Showing posts from July, 2016

My Week of Reading (25 - 30 July 2016)

Hello There, Reading has been going alright this week, so here are the reviews of the books that I read this week: The Reflections of Snow White by David Meredith: Amazon:  Amazon Review - The Reflections of Queen Snow White Goodreads:  Goodreads Review - The Reflections of Queen Snow White Genuine Jenn:  Genuine Jenn Review - The Reflections of Queen Snow White And here's the other one: Love in an Elevator by Various Authors: Amazon:  Amazon Review - Love in an Elevator Goodreads:  Goodreads Review - Love in an Elevator Here is my blog review of the book:  Blog Review - Love in an Elevator Last Word: I really enjoyed this two books that I read. The book that I'm reading at the moment, I'm hoping to finish it next week, and then I'll also post that review on my blog as well! I also just quickly want to say a BIG thank you to EVERYONE who has read my blog so far! It's really nice that I have over 1000 views already. You guys are

Highlights of the Month - July 2016

Hello Everyone, I am back with my 'Highlights of the Month'. I didn't do that much reading in July, sometimes the reading lagged a little bit. The books that I read in July, I ended up enjoyed all of them in different ways. Basically the books that I read were of the chick lit, romance and paranormal genres. I only managed to read review books this month, and there were times when I thought I wasn't going to make the deadlines for some of them. Last Word: I'm hoping that August is going to be a bit of a better reading month. So far, I've got three books lined up for August, though I'll probably end up reading five or six books. I've also missed doing some leisure reading and squeezing in a paperback, hopefully I'll be able to that next month.  There are two public holidays in August, so let's see if I can make the most of reading on those days. Overall, July has been a good reading month in terms of the enjoyment of the (fe

Review - Love in an Elevator by Various Authors

My Copy of the Book Blurb: Laugh, swoon, and escape with this romantic comedy anthology! Will an elevator ride change her life? In HOLD THE LIFT by Aven Ellis, Sierra Crawford ends up meeting sexy British hockey player Jude Parker after their elevator sticks. Sierra finds herself getting to know Jude—and she likes what she sees. But he wouldn’t be interested in a food-obsessed assistant editor right? Sierra knows she’s quirky—her fondness of Magic 8 Balls is proof of that—so there’s no way he could look her way. Or can he? In DOWN, THEN UP by Beth Labonte, Lauren Oswald never expected to see her college love, Jamie, again. Not after the way things ended. She certainly doesn’t expect to see him ten years later at a bachelorette party in Vegas, waiting inside a hotel elevator. Slightly older. Different haircut. No wedding ring. Same eyes. As the pair embark on a late night errand, Lauren is flooded with memories of how Jamie became the one that got away—and she realizes that

My Week of Reading (18 - 23 July 2016)

Hello Everyone, Yes, I'm back with my 'Week of Reading'; at the moment, I've got two books that I'm reading, both are for review. The one I'm going to be posting on Genuine Jenn's blog later this week, and then I'm going to be posting another review o my blog sometime this week as well. I'll attach both links to the reviews in next week's 'Week of Reading'. Anyways, let me get you up to date with some reviews that I've done: Raven's Peak by Lincoln Cole: Amazon:  Amazon Review - Raven's Peak Goodreads:  Goodreads Review - Raven's Peak Here is my blog review of the book:  Blog Review - Raven's Peak The books that I'm currently reading are 'Love in an Elevator' (I'm going to be doing the review for this one on my blog sometime this week), and then 'The Reflections of Queen Snow White', this review I'm going to be posting on Genuine Jenn's blog. Last Word: T

Review - Raven's Peak by Lincoln Cole

Book Cover Blurb: A quiet little mountain town is hiding a big problem. When the townsfolk of Raven's Peak start acting crazy, Abigail Dressler is called upon to discover the root of the evil affecting people. She uncovers a demonic threat unlike any she's ever faced and finds herself in a fight just to stay alive. Abigail rescues Haatim Arison from a terrifying fate and discovers that he has a family legacy in the supernatural that he knows nothing about. Now she's forced to protect him, which is easy, but also to trust him if she wants to save the townsfolk of Raven's Peak. Trust, however, is something hard to have for someone who grew up living on the knife's edge of danger. Can they discover the cause of the town's insanity and put a stop to it before it is too late? About the Author: Lincoln Cole was born and lives in Columbus, Ohio. He is twenty-nine years old and has been writing novels his entire life. He works in the IT industry devel

The past while...

Hello Everyone, This blog post is going to be slightly different. As you've noticed, I haven't been posting my weekly 'Week of Reading' posts...and that's because I had a slight struggle finishing the third book in a series that I was reading. I even missed my monthly 'Highlights of the Month'. But what I'm going to do in this post, is post all the reviews so that I'm up to date; and from next weekend, it'll be back to my schedule. So for now, I'll be posting the reviews for the series that I've been reading. Minor, Novice and Limbo by Meghan McDonnell: Amazon:  Minor  |  Novice  |  Limbo Goodreads:  Minor  |  Novice  |  Limbo Genuine Jenn:  Genuine Jenn Review - Minor, Novice and Limbo Last Word: Strangely enough, even though I enjoyed Limbo (the third book in the series), I still struggled to get through it. Right now I'm busy reading 'Raven's Peak' by Lincoln Cole, and I'm really enjoying