As many of you know, I’m currently a full time college student. As I work on my second degree, I find myself taking a ton of classes I never saw myself sitting though. One of those classes this semester is called Leadership and Organization. It has been a pretty interesting …
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This week Bunny reviews the highly anticipated gothic horror tale Of Monsters and Madness by Jessica Verday
This week, Bunny reviews the award winning fiction novel, German thriller, The Murder Farm by Andrea Maria Schenkel.
You guys! I got invited to join the GRASSHOPPER JUNGLE BLOG TOUR! This is so exciting! They are even letting me hold a GIVEAWAY for a finished copy of the book, and a tshirt, so make sure you scroll DOWN and check out the entire post! YOU: “So what is …
Hey you guys! Just a quick little note. I know my posts are sporadic this week. I apologize for that. Getting everything set up for classes that start next week, and lots of not great things going down this week. SO… One of the main things I want to do …
Bunny Reviews: Young Adult Thriller – STAINED by Cheryl Rainfield. STAINED is an intensely powerful account of a teen, bullied for her port-wine stain, who must summon her personal strength to survive abduction and horrific abuse at the hands of a deranged killer.
Bunny Reviews: DR SLEEP by Stephen King. DR SLEEP by Stephen King is the long awaited sequel to THE SHINING by Stephen King. The book follows Danny (now, Dan) the kid who survived his experience at the Overlook Hotel (the setting of the first book). Now he is an adult, both haunted and saved by “his gift”. In this story, Dan is connected to a young girl by their gift and the two must join forces to battle a traveling band of paranormal baddies.
This week, my friend Alyssa from ACReads stopped by to do a guest review for BETWEEN THE DEVIL AND THE DEEP BLUE SEA.
This week our friend Summer stopped by to do a GUEST REVIEW of THE APPRENCTICES by Maile Meloy