Dear Ravenous Readers, We want to thank you for being a part of our community. Without you, we would be little more than a ship lost at sea, a stream of words shouting into the void of the internet. So, thank you ♥ In six days, 2018 will arrive and with it, boundless opportunities to feed our love of literature. As the New Year arrives, the urge to shed old skin takes shape, and rather than fight it, we’re going with it. Ravenous For Reads is getting a facelift!! Right now, we’re speaking with a friend of mine who designs themes […]
A Ravenous review of Good Me Bad Me by Ali Land – a thrilling tale of the tragic nature of nurture gone wrong and the girl at the heart of it.
About the book: You don’t need to be a physics major or interested in science at all to appreciate Kelsey Oseid’s What We See In The Stars: An Illustrated Tour of the Night SkyAs an illustrated guide to the sky, Oseid’s book aims to connect our human pasts with the great beyond – and the result is STUNNING.
Happy Sunday, Ravenous Readers! This week I was nominated by Dee Jackson of MyDeeDeesDiary for the 2017 Blogger Recognition Award. Thank you for this amazing opportunity, Dee. It made my day!
This year, my excitement is through the roof because I’m not just celebrating the season. Autumn is not just about tree leaves or hot cocoa. It’s about experience and I’ve packed October with all the bookish moments I’ve been craving to share with you.
On that note, let’s ‘fall’ into it, shall we?
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Title: Final Girls Author: Riley Sager Publisher: Dutton Books Genre: Thriller/Suspense Length: 342 pages Release date: July 11, 2017 My Rating: ♣♣♣♣♣
Dear Lovely Readers, This month has been madness. Not necessarily madness in a purely negative way. There’s been a load of good, too. Finally, my husband and I are 100% settled into our new apartment. I took some photos with my new camera, the Cannon T6i, and I’m loving this space. Well, as much as one can love an adorned shoe box looking out to Puget Sound. I’m still sending out queries for my book, PCSR. This is completely expected. It can take months to years before anyone turns a curious head, so I’m alright with this. As a friend […]