American contemporary, Ghost story, Mystery, YA

So Many Ways to be Haunted: Paper Valentine Review

I really must learn to not judge a book by its cover. I looked at this beautiful cover and thought, steampunk horror story, ala Masque of the Red Death. Paper Valentine is in fact an unusual blend of ghost story, murder mystery, issues novel and romance. Although I had some issues with the characters and… Continue reading So Many Ways to be Haunted: Paper Valentine Review

Canadian, Funny Books, Gothic, Historical Fiction, Speculative Fiction/Sci-Fi

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun: Friday Society Review

I was in desperate need for something fun and fresh, and this cheeky YA novel from Canadian Adrienne Kress fit the bill. You know I love a good girl power (ugh how I wish I could find a cooler term) novel. Case in point, my love of Kiki Strike, The Red Blazer Girls, and The… Continue reading Girls Just Wanna Have Fun: Friday Society Review