Short Story Review: Wolf Hall by Harper Fox [Audiobook]

Short Story Review: Wolf Hall by Harper Fox [Audiobook]

🌟One of my faves!🌟 Blackmailed and attacked by his ex who wants his help robbing a store, David flees into the woods where he runs into a strange but beautiful and kind young man who takes him to his home. But the man thinks himself to be a werewolf, and David is intent on staying the night, whether to prove him wrong or to find out the...
 
Book Review: Fated (Baal’s Heart Book 3) by Bey Deckard [Audiobook]

Book Review: Fated (Baal’s Heart Book 3) by Bey Deckard [Audiobook]

🌟One of my faves!🌟 With Baltsaros's mental state still unwell, the three men and their pirate crew head back to Madierus hoping Abetha will be able to help. Their relationship is yet again tested, Baltsaros starts to remember terrible things from his past, and the men set off on one last quest to try and rid him of his gruesome obsession once and for...
 
Bookish Musings: How Much Do You “See” and “Hear” in Your Head While Reading?

Bookish Musings: How Much Do You “See” and “Hear” in Your Head While Reading?

If you've been on Twitter lately, you've probably seen some tweets going around about the different ways different people's brains work. Some people have a constant inner monologue, while others don't hear any words in their mind. Some people can visualize images vividly, some see nothing in their minds, and some see things in varying ways in-between the two extremes. As a reader, I can't help...
 
Bookish Musings: 5 Books I’m Looking Forward to in 2020

Bookish Musings: 5 Books I’m Looking Forward to in 2020

I had really wanted to do a post with 20 books I'm looking forward to in 2020 because, you know, all those 20s seemed fun. Unfortunately, my body couldn't quite handle all that as these types of posts are a lot of work, but I can at least talk about a few books! So I chose five books I'm excited for right now that are either standalones or the first book in a new series. Some of them may already...
 
Book Review: Tuning In by Richard Roberts [Audiobook]

Book Review: Tuning In by Richard Roberts [Audiobook]

Jon has always been an empath, but lately his powers have been growing, so he jumps at the chance to travel to Bhutan to help create a telepathy app, hoping he'll get the chance to talk to an old friend about his problem while he's there. Instead, Jon's abilities only grow more, and he starts having feelings for the scientist working with him as they create an app that was meant to be a scam but...
 
Update: Life and Books (Jan 2020) + Song & Game Recs!

Update: Life and Books (Jan 2020) + Song & Game Recs!

I don't feel like talking about my health problems and doctor appointments, so I guess I'll use this intro to talk about the things I've been listening to, since that's all I've been able to do lately. I've started two more nonfiction podcasts! One is Sex Stories, a podcast where a woman interviews different people on their experiences, thoughts, etc. about sex, and I'm finding it really...