Audiobook Review: The Grave Digger

Hello, fellow readers! Wishing you the happiest of Tuesdays! Today I’m bringing you a middle grade ARC review of Rebecca Bischoff’s The Grave Digger. Let’s dig in! Title: The Grave Digger ISBN: 1948705524 Publisher: OrangeSky Audio Publication Date: April 25, 2021 Narrator: Mark Sanderlin Genre: Children’s Fiction Rebecca Bischoff spins a tale of family andContinue reading “Audiobook Review: The Grave Digger”

Audiobook Review: Dead End Drive

Hello, fellow readers! Today I’m bringing you a new audiobook review! If you like your horror with a bit of humor, Dead End Drive may be for you! TW: Death, Body Horror, Graphic Description of Murder, Homophobia, Mild Sexual Content Dead End Drive begins with the death of Agatha Benedict, Lady of the Benedict EstateContinue reading “Audiobook Review: Dead End Drive”

ARC Review: Lifetime Passes

TW: Death, Serious Injury I love a unique graphic novel concept, and that’s exactly what Terry Blas and Claudia Aguirre have created. Lifetime Passes is about a group of friends who spend their summers at a local amusement park. But Jackie, a DACA kid being raised by her aunt, is devastated to learn that herContinue reading “ARC Review: Lifetime Passes”

Book Review: A Talent to Deceive

TW: kidnapping, death of child I vaguely recalled the details of the Lindbergh baby kidnapping before reading A Talent to Deceive, but there’s so much more to the case than I realized. A Talent to Deceive is a good piece of investigative journalism. William Norris does a great job of telling the story of theContinue reading “Book Review: A Talent to Deceive”

Non-Fiction ARC Review: Queer Icons and their Cats

Photography books have never really been my thing. I think photography is a beautiful art form, but owning books of it never appealed to me. But when I saw Queer Icons and their Cats, I had to check it out! This collection of photographs is very cool. I loved seeing photos of these queer iconsContinue reading “Non-Fiction ARC Review: Queer Icons and their Cats”

ARC Review: Pantomime

A graphic novel with disability and LGBTQA+ representation? Yes please!! In Pantomime, Max and Haley are all each other has after the death of their mother. They are sent off to Wayfair Academy, a school for children with special needs. Haley is deaf and Max is mute. They find their own little family at theContinue reading “ARC Review: Pantomime”

ARC Review: Vulnerability is My Superpower

I don’t know about you, but this last year has been super hard on my mental health. I’ve dealt with stress and anxiety longer than I’ve been willing to admit, I’m insecure about so many things, and life in general can be taxing. It’s always nice to find something that shows me I’m not aloneContinue reading “ARC Review: Vulnerability is My Superpower”