Book Review: Unfolding by Jonathan Friesen

A girl brought to the city of Gullary by a storm is aptly named as Stormi. Unfolding is a Paranormal fiction book written by Jonathan Friesen that follows “unnatural” Stormi. Stormi gets visions that she can’t explain but the accuracy of these visions has scared everyone, except  Jonah Everett III. Jonah has been mesmerized by Stormi for as far back as he can remember. Although they have been friends since childhood, he can’t gather enough courage to confess his true feelings towards Stormi. One of the reasons for this secrecy is his lack of self-confidence and another one is his medical … Continue reading Book Review: Unfolding by Jonathan Friesen

Book Review: Salinor – The Beginnings by Samuel Alexander

Salinor – The Beginnings is a fantasy based fiction by Samuel Alexander. The book begins with a boy, named Atora, approaching the goddess Salinor to save his dying mother, Ronilas. In exchange for granting her life, Atora offers that he will ask his seamstress mother to make an extraordinary dress for the goddess. As part of the deal, on being saved, Atora’s mother makes a dress for Salinor that she is bewitched by the beauty of it. She blesses Ronilas and her children the power to resist magic. This was the time when there was a war going on between magicians and … Continue reading Book Review: Salinor – The Beginnings by Samuel Alexander

I Blabber! #FridayReflections

There are many thoughts that pop up in my head almost simultaneously. That’s the reason why I chose to write about free writing. As soon as the news of Donald Trump being the president of the US hit the media, I began contemplating what should I do to ensure that his decisions do not affect me. Why, you ask? Well, mainly because many people began talking how he might be able to stop outsourcing altogether. I am one of those people who does not like researching a lot. Therefore, I chose to believe them. What disappointed me the most is … Continue reading I Blabber! #FridayReflections

Book Review: Adventures in Avalon – An Offbeat & Quirky Adult Bedtime Story by Ginger Marin

Reviewed by Ankita Shukla for Readers’ Favorite Adventures in Avalon – An Offbeat & Quirky Adult Bedtime Story by Ginger Marin is a fast, humorous read. A journalist accidentally lands in a part of Middle America, known as Avalon, where the residents are cartoons. Well, for those cartoons, this journalist is an abnormal (and possibly evil) figure. In the hope of finding some sort of clue to return to his kind of people (i.e. normal human beings), he finds The Avalon Defense Department. However, instead of getting any help, he gets a clear idea that he is not welcome in … Continue reading Book Review: Adventures in Avalon – An Offbeat & Quirky Adult Bedtime Story by Ginger Marin

Book Review: Taming A Duke’s Reckless Heart by Tammy Andersen

Feel the passion rising with the turning of each page in Taming a Duke’s Reckless Heart by Tammy Andersen. Barrett Maddox, the sixth duke of Manchester, is known as quite a ladies’ man; however, the ladies, he has met so far, are intimidated by his rough manners and rugged personality. He has been moving on from one woman to another without giving any of them any real importance in his heart or his life. Barrett had been promised to be married to Penelope by his father ages ago, and he must keep this promise irrespective of the fact that Penelope’s … Continue reading Book Review: Taming A Duke’s Reckless Heart by Tammy Andersen

Book Review: Inevitable Ascension by V.K.McAllister

“Who runs the world? Girls do.” In the book, Inevitable Ascension, V.K.McAllister has definitely set this theme. Violina and Lux are two friends who work together to capture rare animals and then sell them to the collectors of the rarities. Sometimes, the collectors refused to pay the agreed-upon price and then Lux and Violina made sure that these thieves would pay in one way or another. One day, a very strange woman, Vexia, approached them to get her hands on a rare animal, dreichoden. When Violina and Lux went to deliver the animal, they found Vexia standing next to a dead … Continue reading Book Review: Inevitable Ascension by V.K.McAllister

Book Review: Bent, Not Broken by Suki Sather

A blend of romance, action, and fantasy genres, Bent, not Broken by Suki Sather is an exciting fiction. The book revolves around the life of Delaney. She has always felt disconnected with the lives around her. She has loving foster parents and their three other foster daughters. Although the family is caring and filled with love, Delaney can’t help but crave for her real family. Many times, she has felt somebody’s presence around her, but, apart from a constant fragrance of cinnamon, she has no other cue to prove her instinct right. She is not aware that there is a … Continue reading Book Review: Bent, Not Broken by Suki Sather

Au Revoir 2016! Bienvenue 2017! #FridayReflections

As the year 2017 begins, I can’t help but look back at the year 2016. The year that went by in a blink has been filled with lessons, exploring new facts about myself, meeting new people, and making new friends who I’m sure would stick around for a long time. In a glimpse, my year can be narrowed down in these highlights: “The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only one page.” – Saint Augustine 2016 made me realize that traveling makes one explore more about oneself than anything/anyone else can ever do. Although I could … Continue reading Au Revoir 2016! Bienvenue 2017! #FridayReflections

Book Review: The Servant: The Vampire Desjardins Book 1 by Camilla Klaus

Reviewed by me for Readers’ Favorite The Servant: The Vampire Desjardins Book 1 by Camilla Klaus is set in the early twentieth century. Estelle is desperate to get a job for her survival; therefore, when she receives an offer to work as a servant in a house, she doesn’t hesitate to grab this opportunity. She meets her prospective employer for an interview, but he turns out to be a little strange — both in his appearance and actions. Nevertheless, she rejects her natural instincts and agrees to work for him. Her employer goes by the name of Henrik. He lives … Continue reading Book Review: The Servant: The Vampire Desjardins Book 1 by Camilla Klaus

A Demanding Gift Receiver Speaks #UnwrapChristmas

If I had written this post two days back, I would have come up with a selfless list of things to do on Christmas, but something changed in the last two days. Before you start imagining too many dramatic things, I must mention that nothing big happened. It’s just in the last two days, I have gifted and received many gifts. As much as I love the suspense and the thrill, I am terrified of being disappointed after opening my gift. Same goes for the person whom I gift something. I fear disappointing anybody with my gift. I celebrated Secret … Continue reading A Demanding Gift Receiver Speaks #UnwrapChristmas