Game On!! Unicorn Magic Ring Toss Edition

I know that you're all thinking "Unicorn Magic Ring Toss Edition"?? What does that even mean... And, WHY is that a thing? Well, my friends let me tell you a tale. A tale of how a girl's night with my sister became a magical night of throwing foam rings at each other and trying to... Continue Reading →

Blog Tour- Catching Love When it Falls by Deryn Pittar

Thank you to Books n All for allowing me a spot on this tour Synopsis William and Belinda, both genetically altered, meet years after leaving the government-rearing nursery. Their late development allowed them to escape a life devoted to the government's defence departments. If their skills are now discovered they will be conscripted and never... Continue Reading →

Blog Tour- Identity Break by Stephen H. Provost

Thank you to Stephen H. Provost and Xpresso Book Tours for allowing me to act as host! Synopsis: How far would you go to find yourself? Imagine everything you thought you knew about yourself turned out to be a lie, and you didn’t know who was telling the truth. Imagine you possessed a secret so... Continue Reading →

Go Home, Afton by Brent Jones

4.5 out of 5 Stars I'd like to thank Brent Jones for providing me with an ARC copy of this book in exchange for my honest opinion. Synopsis A small-town librarian with a dark side, Afton, twenty-six, has suppressed violent impulses her entire adult life. Impulses that demand she commit murder. Blending her urges with... Continue Reading →

The American Nightmare

This is absolutely atrocious behaviour from my neighbour to the South… Notice I say NEIGHBOUR as a singular, because I hold one man accountable… (and his entourage) thank you so much, Kim, for calling these links to my attention and I’m hoping anyone who can sign these petitions, will!

By Hook Or By Book

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Some of you will remember a post I reblogged a few days ago from Gronda regarding immigrant children being forcibly taken from their parents as they attempt to cross the southern border to seek asylum. Below is an audio obtained by ProPublica which has just been released. On it you can hear young children crying and repeatedly screaming “Mami” and “Papa” at one of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection facilities. Almost as disturbing is at one point during the audio, a border patrol agent jokingly says the children are providing an orchestra for them and all they need is a conductor. I want to warn you, if you haven’t heard this yet, it’s absolutely heartbreaking.

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What Trump and his administration is doing isn’t just wrong, it’s evil—and I don’t use that word lightly. There has got to be a special place in Hell for the President, Attorney General Jeff…

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Music Monday- Waltz #2 by Elliott Smith

Hello All! This meme was created by Drew @ The Tattooed Book Geek. I've promised that this week I was going to be a bit more "normal". (I'm sorry for all of you who came looking for something crazy this week, hit me up next week and I'm sure we can work something out!) With all... Continue Reading →

Cozy Sunday- Father’s Day Edition

Hello all!!! Happy Father's Day! My schedule was throw off this week by some reviews put up on strange dates for me, so I don't have a Cozy Sunday book review for you. I know, I'M SORRY!! I do, however, want to shout out to my Dad and all the other Dad's out there Celebrating... Continue Reading →

Game On! The Last Day of June

Well, now that we're edging on the end of June, I figured that I would get this review out finally! This is the story of Carl and June, and probably the saddest "game" I've ever played. I use the term "game" loosely, as it's more of a visual novel with some light puzzling aspects. Most of... Continue Reading →

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