ARC Review: Burning by Danielle Rollins

Burning

When a book’s tagline is “Orange is the New Black with a twist,” one cannot help but be drawn to the book. When the book also has a creepy cover and a REALLY cool premise, one feels the need to get one’s hands on it as soon as possible. One in this case is obviously […]

[Blog Tour]: Nightfall by Jake Halpern and Peter Kujawinksi

Nightfall-blogtour

The Social Potato welcomes you to the world of Nightfall, where dark things come crawling out once night falls… Today, the authors of this fantastically imagined book are here to talk about their biggest inspirations and how they contributed to the book. Peter Kujawinski My biggest inspiration as a writer is being a reader.  Growing up, […]

ARC Review: The Suffering by Rin Chupeco

The Suffering

Last year, I read and adored The Girl from the Well but for some reason, it completely slipped by me that The Suffering wasn’t a new standalone, but rather the sequel to The Girl From The Well. Given that it had been some time since I had read the book, it also took me some time […]

ARC Review: The Creeping by Alexandra Sirowy

The Creeping

The Creeping was a novel I was initially very excited about but when I dove in, I had a hard time really connecting to the characters. I LOVED the creepiness of it, and the dark atmosphere but when it came to the characters, there was only one I liked and he happened to be the […]

Review + Game: Harrison Squared by Darryl Gregory

Harrison Squared

Harrison Squared genuinely surprised me. It’s not that I expected to not enjoy it, but since I hadn’t read a single review for it or even heard much about it besides what I’d gathered from reading the blurb, I had no idea what to expect when I dived in (if you’ve read the book, that statement would […]