Read J.K. Rowling’s original screenplay for “Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them” on November 19th!
A thoughtfully put together novel that paints a dismal and fearful future of Corporate America.
Schools almost out it soon it will be time for fun in the sun and poolside reading. Here are some books to put on your to-read this.
Check out the latest YA books coming out this May and vote for your favorite to be the winner of the May Book of the Month. Happy reading!
A much to long film that lacks character direction leaving the audience utterly confused and unsatisfied.
A mature middle grade and young adult story with an exquisite take on what makes a home, a family, and what makes a prison.
Can’t decide what to read next? Looking for fantasy, thriller or even a ghost story? Check out these three and see if they tickle your fancy.
The est book in the series that launches a new arc by taking several steps back with character development.
Powerful and suspenseful, this story has magnificent world building, but with little action and a more character driven plot, readers will have a hard time relying on their imagination to see these characters and will look toward the show for visualization.
The votes are in for the April Book of the Month. Happy reading folks!
A heartfelt and long awaited sequel that brings back everyone from the original for a hilarious sequel.
Hey there! So I know that I haven’t been “here” lately. My life has been very hectic lately but I am working hard on editing the third and final novel in the Eclipsing Trilogy. I’m working hard, the cover is done.
A unique reimagining of one of America’s famous literary figures that fails at pulling the plot tightly together leaving readers wanting more solidarity and more believability.
April showers bring May flowers…but a reading list here inspires others. I know, not the most clever of phrases but check out this reading list and see if it inspires your own. Happy reading!
A hodgepodge of a film that resembles a quilt rapidly sewn together to catch up to Marvel’s eight years of universe building.