Razorblade Tears

Razorblade Tears is my second novel by S.A. Cosby. I loved his 2020 release Blacktop Wasteland, so I was very excited but also nervous to read his newest release. But ya’ll this book is just as good or even maybe better than Blacktop Wasteland. At it’s core, Razorblade Tears, is about two father-son relationships that…

A Distant Grave

Maggie D’arcy is back in the A Distant Grave. This is the sequel to the 2020 release The Mountains Wild, which you can see my review HERE. Detective mystery series are my bread and butter. When I’m stuck in a reading rut, they’re my go too, so I was very excited when my friends over…

The Final Girls Support Group

“One is none, and two is one” Grady Hendrix has a knack for writing really weird books. I mean did you read The Southern Book Club’s Guide to Vampire Slaying?? If you didn’t see my review HERE. If you did, than you know that while his books are classified as horror stories, they’re generally way…

Hana Khan Carries On

Hana Khan Carries On is Uzma Jalaluddin’s sophomore novel. Set in Toronto, this book is sweet, fun, and tackles the hard topic of racism. Jalaluddin also does a fabulous job of depicting the differences between many of the South Asian cultures. In this You’ve Got Mail modern retelling, Hana Khan is a 24 year old…

When the Stars Go Dark

It’s no secret that Paula McLain is a masterful author. Her books always seem to completely captive me and her newest release When the Stars Go Dark is no exception. Just like one of my recent reads What Comes After, at the heart of this story it is a mystery. There is a detective and…