Timy reviews The Wise Men of Gotham, the second book in Craig Schaefer’s Urban Fantasy trilogy, The Midnight Scoop. It’s also part of the Sisterhood of New Amsterdam universe.
My Challenge Check-In for March 2023 in which I talk about how I did with my reading challenges this month, and offer you 5-5 recs for 2 The Sound of Madness Reading Challenge prompts. Which are Everywhere is Good and Demons in March.
My Challenge Check-In for February 2023 in which I talk about how I did with my reading challenges this month, and offer you 5-5 recs for 2 The Sound of Madness Reading Challenge prompts. Which are Bulletproof Skin and I’m Still Here in February.
My Challenge Check-In for January 2023 in which I talk about how I did with my reading challenges this month, and offer you 5-5 recs for 2 The Sound of Madness Reading Challenge prompts. Which are Are You Gonna Be My Girl and Justice in January.
In the name of being organized, I have a couple of reading goals in 2023. Buckle up peeps, because this is going to be one long-ass post with a lot of books mentioned.
Keeping with traditions, we will post our separate top 10 reads of 2022 lists throughout January. Well, it might be top 5 in some cases, but all 4 of us had books we’d like to shout about and that’s what’s important. First up is Timy’s favorite reads of 2022!
I came across the My Life in Books 2022 Book Tag on Liz’s blog, Cover to Cover and Liz made me do it! And I’m sticking to my story.
Timy reviews The Castle Doctrine, the 6th book in Craig Schaefer’s Urban Fantasy series, Daniel Faust. Reviews of previous books: The Living End (book 3), A Plain-Dealing Villain (book 4), The Killing Floor Blues (book 5). This being a review for a 6th book in a series, mild spoilers for previous books might appear. Series: Daniel Faust #6 Genre: Urban Fantasy Date of Publishing: 2016 September 26th Trigger Warnings: Death, violence, torture, blood Page count: 312 Publisher: Demimonde Books Out of prison and back on the streets, Daniel Faust returns home to a city on fire. The Chicago mob is making their play…
Timy reviews The Hungry Dreaming, Craig Schaefer’s stand-alone Urban Fantasy novel, being set in the same Universe as his Ghosts of Gotham Saga series.
Wyrd and Wonder is a month-long celebration of all things Fantasy, organized by a couple of amazing ladies. It’s their fifth year and they have big plans. For the third year, Queen’s Book Asylum also attempts to take part – I mostly failed miserably in the past couple of years, so let’s hope I’ll do better in 2022.