Book Review: Modified: Volume 1 (Modified #1) by Kat Stiles

Rating: * * * * Book Review: This was actually not what I was expecting to read but, it was perfect! I was hooked from the very first page. It might be short, but nothing lagged, the story made sense and it didn’t end rushed. It left me wanting to know more and I can’t wait to dive into the other volumes. Continue reading Book Review: Modified: Volume 1 (Modified #1) by Kat Stiles

Book Review: Pasta, Pinot & Murder (Willa Friday Food & Wine Mystery #1) by Jamie Lee Scott

Rating: * * * * Book Review: It is an amateur sleuth mystery and rather enjoyable! Not too sure about the protagonist still living with her ex-husband, even if the divorce was amicable, but it doesn’t take away from the overall story. There are a few grammatical errors but nothing that takes away from what you’re reading. Overall, despite minor technical observations it is still worth the read! Continue reading Book Review: Pasta, Pinot & Murder (Willa Friday Food & Wine Mystery #1) by Jamie Lee Scott

Book Review: Twisted Grin (Stories) by Evan Starkman

Rating: * * * * Book Review: I’m sure glad I won this e-book. Each story is better than the last and there’s no one story that’s the same. From beginning to end, I thoroughly enjoyed this collection. Worth the read 100%! If you like crazy, weird, effed up scenarios then this well written concoction is for you. Just make sure you have an open mind and a love for the outrageously wicked. Continue reading Book Review: Twisted Grin (Stories) by Evan Starkman

Book Review: The Eagle and The Salmon Shark by Arthur Trope

Rating: * * * * Book Review: Not what I expected, but surprisingly good. I had seen a different ending in my head over the one in this book. Though it tells of two different animals different in species, but similar in journey, it had sadness undertones. Learning of how these two species view their lives proved to be entertaining and frustrating. Frustrating from the eagle’s perspective and entertaining from the salmon shark’s perspective. Overall, it’s a quick read but worth it! Continue reading Book Review: The Eagle and The Salmon Shark by Arthur Trope