Thursday, April 27, 2017
The new book of the month selection for April is a dark thriller from best-selling author Jeff Menapace. In Bad Games, the first installment in the Bad Games trilogy, the horror centers around a family on vacation...attempting to enjoy a bit of quality family time. Their peace is interrupted by the disturbing arrival of vicious "visitors" that were not invited.
This twisted well crafted tale plunges into the nightmare that unleashes the will to fight back...by a family that refuses to go down without a fight.
Friday, March 31, 2017
Book of the Month: [March 2017] - ILLUMINAE (Illuminae Files Book One) By Amie Kaufman / Jay Kristoff
The book of the month pick for March is a doozy. This month's selection is Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff.
Illuminae is book one in the thrilling Illuminae Files Trilogy. I am exited and intrigued about the possibilities of what will be unearthed within the pages of this much talked about series.
Based on the synopsis and buzz around the series, the authors have crafted a very unique storytelling style...immersing the reader into a riveting dystopian sci-fi adventure.
As always...happy reading!
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
The book of the month selection for February was a must read thriller titled The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware. You will not be able to put this suspense thriller down. Delve into a story that encompasses the nuances of what a perfect conundrum of a story should be.
The Woman in Cabin 10 propels the reader deep into a mystery of what one woman says she witnessed...but when no tends to believe her, a riveting page turning thriller unfolds.
As always, happy reading!
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
The January 2017 book of the month selection is The Couple Next Door by Shari Lapena. This riveting thriller is a page turner with shocking twists that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
Sometimes all is not what it seems.
Grab a copy of this month's selection and prepare for a startling read. As always...happy reading!
Thursday, December 29, 2016
The book of the month selection for December is titled Stalking Jack the Ripper by Kerri Maniscalco. I was instantly interested in choosing this novel as my next read simply by the title as well as the lure of the infamous murderer Jack the Ripper. It doesn't hurt that the book is presented by James Patterson who happens to be one of my favorite authors. I was also intrigued to pick up a debut novel. Debut reads are important to the writers as well. It is always interesting to see what is put forth in a writer's first effort.
This month's book pick, Stalking Jack the Ripper, sounds like one hell of a read. The story centers around a young woman who's interested in murders that are happening quite frequently. She begins to investigate and pours over the forensic evidence. Jeopardizing her safety and her life, she becomes involved in trying to solve the murders being committed by a serial killer. But will she get too close to the truth?
Wednesday, November 30, 2016
I have been crazy busy, but I wouldn't want it any other way. I usually strive to post my book of the month selections during the first week of each month. But recently this has not been the case due to time restraints. Anywho...
Regardless of a hectic schedule, I make sure to find the time to relax with a good book. I've also had the pleasure of reading a couple of fab reads in the last month or two but haven't found the time to post about them. However I will do so at some point.
The book pick for the month of November is a suspense thriller that I have been dying to read.
Thursday, November 10, 2016
*This BOTM post was originally posted on my main blog on 10.15.16. I have been crazy busy and literally forgot to post the entry on the book blog.
Fall is here and I have to say I'm very giddy about that. This is my favorite time of the year. It is the beginning of the build up to the holiday season. The fact that Halloween is almost here is a thrill as well. I associate Halloween with all things scary. So this gives me yet another reason to watch horror movies, which leads to Halloween night...a tradition of watching iconic horror movies. But of course...I simply cannot forget to mention the joy of curling up with a good book or a kindle, grabbing a comfy throw and a huge mug of hot chocolate with extra marshmallows during the Fall/Winter seasons.
The October book selection is a book that captures a reader's interest with just the intricate plot dynamic. A young girl sets out to get revenge on the person she feels is responsible for her friend's death and the deaths of others. But is all what it seems? I cannot wait to find out.