Today Sophia Rose is back to share Suzy Spitfire and the Snake Eyes of Venus by Joe Canzano. Come check out this action-packed Sci-Fi adventure.
The Dresden Files are a favorite here at Caffeinated, and in the past two years I’ve devoured the audiobooks. Like most of his fandom, Peace Talks by Jim Butcher was one of my most anticipated releases for 2020. Butcher did not disappoint as he weaved his magic.
In Halfway There, by Eve Langlais, Naomi is starting over. Finding yourself is complicated when the entire town thinks your family set a powerful curse.
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Death & Honey by Kevin Hearne, Chuck Wendig, and Lila Bowen feature three stories involving “death & honey.” I bought this for Oberon’s Meaty Mystery and have enjoyed the other authors, but not the particular worlds these stories come from.
For me summertime screams psychological thrillers and mysteries. The Girl from Widow Hill by Megan Miranda was the perfect fix. Miranda delivered a suspense, twisted and clever-murder mystery.
t’s time once again for another edition of Nonna’s Corner where I share books I’ve read with my grandchildren affectionately referred to as the Royals. Today’s tale is a Carefree Ollie Book, Ollie’s Backpack by Riya Aarini.
The setting for The Lost and Found Bookshop by Susan Wiggs drew me in. A bookshop in a historical building set in San Francisco. How could I not? The Lost and Found Bookshop delivered romance, treasures, and an engaging tale about finding one’s self.