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Indulgence Insider #10: Movie Week

Indulgence Insider #10: Movie Week

Indulgence Insider is our version of Stacking the Shelves and the Sunday Post, bringing you this week’s haul, bookish news and discussion posts from around the blogosphere! An interesting week for me, if you guys have read my announcement that I’m back to blogging solo. It’s also a big movie week, saw Gone Girl which was amazing, disturbing, […]

Giveaway & Review: Brew by David Estes – Post-apocalyptic Witches

Giveaway & Review: Brew by David Estes – Post-apocalyptic Witches

You know how Angelfall broke the barrier for every angel book ever, bringing the post-apocalyptic genre into the mix with the overused angel genre? Brew does exactly the same for witches, and turns them from warty frog turning hags into scary, spell wielding, terrifying creatures who are wiping out the world from their war – Salem’s Revenge. Brew fulfils my thirst […]

Dystopian YA Reviews #1 – Afterworlds by Scott Westerfield & The Jewel by Amy Ewing

Dystopian YA Reviews #1 – Afterworlds by Scott Westerfield & The Jewel by Amy Ewing

Michelle’s Thoughts SCOTT WESTERFIELD IS GENIUS—if you didn’t know that already. Afterworlds was fantastic. Scott Westerfield truly captured the image of two point of views; what it’s like to be a writer and what it’s like to be written about. What YA book can you think of that brings you through a young author’s experience of writing a […]

Six Feet Over It by Jennifer Longo Review: Unoriginal, Believable, and Lacking

Six Feet Over It by Jennifer Longo Review: Unoriginal, Believable, and Lacking

Michelle’s Thoughts Review copy provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review. Thank you so much! “Please don’t go.” “I’ll be back.” “You won’t.” “I will.” His shoulders, his arms again and again holding the weight of my aching head, my sadness, my selfish, lonely heart. Two days later he is gone.” Six Feet […]

September 23, 2014 | 22 Comments
The Maze Runner by James Dashner Review: Mystery of the Maze

The Maze Runner by James Dashner Review: Mystery of the Maze

Jeann’s Thoughts Being trapped in a maze with no escape and no memories of who you are is really terrifying, and The Maze Runner captured this sense of constant danger and foreboding. The start of The Maze Runner presented a steep learning curve, with new slang to get used to. Thomas wakes up in a strange new place where people […]

September 19, 2014 | 35 Comments
Double Review: The Secret Diamond Sisters & Diamonds in the Rough by Michelle Madow

Double Review: The Secret Diamond Sisters & Diamonds in the Rough by Michelle Madow

Michelle’s Thoughts  For the longest time, I’ve had my eyes on this beautiful chick-lit series taken in one of the most wildest cities in the world—Vegas. Three secret heiress sisters arriving in the city for the first time? That’s a world that’s definite clung to partying and wild romance. Now that I’ve finally gotten a […]

September 15, 2014 | 25 Comments
Blog Tour: Giveaway, Review & Interview for Spark by Rachael Craw

Blog Tour: Giveaway, Review & Interview for Spark by Rachael Craw

My review – Genetically modified super humans Spark features an interesting concept about genetic mutations in a select number of humans, that determine their role to play people based on their DNA – the Shield (protector), the Spark (igniter) and the Stray (the aggressor). Evie is the Shield who has just been sparked by her best friend Kitty, and […]

Side Effects May Vary by Julie Murphy: Cancer patient takes revenge

Side Effects May Vary by Julie Murphy: Cancer patient takes revenge

Side Effects May Vary is about a twisted, mean character who gets diagnosed with leukemia, but instead of living the remainder of her life fruitfully, she decides to take revenge on everyone she ever felt scorned by. Only there’s a problem – Alice survives the cancer and goes into remission, and she must deal with the […]

April 20, 2014 | 51 Comments