I’m very excited to be participating in the official book blitz for Mur Lafferty’s book STATION ETERNITY! This “Midsomer Murders meets Doctor Who” sci-fi murder mystery was fun to read and I look forward to more in The Midsolar Murders series! Keep reading for more on the book, the author, plus read an excerpt and my review!Continue reading
Crowbones (The World of the Others #3; The Others #8) by Anne Bishop (2022)
Fiction | Urban Fantasy | Murder Mystery
In this engrossing and gripping fantasy set in the world of the New York Times bestselling Others series, an inn owner and her friends must find a killer-before it’s too late….
Crowbones will gitcha if you don’t watch out!
Deep in the territory controlled by the Others-shape-shifters, vampires, and even deadlier paranormal beings-Vicki DeVine has made a new life for herself running The Jumble, a rustic resort. When she decides to host a gathering of friends and guests for Trickster Night, at first everything is going well between the humans and the Others.Continue reading
Station Eternity (The Midsolar Murders #1) by Mur Lafferty (2022)
~ eARC Review ~
Fiction | Sci-Fi | Murder Mystery
From idyllic small towns to claustrophobic urban landscapes, Mallory Viridian is constantly embroiled in murder cases that only she has the insight to solve. But outside of a classic mystery novel, being surrounded by death doesn’t make you a charming amateur detective, it makes you a suspect and a social pariah. So when Mallory gets the opportunity to take refuge on a sentient space station, she thinks she has the solution. Surely the murders will stop if her only company is alien beings. At first her new existence is peacefully quiet…and markedly devoid of homicide.Continue reading
BRN #18: My Rainy Day Books
I don’t know about you, but rainy days always makes me crave either a steady movie/TV binge or a luxuriously lazy book binge. For this post I thought I’d share some of my go-to rainy day books 🙂 Honestly some of these aren’t typically my favorite while others I think are the absolute best, but regardless they’re what call to me from my bookshelves whenever the day is long and the rain unrelenting. Strange what weather can do… Continue reading