Don’t Write It Down, by C.E. Wilson

I have not hidden my admiration for indie author C.E. Wilson. She’s creative and prolific, and I’ve read almost everything she’s written and published in the past two or so years. And if I’ve missed something, it’s because she’s had an impressive output in that time span. One of the advantages of self-publishing is that […]

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, by Ransom Riggs

Though I had seen the cover image for this book around the web the past couple of years, I don’t think I really had it on my radar (or on my to-read list) until I caught wind that it was being adapted into a movie to be directed by Tim Burton. The words peculiar children […]

The Body Swap (Werewolf High Book Three), by Anita Oh

I’ve already read the first two books in this fun little series, and the second book ended in an intriguing cliffhanger, so I couldn’t resist picking up the third. With a title like The Body Swap, you kinda have some idea what to expect going in. After all, there have been countless body swap stories […]

Water So Deep, by Nichole Giles

Certain aspects of the book description totally screamed the kind of story that I’d enjoy—or even wished I had written! A teenage girl keeping it a secret from her family and friends that she’s slowly becoming a mermaid?! Sign me up now! As soon as I found this book, I couldn’t wait to dive right […]