New Year, New Goals

Hey all you blog readers!

I realize that it has been almost a year since my last post, and I want to apologize for that! D:

That is why this year I’m going to try to be more regular on posts and staying only. ūüėČ

With that said… It’s late here on the east coast.

Until next time,

Kat ‚̧

Blog Tours, Reviews

Dearest Blog Tour Review

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Hey everyone!! ¬†Sorry that I’ve been MIA for a while I had to write a research paper for school, and I promise, NO ONE wants to read reviews about those books.

Anyway I thought everyone would want to hear about a book I have finally found time to read that is really cool. ¬†I found it through Prism Book Tours. ¬†They have some really cool reviews on books there. ¬†So let’s start talking about this book now. Continue reading “Dearest Blog Tour Review”

Blog Tours, Reviews

The One Thing Blog Tour

Hey everyone!

So I have another exciting review and chance to get an ARC for a blog tour.  This tour is for The One Thing by Briana Gaitan.  I got to read her first book The Last Thing and loved it!!  I was so excited to hear about this book coming out.

Anyway, let’s get started…

As always….  the book cover!!!



When everything falls apart, he’s the one thing that holds me together.

Ginger Teague may seem like your typical Hollywood actress with the famous boyfriend, designer clothes, money, and hit TV show, but constantly being in the public eye has its downside.
People seem more interested in her chaotic relationship with her on again/ off again boyfriend than her acting career,and Ginger isn’t dealing with her new found fame in a way she always envisioned. She masks her unhappiness with too many parties and an unhealthy habit of binge drinking. As much as she wants love, men find her as a pretty amusement, not the type of girl you take home to mom and dad.

When she meets Caspian Norwood, they quickly begin a regimen of flirty emails.
He’s a struggling musician that doesn’t quite fit her idea of the perfect boyfriend.
He’s older, mysterious, cultured, knows exactly what to say and do in all the right situations, and Ginger can’t help falling for him. But the world is against them, pushing them apart, and it’s beginning to feel as if they are only meant to be friends.




¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†I don’t even know where to start with this book. ¬†It was absolutely amazing! ¬†I mean of course it is king to have romance. ¬†It’s a love story. ¬†I found it so interesting how Briana thought that the characters should have to figure who they really are, not who they want to be, before they could be truly happy with each other. ¬†I have a read a lot of books, ¬†but none of them have considered taking the plot in that angle. ¬†It made¬†The One Thing more interesting.

      While looking for themselves, Ginger and Caspian had to use their own strength to pull them out of the hard problems.  It just helped that they knew if one of them needed help, the other was there to give a little extra push.

¬† ¬† ¬† It also made me super happy that I got to see what was going on in Quinn and Chase’s lives also. ¬†It just makes me smile to think about them having a forever relationship!

Hopefully I will be a presence in the world another time this week.


Blog Tours, Reviews

Parched Blog Tour

Hey everyone! ¬†How have y’all been? ¬†Hope each of you had a great New Years.

Thanks to this wonderful website known as Prism Book Tours, I was offered the chance to join the Parched by Georgia Clark blog tour.  Now I can tell you a really good book to read!!



¬† ¬† ¬† In sixteen-year-old Tessendra Rockwood’s world, natural resources are at an all-time low. Most of the remaining supplies are funneled into Eden, known as the “powerful city of shining abundance,” while citizens of the Badlands eat gelatinous gray porridge and drink reddish iron water. Tess was born an Edenite, but after the death of her scientist mother she decides to combat this inequality by joining a rebel group called Kudzu. Together they uncover a shocking government plot to carry out genocide in the Badlands using artifical intelligence. Unofrtunately, Tess has some complicated ties to the project that test her loyalty. Robots, renewable resources, and romance get tangled together as Tess risks her life to bring justice to Eden.

My Rating:


The Review:

       Parched was a very interesting read at first.  It took me a while to wrap m mind around the way that Georgia had imagined this dystopian place.  After I reached about the third or fourth chapter, it was easier.  As far as the characters go, I thought that the main characters were growing, changing, and learning through the extent of the novel.  Tess was probably my favorite though, (As cheesy as it sounds to have the main character be your favorite…)  I loved how while reading the book I kept seeing her try to have this tough exterior and act like nothing could hurt, while her human emotions continued to show through this wall.

      The plot was good too.  Upon starting to read it, I found that I just kept wanting to read and read and read.  Nothing could distract me from wanting to find out what was going to happen to Tess next.

About the Author:

Georgia Clark is a young adult author currently living in New York City. Her second novel, Parched, is out now through Holiday House.

Georgia was born in Sydney, Australia. Her BA in Communications (Media Arts & Production) saw her becoming active in the student movement and blow way too much money on making short films and music videos.

After graduating she became a professional hipster for a while as Editor of The Brag, an excellent weekly music street press magazine. This also involved being in a band, the seminal electropop trio, Dead Dead Girls. She went on to become an Online Producer for a soapie called Home & Away, and Online Writer for Fremantle Media Australia.

In 2008 her first novel, She’s With The Band was published by Australia’s largest independent publisher, Allen & Unwin. She’s With The Band was released in the U.S. and the U.K. in 2011. It attracted five-star reviews.

Georgia has worked as a freelance journalist and copywriter for ten years. She is published in Cosmo, CLEO, Daily Life, Sunday Life, Girlfriend and more. She has attended writers’ residencies in Martha’s Vineyard and Portugal, and has also received grants for her work.

Georgia moved to from Sydney to New York in 2009 just for fun. Here, she performs improv, creates the award-winning SHO Sync app for Showtime and enjoys meeting new and interesting cheese platters. She writes from the New York Writers Room, which involves macaroons and many, many cups of tea.

Despite the fact Georgia writes and loves thinking about artificial intelligence, science and the future, she doesn’t own a smart phone and never learnt to drive. She lives in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.

Follow her on Goodreads, Facebook or Twitter.

Hope you enjoyed this review!

Until next time,


Prism Book Tours


From the Author Notes to the Review

So I ended up not coming home yesterday, so here are the reviews from then. ¬†I know it is a day late, and I’m sorry about that! Continue reading “From the Author Notes to the Review”

Guest Posts

A Little Note

Hey guys!

So it looks like today is another double post day!!

This is a note from Katarina West, author of¬†Witchcraft Coulture. ¬† Continue reading “A Little Note”


Syd Blue Guest Post

Well here is a special treat for everyone!  I was able to get Syd Blue to do a guest post.  I hope you enjoy reading what she has to say.  Syd is one really cool girl!

Continue reading “Syd Blue Guest Post”