“For the monstrous and those who love us” Review: Shadowsong, by S Jae Jones

I have been sitting on this review, and by sitting I mean it's been rolling about the mess that is my head, for roughly two months now. I am finding it difficult to put into words, but make no mistake, Shadowsong was achingly beautiful. It buried itself into me, and spoke to my soul. Shadowsong…

Tick tock; Surviving Wonderland, Sick Fux by Tillie Cole

  "My Dolly, sinister and cruel. Thirsting for the kill. I took a deep breath. She was my living, breathing doll. She wore the face of the purest angel, masking such evil living within." I have been anxiously awaiting the now newly released Sick Fux by Tillie Cole, for what seems like forever. Tillie's Hades Hangmen…

Not all Fae are created equal: An Enchantment of Ravens

"One raven for uncertain peril. Six for danger sure to arrive. A dozen for death, if not avoided. The enchantment is sealed." Yesterday was the release of one my most anticipated reads of 2017- An Enchantment of Ravens by Margaret Rogerson. Once I picked it up and started reading, I couldn't stop. Within 5 pages…

The Most Important Love Story of the Year, #GripStol

How do you write a review for something that no matter what anyone says it will not do it any justice? Grip defies defining The story of Grip and Bristol was recommended to me more than once, but it took the passion (and peer pressure) of Imani (of Enamored Reads), to have me pick it…