ARC Review: Mirage by Tracy Clark

My feelings about this book are complicated because while I thoroughly enjoyed it, Mirage walks a thin line between dealing with mental health and being a thriller and the two don’t overlap in a way which allows both things to be explored and established completely. What the book does do well is teenagers. Teens who […]

ARC Review: Burning by Danielle Rollins

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 […]

Review: The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly by Stephanie Oakes

I love books that are difficult to group into a genre, so it’s little wonder that I enjoyed The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly. In a publishing landscape filled with quirky teens, fantasy world or dystopic wasteland, this book stands apart in its unique setting and dark psychological streak. Forget about Snow White or Cinderella […]

ARC Review: Blue Voyage by Diana Renn

Immediate reaction after finishing book (Look at that beautiful smile though. #brb #dying) What I liked The mystery. I love me a good mystery and that is exactly what this book offers. It is brain candy, food for my soul and so so soothing. Sometimes, a girl just need to lay back with a good mystery […]

ARC Review: The Masked Truth by Kelley Armstrong

I am a major Kelley Armstrong fangirl so I knew I would love this book but I still ended up being surprised by it. The Masked Truth is so different from Kelley Armstrong’s YA novels in that it’s more mature and also happens to be a thriller (her YA books so far have been Urban Fantasy/Fantasy.) […]

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

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: Black Widow: Forever Red by Margaret Stohl

I actually didn’t start watching marvel movies until earlier this year. I know. I am a disgrace. I just didn’t know what I was missing out on, guys.  One thing I have always been aware of is that there is not nearly enough of Black Widow out there. She is an important character in the […]

ARC Mini Reviews: Tonight the Streets are Ours + Lock & Mori

Confession: I never read This Song Will Save Your Life, so I had no idea what to expect when I read this book. Let me tell you, the hype surrounded Leila Sales is not a lie. She is a fantastic writer and also a fantastic story teller. For starters, this book features a main character who […]

ARC Review: Every Word by Ellie Marney

I read and loved Every Breath last year and I was really looking forward to reading Every Word.  I am happy to report that this book was every bit as awesome as Every Breath if not more so and it reminds me why I love Aussie lit so much! Going into this book, I was a […]