mt. Read Me. When history professor Alison Carter became a consultant to the […]


Title: Between Author: Cyndi Tefft Publisher: Createspace Publication Date: April 2011 Classification: YA Novel Challenge: None Summary from Goodreads: It just figures that the love of Lindsey Water’s life isn’t alive at all, but the grim reaper, complete with a dimpled smile and Scottish accent. After transporting souls to heaven for the last 300 years, Aiden MacRae has all but given up on finding the one whose love […]

Tune In Tuesday [12] and a Giveaway!

Tune In Tuesday is a weekly feature hosted by Ginger at GReads. It is a way to share with others old or new music you are listening to. You can link up and join on Gingers Blog. Go ahead and start sharing your awesome music! I can’t tell you how much I love music. It is part of my day to day life. If people […]