January 2020 TBR

This month I’m going to focus on two books. If I get in more then that’s cool too.

Dark Age by Pierce Brown

Check out this book on Goodreads: Dark Age http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/29226553-dark-age


The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern

Check out this book on Goodreads: The Starless Sea http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/43575115-the-starless-sea

Have you read either of these?

Happy reading!

Naughty or nice for 2019 book tag

There is two bloggers to thank for this.


As well as…


1. Recieved an ARC and not reviewed it.

Naughty and Nice

Unfortunately this is true. I try to make a point to not request them unless I will read them. But there have been a couple this year that I just plowed right through.

2. Have less then 60% feedback rating on Netgalley


3. Rated a book on Goodreads with promise of a full review to “come soon” but never did

Not this year I don’t think

4. Folded down the page of a book


5. Accidentally spilled on a book


6. Did not finish a book (dnf) this year

Super naughty

7. Bought a book purely because of how it looked and not because you had any intention of reading it


Borrowed from library- naughty

8. Read while you meant to be doing something else

Super naughty

9. Skim read a book


10. Completely missed goodreads goal


11. Borrowed a book and not returned it.


12. Broke a book buying ban


13 . Started a review, forgot about it for ages, and then forgot what the book was about


14. Wrote in a book you were reading


15. Finished a book and not added it to your goodreads


Thanks for stopping by and happy holidays

5 ingredient slow cooker cookbook by Jean Simmons- cookbook review

It may seem weird to review a cookbook, and normally I don’t.However I wanted to point out the things I really enjoy about this book and share some recipes from the book that I plan on trying.

  • This book has a decent selection for a variety of diets. Low carb, keto, vegetarian, vegan..
  • it lists some basic nutritional facts such as protein, carbs, calories, fats and sugars.
  • Easy peasy 5 ingredient meals, soups, and desserts.

I would definitely recommend picking this book up!Which you can buy HereNow I will share with you some of the recipes that I plan on trying ๐Ÿ™‚

Happy reading!

November Wrap Up 2019

This month was a little bit better in the reading department because I found amazon original series that has about 5-6 short story books with audiobook option and I am on my third series through that. It’s really awesome!

  • The God Game by Danny Tobey
  • Verona by Jeffrey Deaver
  • Ninth & Nowhere by Jeffery Deaver
  • The victim’s club by Jeffery Deaver
  • Surprise ending by Jeffery Deaver
  • Tunnel of Bones by Victoria Schwab

A fair reading month though for a month of birthdays and Thanksgiving.

Happy reading, and happy holidays!

November Unhaul 2019

This is a list of books that I am unhauling this wonderful month of feast, family, and coziness.

Most of these are from my kindle app, where when there is free ebooks through some emails..I have next to no self control.

So theres that.


1. Alien Species Intervention books 1-3 by J.K Accinni.


2. Afflicted: Patient Zero by Derek Shupert


3. Normal by Danielle Pearl


4. Affliction Z: Patient Zero by L.T Ryan


5. Zero by Adam Moon


6. Victim Zero by Joshua Guess


Thanks for stopping

Happy reading

And happy holidays

November Haul 2019

There is quite a few books that I got this month through Amazon.

Let’s just get started….

For some reason I can’t add the cover photos..

  • The Grimm files collection boxed set (books 1-3) by Selene Charles
  • Dream of Darkness by H.M Gooden
  • Darkblade Assasin by Andy Peloquin
  • Six merry little murders by Lee Strauss and 5 others
  • Clara’s Soldier by Brittany Fitcher
  • The Girl in the Tree by Sebnam Isiguzel
  • To Crown A King by Raedene Jeanette Melin
  • The Candy Cards by Robert Brown
  • In the Heart of the Fire by Dean Koontz
  • Photographing the Dead by Dean Koontz
  • The Praying Mantis Bride Dean Koontz
  • Red Rain by Dean Koontz
  • The Mercy of Snakes by Dean Koontz
  • Soul of the Sword by Julie Kagawa
  • The Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern
  • Memories of Tomorrow by Dean Koontz
  • Ninth and Nowhere by Jeffrey Deaver
  • Victims Club by Jeffrey Deaver
  • Surprise Ending by Jeffrey Deaver
  • Double Cross (sample) by Jeffrey Deaver
  • Verona by Jeffrey Deaver
  • Something Old by Megan Ryder
  • A Kingdom of Exiles by S.B Nova
  • The Sea of Silence by Peter Cunningham
  • Panic at the Pier by Mel McCoy
  • The Krewe by Seth Pevey
  • His Hand in the Storm by Ritu Sethi
  • Kill me Why by Ritu Sethi
  • Saint Justice by Mike Grist
  • Legion by Robert Swartwood
  • Second chance romance box set by Ali Parker
  • Spy Girl books 1-3 by Jullian Dodd
  • When You Got A Good Thing by Kait Nolan
  • A Murder in Hevetica Bold by C. Rysa Walker
  • Change of Heart by Lillian Rose
  • Moonburner by Claire Luana
  • Gateway by Christina Garner

Wow. So there is that.

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And E-Arcs from


Thanks for stopping by

Happy reading

And Happy holidays

ARC – The G.O.D Game by Danny Tobey * Spoiler Free Book Review

Publisher: St. Martin’s Press

Genre: Dark Thriller

Page count: 495

Release Date” January 7, 2020

Rating: โ˜†โ˜†โ˜†โ˜†

Possible trigger warnings

  • Hint of abuse concerning two different characters. One from a parent, and one from a boyfriend.
  • Point of view: Multi
  • Attempted suicide

Synopsis photo is a screenshot from goodreads.

I love getting book mail any day, but the unexpected ones are probably my favorite.

I am a little unsure if this falls into a YA type thriller based on the age of the characters.

It’s a little bit of a slow start, but not super slow. It is paced enough where it kept me interested and then about halfway through it picked up a little more.

It does, but doesn’t, have religion. Pretty spot just the power of God, but also makes reference to Greek gods also. It’s really hard to explain but I am not one to read anything that really has religion in it.

Dark technology with a huge ego and dangerous power.

Happy reading!

End of year book tag 2019

I Seen this on my friends blog The Book Dutchess and decided to join along.

Here we go:

Are there any books you have started this year, that you need to finish?

  • The Killing Game by Iris Johansen
  • Furyborn by Claire Legrand
  • The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss

Do you have an autumnal book to transition to the end of the year?

  • No, not really. Generally some type of thriller.

Is there any new release you are waiting for?

  • Starless Sea by Erin Morgenstern

Is there a book you think could still be your favorite?

  • Anything is possible

Have you already made reading plans for 2020?

  • Book goal to 50
  • Mixed format
  • Mixed genre

Thanks for stopping by and Happy Reading!

November TBR 2019

Here is a quick TBR for November.

  • Dark Age by Pierce Brown
  • The GOD Game by Danny Tobey
  • Tunnel of Bones by Victoria Schwab
  • Dreadful by Jana DeLeon
  • Soul of the Sword by Julie Kagawa

Not sure if anything else will be added or how close this will be followed.

Happy holidays, and happy reading!

October 2019 Unhaul

Another post with no pictures or links haha but it’s been a little rough this month.

Anyways..I have unhauled/ dnf-ed these books for whatever reason based on my opinion. A couple of them I plan to try and come back to another time.

  • On the come up by Angie Thomas
  • Record of a space born few by Becky Chambers
  • One amazing thing by Chitra Divakaruni
  • Girl in translation by Jean Kwok
  • Caught in time by Sheron Wood McCartha

Happy reading