Nov 27
And Now Cat Thanksgiving GIFs

And Now Cat Thanksgiving GIFs

And now we interrupt our usual broadcast for Thanksgiving themed cat GIFs from Pusheen.tumbler.com.  Please enjoy and have a Happy Thanksgiving from Bibliolatry Me! I apologize if these were not available for reposting. I could not find a place that said if they were able to be shared. I take no credit for making these gifs. If this is an issue, please contact me, and I will take them down immediately. Like this:Like Loading…

Nov 26
Review – Jane Austen’s First Love by Syrie James

Review – Jane Austen’s First Love by Syrie James

*I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review and this in no way influenced my opinion of the book.   I love anything and everything Jane Austen. She is overall one of my favorite authors ever and Pride and Prejudice is one of my all time favorite books. I have most of her books, I have books about her and I try to read as many books that are about her or set to the tone of her books as I can. So when my sweet coblogger sent this my way for review, I said… Read more »

Nov 24
Letting Go by @MollySMcAdams

Letting Go by @MollySMcAdams

Let me start off by saying I have been in a reading slump for weeks. WEEKS! No book was interesting to me for more than about ten pages. I tried them all: paranormal, romance, suspense, horror, but nada. That was until I started LETTING GO by Molly McAdams… This book absolutely blew me away. Gray is struggling from the loss of her fiancee, and the only one who can help her do it is her best friend Jagger. Jagger has loved Gray since he was nine, but he couldn’t go after his best friend’s girl. Now that Ben is gone,… Read more »

Nov 19
Review – The Hot Rebel by Lynn Rae Harris

Review – The Hot Rebel by Lynn Rae Harris

What I Thought I have only recently gotten back into reading the romance genre. It used to be all that I read, but I guess I burned out on it because I took a break from it for a while. But I’m baaacccckkk! Books like The Hot Rebel help me remember why I used to read romance in the first place. I especially like romances that have action and maybe a little suspense. The Hot Rebel has all of that plus it’s a military romance. Yeah I’m a sucker for those–love me a man in uniform!!! Nick and Victoria trained… Read more »

Nov 14
Review – Court by Cat Patrick

Review – Court by Cat Patrick

Title: Court Author: Cat Patrick Date of Publication: October 23rd 2014   About Court: For more than 300 years, a secret monarchy has survived and thrived within the borders of the US, hiding in plain sight as the state known as Wyoming. But when the king is shot and his seventeen-year-old son, Haakon McHale, is told he will take the throne, becoming the eleventh ruler of the Kingdom of Eurus, the community that’s survived for centuries is pushed to the limit. Told through four perspectives, Court transplants us to a world that looks like ours, but isn’t. Gwendolyn Rose, daughter… Read more »

Nov 12

Insurgent Teaser Trailer

Okay first I’m going to just drop this right here…….   Sooooo. I was really really excited about this teaser trailer. REALLY. I loved Divergent, both the book and the movie.  I haven’t read Insurgent, but I can guarantee you that I will before the March release of the movie. With all that said, this trailer was a little…..well, disappointing. I don’t know, I expected more action, more excitement, more THEO JAMES. And it’s obvious to anyone that has read or seen Divergent that this is some sort of simulation or dream sequence. However, it did satisfy me a LITTLE… Read more »

Nov 11
Court – by Cat Patrick

Court – by Cat Patrick

Title: Court Author: Cat Patrick Date of Publication: October 23rd 2014  Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23377533-court   About Court:   For more than 300 years, a secret monarchy has survived and thrived within the borders of the US, hiding in plain sight as the state known as Wyoming. But when the king is shot and his seventeen-year-old son, Haakon McHale, is told he will take the throne, becoming the eleventh ruler of the Kingdom of Eurus, the community that’s survived for centuries is pushed to the limit. Told through four perspectives, Court transplants us to a world that looks like ours, but isn’t…. Read more »

Nov 10
Life Craziness

Life Craziness

Hi everyone! As most of you know I am an upperclassman in college. Fun right? Yeah, no. This week seems to be cram in everything, leave nothing behind, oh no! week. I have a ton of major assignments due so unfortunately, I will have to be absent from here for a little bit. Until then, Kristen will still be posting so be sure to stop by and give her some love! I’ll just leave this here for you guys to adore while I’m gone… Like this:Like Loading…

Nov 06
The Girl in 6E by A.R. Torre

The Girl in 6E by A.R. Torre

I love Torre’s other works and have been on a thriller kick lately, so when I saw this book I had to have it. THE GIRL IN 6E is unique, fast-paced, and constantly kept me on my toes wanting to know what would happen next. The story is pieced together from many different points of view. Some are identified, like Jessica’s and Annie’s, others are left to you to discover who it is. This created a very different take on the typical psychological thriller. However, some of the times the point of view would change without warning. This took me… Read more »