REVIEW: Zero Visibility by Georgia Beers

The really wonderful thing about Lesbian Fiction is that it has really become pretty diverse in terms of genre.Yes, I think we still have a ways to go, but there are more options to choose from today than there were in, say, 2000. Heck, in the last 10 years alone, the Golden Crown Literary Society has gone from giving out awards in 3 categories to giving out awards in 13 categories. (And I have no doubt that we’ll be adding categories in future years.) Like a good mystery/thriller? Not a problem. Enjoy sinking your teeth into a good vampire story? Yep, lots of those, too....more

Book Review: #GIRLBOSS

Some of you may know that I would love to start my own business. Well I'm in the process of doing just that. Just a little blip of redoing one of my courses and finishing my program. In the meantime I'm revving up the business plan, so I'm already in business by the time April 21st rolls around. Now don't get me wrong if Google comes calling or an amazing startup catches my eye, I'm there. I'm all about multiple sources of income. Not because of greed but because of job security in this precarious job market....more

The Book That I Never Get Tired Of Reading

*This post is Day Fifteen of the January Nablopomo 30-day blogging challenge hosted by BlogHer....more

Book Review: Me Before You

ah – this book. me before you by jojo moyes was a great book to remind me of my love of reading. after torturing myself to get through that monster, the goldfinch, it was refreshing to dive into an easy read with a great story and a hint of a love story. you know – one of those books where you don’t have to think too much but you’re still completely engaged with the tale? yep. this is one of those....more

Book Review of Daggerspell, by Katharine Kerr

Well what a disappointment… I guess the phrase "you can't judge a book by it's cover" is true. It was worth a shot though, and I'll admit I almost didn't make it through this book by Katharine Kerr. I wish I knew what other people saw in it, because I certainly didn't see the same thing. For a novel with almost a full 5 stars on Goodreads I expected something great. I don't know if anyone else has read this, if you have I'd love to hear your thoughts - just shout out in the comment section! ...more

Furry Logic, 10th Anniversary Edition by Jane Seabrook {Book Review}

I received the book Fury Logic, 10th Anniversary Edition by Jane Seabrook from Blogging for Books in exchange for my review.  I received no further compensation for this review....more

Book Review of Midnight Bayou, by Nora Roberts

I feel like I'm starting to sound like a broken record - but here it goes. I'm so glad I'm done reading this book. What a let down… I hate to say it, but sometimes I like judging a book by it's cover. None of those have let me down. The ones I'm trying based more off synopsis than the cover have been my disappointments. If you still want to debate reading this book, and maybe you will - then follow on to read my full review....more

On BS: A Short Book Review

November 28, 2014One of my favorite books is On Bullshit by Harry G. Frankfurt. It’s a small book, written in 2005.  The author is not someone you might expect....more

Gone Girl Book Review

All of last week while in Missouri, I spent reading Gone Girl. I was especially enjoying the fall weather that they had and reading on my Kindle with a cold Shocktop (Honey Crisp Apple Wheat!) sitting in my lounge chair. It was absolutely perfect. And how I spent basically a portion of every day. I was super excited to read Gone Girl....more

If I Stay Book Review

I might lose some friends after this. But I have to speak my mind after reading the ever so popular book If I Stay....more