I haven't done one of these in awhile, mainly because I'm now an "official" reviewer for Fresh Fiction (bomb diggity!). What that means for you is you'll have to go there for my more timely reviews. I'll see if I can keep this up (I'm working two and a half jobs, so cut me a… Continue reading Book Breakdown: Daughter of Smoke and Bone
Do you ever feel like someone is watching you? I’m talking about something more frightening than lolcats (not that lolcats aren’t terrifying)… Anyway, thanks to Cory Doctorow, I’ve spent the last two days in a state of look-over-the-shoulder paranoia. In the best possible way. Time for a Book Breakdown (like they’re watching you. [Right now.])… Continue reading Book Breakdown: Little Brother
Aight, peeps, here’s the lowdown, the skinny, the 411, the…you know, whatever. All of a sudden, I have insomnia all the freakin’ time. I wake up the same time every morning (9am), but it seems like I can’t get to sleep any time before 3am. What do I do with all this time? Besides obsessively… Continue reading Books, GoodReads, and Why I’m Still Awake
Libraries. You can’t live without them. No, seriously. The success of cultures and societies can be directly linked to the flow of information. What made Rome so awesome? Roads. You know, and maybe some other stuff, but it was mostly the roads. I’ve been hunting the shelves for the past couple months. I’m actually very… Continue reading Book Breakdown: Mistwood
I’m not afraid to admit it. I’m a sucker for vampires (haha, bad pun), but seriously… You really, really, really, really have to screw with the vampire myth to make me stop reading. Your vampires go out in sunlight? I’m cool with that. Your vampires are fat? I’m cool with that. Your vampires actually suck… Continue reading Book Breakdown: Throat
In preparation for Memorial Day Weekend, I went to that wondrous place where dreams come true. The library. (We kindly request that the audience hold all nerd jokes until the conclusion of the performance) I sort of got carried away. Twelve books later, I decided that maybe, perhaps, I could get rid of two. So, one down,… Continue reading Book Breakdown: Oh. My. Gods.