An Interview with Eliza Green

After falling in love with Eliza Green’s Feeder I was absolutely burning with questions! Thankfully, Eliza agreed to answer a few of them for me.   You’ve tried a lot of different jobs. Why did you become a writer? I was looking for something creative to do, so that’s where the massage course came about. The ghost hunting … Read more…

Feeder by Eliza Green

Seventeen-year-old Anya has been orphaned by rebel forces who killed her parents during a home invasion. When her older brother leaves to get help, Anya is saved by the government – or so she thinks. Taken to Arcis for a young adult training program, she is put to work in the main government building. There … Read more…

Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake

Once each generation, a set of triplets is born to the sitting queen of Fennbirn.  Once the triplets turn sixteen, they have to fight each other to the death until only one rightful queen remains. Fennbirn is a hidden magical island off the coast of somewhere.  That part doesn’t really matter.  The three triplet girls … Read more…

A Twist on Dystopia – Inked by Eric Smith

In this world, tattoos are not a choice—they are a destiny. What is inked beneath your skin becomes your life’s work. And Caenum can’t wait to run from it all. This book had been on my TBR for a while, and then the coolest thing happened – the author took to his blog asking for … Read more…

Mind Fuck (The Administration #1) by Manna Francis

mind fuck the administration series manna francis

It’s a political time of year, so I present to you a political book: Mind Fuck (The Administration #1) by Manna Francis. Set in dystopian New London, Mind Fuck’s Europe is controlled by the mirror-mirror European Union. The Administration is a giant bureaucracy with legal torture used to subdue the masses. Furthermore, private sector isn’t … Read more…

Glass Sword: Holy Crap…it’s a Cliffhanger

Glass Sword ends on a cliffhanger

Oh Glass Sword…I have this love-hate relationship with your cliffhanger. I hate waiting for the next book. But, cliffhangers stick with me. I think about them, obsess a bit, google spoilers, pre-order the next book and want to find someone immediately who I can talk to about that book. Book one, Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard, … Read more…