Trick or Treat 2019 pt 1 – Mini Review: Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman

Happy October 31st, Readers! Whether to you that means Halloween, Reformation Day, or something else completely, I hope you have a fun day! The novel I'm reviewing today felt like a bit of a trick. Granted, I knew from the beginning that this genre is not one I typically read, but since the author came... Continue Reading →

Wrapping Up {September 2019}

August and September are like the Thursday of the year. The energy from beginning something new has worn off, we've passed the halfway point, and the weekend is just barely in sight, but not here yet! This month was busy for me, but not with anything really special. Everyday work filled my days, plus a... Continue Reading →

July Wrap Up

Hi there Readers! Summer Reading officially wrapped up at my library on July 31st, but I don't expect the craziness to slow down for a while still. It has been a blast seeing so many people be "Wild About Reading!" Even if some of them did only participate because of the fine waivers (lol). The... Continue Reading →

Monday Mini Mystery #5

It's Monday again, and that means it's time for another Monday Mini Mystery! I didn't use a single prompt as a jumping-off point for this story. Instead, it is inspired by: the prevalence of all things Anne of Green Gables, this list of mythological creatures, and a Spotify playlist titled "Chilled Classical" (this playlist really is... Continue Reading →

Book Review (with some rambling at the end): Shadows of Time by Ann Nolder Heinz

Synopsis: Madeline (Maddie) Blake is not like other PIs. She has a unique gift, the ability under certain circumstances to bridge time and relive events that have already happened. When a heartbroken mother calls from Seattle and begs for her help in locating her missing daughter, Maddie cannot refuse. Yet it soon becomes apparent that someone will go... Continue Reading →

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