February – What On My Shelf?

January has flown by and I cannot believe we are already in the middle of February. Has anyone figured out how to stop time yet? February does bring some very intriguing titles from new authors. If y’all know anything about me, its that I love reading titles by new emerging authors.  So, let’s get into…

Music Monday! Sevendust – Pieces

A couple years ago I was excited to learn Sevendust was a headlining act at a New Hampshire music festival happening in Laconia. Well, such as Fyre Festival, that was a bootchfest with bands and vendors going unpaid, so many acts pulled out.  Total bummer right? Since then, I haven’t had the chance to catch…

REVIEW: Don’t Wake Up by Liz Lawler

Book Title: Don’t Wake Up Author: Liz Lawler Series: None Genres: Mystery, Thriller, Fiction Published: February 5th 2019 by Harper Paperbacks REVIEW: Dr. Alex Taylor opens her eyes to find herself immobile on an operating table within her own hospital. She quickly discovers the person who appears before her does not have her best interests in mind. While…

Music Monday! Lake Street Dive – I Can Change

At the closing of each year I always spend a lot of my time reflecting.  We all have parts of ourselves that we desire to change towards making ourselves whole. I hope this year I continue to grow and to let go of the things that I cannot change.  I am scared that I won’t get…

REVIEW: Operator Down (Pike Logan #12) by Brad Taylor

Book Title: Operator Down (Pike Logan #12) Author: Brad Taylor Series: Pike Logan Genres: Thriller, Fiction Published: January 9th 2018 by Dutton Book REVIEW: This was great, obviously I’m a fan of the whole series or I wouldn’t reach #12, but something about Operator Down stands above the majority. I love that Aaron and Shoshana have risen from…

REVIEW: Red War (Mitch Rapp #17) by Kyle Mills, Vince Flynn

Book Title: Red War (Mitch Rapp #17) Author: Kyle Mills, Vince Flynn Series: Mitch Rapp Genres: Thriller, Fiction Published: October 2nd 2018 by Atria/Emily Bestler Books REVIEW: Waiting for these books to come out has been the worst part! Rapp #17 arrived in my mailbox and, with my built up anticipation, I swear it was glowing! I…