Today on Spotify we’re discussing Prelude for Lost Souls by Helen Dunbar, an enjoyable read that haunts the reader as much as the music haunts the characters. Continue reading Prelude for Lost Souls Review on Spotify
An enjoyable read that haunts the reader as much as the music haunts the characters. Continue reading Review of ‘Prelude for Lost Souls’ (Prelude for Lost Souls #1)
Having trouble what book to add to your reading list? Well check out what I’m reading here and see if they tickle your fancy. Continue reading Weekly Reading List #239
Having trouble what book to add to your reading list? Well check out what I’m reading here and see if they tickle your fancy. Continue reading Weekly Reading List #238
By Cynthia Ayala
Amber Alton has spent all her summers in Black Rabbit Hall, there was always a light that lit up the country estate. Summer was perfect, until the day that devastation struck. Now the perfect summers became ghosts of what they once were.
Continue reading “An Enigmatic Gothic Tale | Review of ‘Black Rabbit Hall’”
By Cynthia Ayala
Hey there readers! I hope that everyone had a wonderful Christmas. Mine wasn’t that bad, I worked a 9+ hr shift at the theater and it wasn’t as busy as it was last year and no one gave me an attitude for once! Everyone was in the Christmas spirit which made me very happy. And it’s nice to be around my coworkers who are all amazing. I love my bosses and my coworkers and they really are appreciative of all the hard work. The theater may not pay me enough but at least I have a job and great bosses for which I am grateful.
But anyway, I hope that everyone spread the cheer and had a wonderful Christmas with friends and family. Here’s what’s coming up on my reading list soonish followed by a short piece of what I’m reading now. I thought I should include that since it’s been a while since I last posted one of these updates.
Continue reading “Weekly Reading List #27”
Felix J. Palma brings his masterful Trilogía Victoriana to a close in this imaginative and complex finale. Continue reading Imaginative & Beautifully Complex | Review of ‘The Map of Chaos’ (Trilogía Victoriana #3)