What I Read this Week | Jan 17th

Hi everyone, I had a bit of a weird reading week this week. I haven't actually managed to finish anything. I started 3 books and felt a bit meh about them. I've almost finished the next book in the Arcana Chronicles but that's a reread so I knew going in that I'd love it. https://youtu.be/sRY6eYKD-SEContinue reading What I Read this Week | Jan 17th

Supernatural Creatures for Occult Day

Occult Day is when we day dwellers can dance in the shadows with the creatures of night. Usually when I think of the occult I think of witches and demons but it includes all manner of supernatural beings. Celebrate Occult Day this November 18th with these paranormal books. First Drop of Crimson by Jeaniene Frost … Continue reading Supernatural Creatures for Occult Day

The Taken by Vicki Pettersson Review

Title: The Taken Series: Celestial Blues Author: Vicki Pettersson Genre: Urban Fantasy Synopsis:  Vicki Pettersson, author of the New York Times bestselling Signs of the Zodiac urban fantasy novels, breaks out with The Taken. The first book in her sexy, supernatural noir mystery series, Celestial Blues, The Taken features a former p.i.-turned-fallen angel and a beautiful, tough Las Vegas reporter—the … Continue reading The Taken by Vicki Pettersson Review

Witches | Halloween Spooktacular

Hi everyone, for my first Halloween Spooktacular video, I decided to do witches. Witches and magic users are some of the best characters in paranormal and fantasy novels. They combine elements of the supernatural with elements of being human more so than vampires or shifter characters. In honor of these wonderful creatures I picked some … Continue reading Witches | Halloween Spooktacular

Fate’s Edge by Ilona Andrews Review

Title: Fate's Edge Series: The Edge #3 Author: Ilona Andrews Genre: Urban Fantasy Synopsis: Audrey Callahan left behind her life in the Edge, and she's determined to stay on the straight and narrow. But when her brother gets into hot water, the former thief takes on one last heist and finds herself matching wits with … Continue reading Fate’s Edge by Ilona Andrews Review