[Tour Review] Sarah J. Schmitt: It's a Wonderful Death

It's a Wonderful Death is a truly dramatic, tragic, touching story about how the choices we make define us and that the easy way isn't necessarily the right way. We so easily forget that we're not all islands just floating about in the same sea, and I want to say thank you for this amazing book that unleashed a whirlwind of emotions reminding me of everything life has to offer, to appreciate every breath, and to make a difference every chance I get with something as effortless as a smile. Because life isn't just about what we achieve for ourselves, it's also about all those we touch around us.

[Review] Kate Evangelista: Reaping Me Softly

Stats Series: Reaper Series 1 Format: Paperback Pages: 209 Language: English Debut: October 1, 2012 @: GoodReads Snuck from: Aditi @ That READioactive Book Blog Read: August 14, 2013 Area Info Ever since a near-death-experience on the operating table, seventeen-year-old… Read More

[Review] Darynda Jones: First Grave on the Right

Stats Series: Charley Davidson 1 Format: eBook Pages: 321 Language: English Debut: February 1, 2011 @: GoodReads Snuck from: Cassie @ The Anfractious Bookaholic Read: July 25-28, 2013 Area Info Private investigator Charlotte Davidson was born with three things: looks;… Read More