Articles Posted in the " Books " Category

  • Geek Sweets by Jenny Burgesse Review – Get Your Geeky Bake On!

    Author Jenny Burgesse does an amazing job combining geekiness with baking in her book Geek Sweets: An Adventurer’s Guide to the World of Baking Wizardry. Even if you haven’t baked before, you’ll probably end up trying after going through this cookbook. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks […]



  • Beauty is Power in “The Belles”

    Beauty is in the blood… for a special few. These are the most revered citizens of Orléans, and every generation is called upon to use their magic for the good of the people. This is the world of the Belles, who are pressed into service at a young age. They set the standard for beauty, […]


  • DC Comics: My Girl Power Journal – Review

    The DC Comics: My Girl Power Journal by Sarah Parvis is the latest fun and empowering title from Downtown Bookworks. It is filled with enjoyable prompts that encourage little kids to express their creativity and emotions to find their inner strength. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other […]


  • Movie Quotes for All Occasions by James Scheibli – Book Review

    Movie Quotes for All Occasions – Unforgettable Lines for Life’s Biggest Moments by James Scheibli serves as your personal handbook filled with numerous quotes to (hopefully) impress your friends and family. Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content in whole to other websites. Linkbacks are encouraged.


  • Bonfire Is a Tired Trope That Nonetheless Entertains

    Krysten Ritter’s Bonfire is nothing we haven’t seen before. Small-town girl longs to escape, but eventually something draws her back, and she must face the demons of her past. In Abby Williams’ case, she’s an environmental lawyer who returns to investigate Optimal, the company that owns and employs most of her hometown of Barrens, Indiana. Despite […]


  • Black Star Renegades: All Style With Little Substance

    The galaxy is in chaos. Praxis is on the brink of complete control, and only the Paragon can save the day. The problem is, the Paragon is dead. Black Star Renegades is the story of Cade Sura, whose dead brother was the galaxy’s one hope. Armed with a weapon that only his brother can wield, […]


  • #BlackHogwarts Is Brilliant and I Want Someone To Make A Movie About It!

    If you’ve been on Twitter recently, you must have seen #BlackHogwarts trending yesterday. The trend’s filled with brilliant use of GIFs and jokes to give everyone an idea of how Hogwarts could’ve looked like with better black representation. I’m all for Black Hogwarts becoming a movie! Read our before commenting. Please do not copy our content […]


  • Interview with Author Danika Stone

    Internet Famous, by Danika Stone, goes into romance, yes, but also the dangers of having an online presence. I won’t give away too many details of the book, but I highly suggest a read. In addition — I must admit squeeing a bit, as the author mentions one of my favorite fandoms, Supernatural. I couldn’t […]


  • The Cruel Prince Review: Gritty Fantasy With A Kick

    The world of Faerie is not like our own. This is something that Jude, the main character in Holly Black’s new book, The Cruel Prince, learns at the tender age of seven. That’s when her mother’s first husband tracks down her family and kills her parents while Jude and her sisters watch. Read our before commenting. Please […]