Dark Minds: A Collection of Short Stories for Charity @Bloodhoundbook

Happy Saturday everyone! Last year I had the pleasure of reviewing Dark Minds for the blog tour and this year they’re running a fantastic giveaway! I’ll be sharing my review again, but first here’s some details about the book and how to enter the giveaway.


A collection of short stories from some of your favourite authors

You think you know darkness? Think again.

Bloodhound Books presents Dark Minds – a collection of stories by authors who have come together to produce an anthology that will lure, tantalise and shock its readers.

What took place By the Water?

What goes on behind A Stranger’s Eyes?

And what is so special about Slow Roast Pork?

From master authors such as Lisa Hall, Steven Dunne, Louise Jensen and Anita Waller, readers can expect a one hell of a ride…

Dark Minds is a collection of 40 crime and thriller short stories from authors including; Louise Jensen, L.J. Ross, Lisa Hall, Steven Dunne, Betsy Reavley, M.A. Comley, Alex Walters and Anita Waller plus many more.

Sounds great, right?! Here’s the giveaway details.


I have to start by saying that the proceeds from the sale of this brilliant collection go to two very worthy causes, Sophie’s Appeal and Hospice UK. I’m honored to be one of the stops for the blog tour today and can’t wait to tell you all about this phenomenal compilation. Check out the book trailer as well.

Since there are forty stories in this collection I won’t review every single one separately, but I do want to mention that as a whole they are fantastic. There were none I actively disliked, I really enjoyed something about each of them. I’ll highlight my favorite ones, but there really is something for everyone here, especially if you’re a thriller fan. I haven’t read many short stories but this experience opened up my eyes and made me realize how enjoyable it can be. Who knew a few pages could pack such a huge punch?

The Shoes Maketh the Man by Louise Jensen 

Being a huge Jensen fan I was ecstatic to see she was one of the participating authors for Dark Minds. Her story is about an elderly man named Bill who’s wife Maureen has passed leaving him a widow.  Pensioners are being murdered in his area, is he next? It was creepy and pulled off quite a twist within a few pages.

Never Tell a Lie by Tara Lyons 

This is about an un named man who has an obsession with a beautiful woman named Fiona who he meets when she visits the coffee shop where he works. It’s obsessive, dark and menacing.

By The Water by Betsy Reavley 

Christine wakes up in a mental institution and has no idea why or what happened to land her there. Freaks me out just thinking about it! This was very chilling.

Slow Roast Pork by S. E. Lynes 

An un named woman this time who’s husband, Peter disappears. She seems distraught but does she know where he is? Or is she just a good actress? This was chilling in its intensity.

Sticky Fingers by J. T. Lawrence 

Nikki is a kleptomaniac, she’s not hurting for money she’s actually a wealthy housewife. She just can’t help herself, but is her time finally up? I loved the glimpse into her twisted mind and thought processes.

Hidden by K. A. Richardson 

Don’t want to say anything besides it is extremely creepy and graphic but excellent in its depravity.

I’ve Gone by Anita Waller

Laura’s husband Kevin is missing all that’s left is a note that says I’ve gone. This one was heartbreaking and shocking.

Be Careful What You Wish for by Peter Best

Sammy has found herself unwittingly entangled with the mafia in NYC. This is very action packed and there are twists until the very last sentence.

Dangerous Actions by M. A. Comley 

Joanne and Beth  are two best friends who meet a new guy on Facebook but social media can be deadly… I can’t say much more than that, but I was thoroughly impressed!

Captive by Stephen Edger

Daisy is kidnapped by Tim when she’s 6. There is quite a lot of action and intensity for a short story. My pulse was pounding as waited to see what her fate would be.

That’s just a taste of what this amazing collection has to offer, there are so many excellent stories that you have to read for yourself! It’s SUCH a good cause, grab your copy, you won’t be disappointed.

Overall rating: 5/5

You can grab a copy on Amazon US and Amazon UK.

Department Q Series by Jussi Adler-Olsen overview AND a #giveaway

I have something a little bit different to share today that I’m super excited about! Jussi Adler-Olsen’s seventh book, The Scarred Woman in the highly acclaimed Department Q series is out next month and to celebrate this, I have an entire series overview to get you caught up before it’s September release! I know we all have huge TBR piles so hopefully this will enable you to get a feel for the series and allow you to jump in with the newest installment OR pique your curiosity enough to entice you to catch up on this fantastic series. 
I’ve also partnered up with the amazing and generous team at Dutton Books to host a giveaway where one lucky person will win the entire series!! The link to enter will be at the end of this post, for now let’s get into the overview.



Case No: 9780525952480

Date: 8/23/2011

Reporting Officer: Carl Mørck

Incident: A famous politician vanishes during a ferry ride without a trace. Was she pushed or did she jump? Sole witness is her brother and only family member, who lost his ability to speak during a traumatic accident as a child. Politician is assumed dead.

Background Information: Carl Mørck used to be one of Denmark’s best homicide detectives. Then a hail of bullets destroyed the lives of two fellow cops, and Carl—who didn’t draw his weapon—blames himself. So a promotion is the last thing he expects. But Department Q is a department of one, and Carl’s got only a stack of cold cases for company. His colleagues snicker, but Carl may have the last laugh, because one file keeps nagging at him: a liberal politician vanished five years earlier and is presumed dead. But she isn’t dead…yet.




Case No: 9780525952893

Date: 8/21/2012

Reporting Officer: Carl Mørck

Additional Team Members: Hafez el-Assad

Incident: Brutal murder of teenage brother and sister in 1987. A suspect has already confessed and has been serving time. But it becomes evident that former classmates from their boarding school were somehow involved in the double murder. The same former classmates are now all prominent figures in Denmark.

Background Information: Carl Mørck has settled into Department Q and is ready to take on another cold case. This time, it’s the brutal double-murder of a brother and sister two decades earlier. One of the suspects confessed and is serving time, but it’s clear to Mørck that all is not what it seems. Kimmie, a homeless woman with secrets involving certain powerful individuals, could hold the key—if Mørck can track her down before they do…




Case No: 9780525954002

Date: 5/28/2013

Reporting Officer: Carl Mørck

Additional Team Members: Hafez el-Assad and Rose Knudsen

Incident: A bottle is found at sea that contains an old and decaying message written in blood, and one of the first words it says is “HELP.” The authors of the message are two young brothers who were never reported missing. Who are these boys? Where are they located? Are they still alive?

Background Information: Carl Mørck holds in his hands a bottle that contains an old and decayed message, written in blood. It is a cry for help from two young brothers, tied and bound in a boathouse by the sea. Could it be real? Who are these boys, and why weren’t they reported missing? Could they possibly still be alive?


Carl’s investigation will force him to cross paths with a woman stuck in a desperate marriage—her husband refuses to tell her where he goes, what he does, how long he will be away. For days on end she waits, and when he returns she must endure his wants, his moods, his threats. But enough is enough. She will find out the truth, no matter the cost to her husband—or to herself…




Case No: 9780525954019

Date: 12/13/2013

Reporting Officer: Carl Mørck

Additional Team Members: Hafez el-Assad and Rose Knudsen

Incident: Between 1923 and 1959, Danish women deemed pathologically promiscuous were sent away to the island of Sprogø. They were imprisoned and sometimes sterilized against their will. Nearly thirty years later, a brothel owner named Rita disappears, along with several other people. While sifting through the clues from the disappearances, the only connection appears to be Curt Wad, a man with a vision for evil.

Background Information: In 1987, Nete Hermansen plans revenge on those who abused her—especially Curt Wad, a surgeon who was part of a movement to sterilize wayward girls in the 1950s. More than twenty years later, Detective Carl Mørck already has plenty on his mind when he is presented with the case of a brothel owner, a woman named Rita, who went missing in the eighties: New evidence has emerged in the case that sent Carl to Department Q.


But when Carl’s assistants, Assad and Rose, learn that numerous other people disappeared around the same weekend as Rita, Carl takes notice. Sifting through the evidence, they inch closer to Curt Wad, who is still committed to his twisted beliefs, and whose treatment of Nete only hints at his capacity for evil.





Case No: 9780525954026

Date: 9/9/2014

Reporting Officer: Carl Mørck

Additional Team Members: Hafez el-Assad and Rose Knudsen

Incident: Marco Jameson, teenager, is a member of a former gypsy clan ruled by his powerful uncle Zola. The whole family participates in petty crime and begging. When Marco stumbles across a dead body near his family’s complex, he knocks over the first in a series of deadly dominos that have him running for his life.

Background Information: Fifteen-year-old Marco Jameson longs to become a Danish citizen and go to school like a normal teenager. Unfortunately, his Uncle Zola forces the children of their former gypsy clan to beg and steal for his personal gain. When Marco discovers a dead body that proves the true extent of Zola’s criminal activities, he goes on the run. But it turns out his family members aren’t the only ones who want to keep Marco silent…forever.


Detective Carl Mørck wants to save the boy, but Marco’s trail leads him to a case that extends from Denmark to Africa, from embezzlers to child soldiers, from seemingly petty crime rings to the very darkest of cover-ups.



Case No: 9780525954941

Date: 9/8/2015

Reporting Officer: Carl Mørck

Additional Team Members: Hafez el-Assad, Rose Knudsen, Gordon Taylor

Incident: Teenage girl disappeared from local school – later found dead, hanging from a tree. Connection to folklore? Possible cult tie.

Background Information: In the middle of his usual hard-won morning nap in the basement of police headquarters, Carl Mørck, head of Department Q, receives a call from a colleague working on the Danish island of Bornholm. Carl is dismissive when he realizes that a new case is being foisted on him, but a few hours later, he receives some shocking news that leaves his headstrong assistant Rose more furious than usual. Carl has no choice but to lead Department Q into the tragic cold case of a vivacious seventeen-year-old girl who vanished from school, only to be found dead hanging high up in a tree. The investigation will take them from the remote island of Bornholm to a strange sun-worshipping cult, where Carl, Assad, Rose, and newcomer Gordon attempt to stop a string of new murders and a skilled manipulator who refuses to let anything—or anyone—get in the way.



Case No: 9780525954958

Date: 9/19/2017

Reporting Officer: Carl Mørck

Additional Team Members: Hafez el-Assad, Rose Knudsen, Gordon Taylor

Incident: Body found in Copenhagen park – similar to previous unsolved homicide. Young women being targeted across Copenhagen. Could the deaths be connected? Something is going on with Rose Knudsen – can Dept. Q solve the case and save their colleague?

Background Information: Detective Carl Mørck of Department Q, Copenhagen’s cold cases division, meets his toughest challenge yet when the dark, troubled past of one of his own team members collides with a sinister unsolved murder.
In a Copenhagen park the body of an elderly woman is discovered. The case bears a striking resemblance to another unsolved homicide investigation from over a decade ago, but the connection between the two victims confounds the police. Across town a group of young women are being hunted. The attacks seem random, but could these brutal acts of violence be related? Detective Carl Mørck of Department Q is charged with solving the mystery.


Back at headquarters, Carl and his team are under pressure to deliver results: failure to meet his superiors’ expectations will mean the end of Department Q. Solving the case, however, is not their only concern. After an earlier breakdown, their colleague Rose is still struggling to deal with the reemergence of her past—a past in which a terrible crime may have been committed. It is up to Carl, Assad, and Gordon to uncover the dark and violent truth at the heart of Rose’s childhood before it is too late.


I can’t wait to read The Scarred Woman, stay tuned for my review very soon.

Enter the giveaway here (US only) and if you want to increase your chances I’m hosting an additional giveaway on my Instagram. Good luck! 

My last blogiversary #giveaway!

It’s time for the final giveaway to celebrate my blog turning one, I guess I’ve stretched out the celebrations for as long as possible 😂 

This time I’m hosting it on Instagram but I wanted to make sure everyone knew about it! All the rules and details are there, but it’s another Book Depository one so hurry over and throw your name in the hat! 

#Giveaway and it’s open internationally this time!!

This is the one I’ve been waiting for y’all! I’m so excited to be hosting a giveaway that’s not just for my US followers, this time it’s open internationally, as long as Book Depository ships to you! If you’re not sure, you can check on their site. 

Back when I started this journey I never would’ve dreamed that I had more than five followers in the States,  much less people from all over the world!! I’m not big on checking my stats, but I do occasionally check out where people are from and every single time I do, it blows my mind! I have visitors from all over and it’s just so cool to me, so thank you, each and every one of you, wherever you live. 

Now, onto the fun stuff! One person will win 25 dollars to Book Depository. You can change the currency easily on their site to make it easy when you shop. I don’t care what books you choose but you will need to send me your choices if you win. The easiest way for me to do this is for me to just place the order myself sending as a gift to the winners address. So as long as you’re comfortable sending me your book choices and your shipping address, please enter and good luck!!

Enter here. (Must be 18 or older)

Happy Blogiversary to me!! #giveaway

I’m so excited that June is finally here as I have some really fun giveaways planned that will last all month long! Yes, that’s right I’m planning on hosting four separate giveaways, one for every Tuesday in June. 

Three of these will be open US only but one will be open internationally, more on that one later this month. 

I honestly cannot believe that I’ve already been blogging for a full year, time has absolutely flown by and I’ve had a BLAST! I have met so many amazing people this past year and I appreciate every single blogger, author and publisher that has taken a chance on little old me. I still can’t believe that I’ve interacted with some of my favorite authors and publishers, I don’t know if I’ll ever stop fangirling when one of them responds to one of my tweets or thanks ME for reviewing their book! Like seriously, thanking me for reading?! Still crazy to me, it never gets old. 

I don’t want to turn this into an Academy Award type speech, but I’m going to anyway 😂😂😂 I do want to thank the blogging community in general for the support, encouragement and laughs. I don’t want to miss anyone or hurt any feelings, but I do have to specifically mention ChelseaBentleyAnnieSam and Renee as you guys have become such great friends and I appreciate you all so much. Also Sarah and Noelle have been invaluable in terms of being not only super helpful, but also are the type of bloggers that I so admire. The rest of you are all amazing as well, I have to stop name dropping because everyone is most definitely nodding off by now. 

I can’t say thanks without mentioning the publishers who I just adore, Karen and Anne at Orenda Books, Kim at Bookouture and Sarah at Bloodhound Books. All of you ladies are amazing and I’m honored every single time one of you invites me on a tour! 

I’ll stop now, but not before I thank each and everyone of you who follows me here and on various social media. I’m still dumbstruck that people actual care about what I have to say, it’s truly humbling and I’m so grateful! I hope these little giveaways show just a small part of my gratitude. 
Finally onto the fun stuff! This weeks giveaway is awesome if I do say so myself. One person will win two books, both of which I have been eagerly waiting for. 

A Stranger in the House by Shari Lapena

Why would you run scared from a happy home?
You’re waiting for your beloved husband to get home from work. You’re making dinner, looking forward to hearing about his day.
That’s the last thing you remember.
You wake up in hospital, with no idea how you got there. They tell you that you were in an accident; you lost control of your car whilst driving in a dangerous part of town.
The police suspect you were up to no good. But your husband refuses to believe it. Your best friend isn’t so sure. And even you don’t know what to believe . . .

Everything We Left Behind by Kerry Lonsdale

From the Wall Street Journal bestselling author of Everything We Keep comes the highly anticipated sequel. Told from one man’s two perspectives, Everything We Left Behind effortlessly blends suspense, mystery, and romance in an exploration of loss, resilience, and the compelling need to protect the ones we love at all cost.
Two months before his wedding, financial executive James Donato chased his trade-laundering brother Phil to Mexico, only to be lost at sea and presumed dead. Six and a half years later, he emerges from a dissociative fugue state to find he’s been living in Oaxaca as artist Carlos Dominguez, widower and father of two sons, with his sister-in-law Natalya Hayes, a retired professional surfer, helping to keep his life afloat. But his fiancée, Aimee Tierney, the love of his life, has moved on. She’s married and has a child of her own.
Devastated, James and his sons return to California. But Phil is scheduled for release from prison, and he’s determined to find James, who witnessed something in Mexico that could land Phil back in confinement. Under mounting family pressure, James flees with his sons to Kauai, seeking refuge with Natalya. As James begins to unravel the mystery of his fractured identity, danger is never far behind, and Natalya may be the only person he can trust.

You can enter the giveaway here! Good luck. (US only) 

Review: I Promise You This by Patricia Sands @patricia_sands #giveaway

Release date: May 17, 2016

Publisher: Lake Union

Genre: Women’s Fiction 


Suddenly single after twenty-two years of marriage, the calm of Katherine Price’s midlife has turned upside down. Seeking to find her true self, she took a chance on starting over. A year later, she is certain of this: she’s in love with Philippe and adores his idyllic French homeland, where he wants her to live with him.

But all that feels like a fantasy far removed from Toronto, where she’s helping her friend Molly, hospitalized after a life-threatening accident. Staying in her childhood home full of memories, Katherine wonders: Is she really ready to leave everything behind for an unknown life abroad? And if all her happiness lies with Philippe, will it last? Can she trust in love again?

Searching her heart, Katherine finds the pull of the familiar is stronger than she thought. An unexpected meeting with her ex, the first time since his cruel departure, and a stunning declaration of love from an old flame spur her introspection.

With sunlit backdrops and plot twists as breathtaking as the beaches of Antibes, author Patricia Sands brings her trilogy about second chances to a provocative and satisfying close that proves that a new life just might be possible—if you’re willing to let your heart lead you home. 


It’s so bittersweet that I’ve come to the final book in the Love in Provence series! If you missed my earlier reviews here is The Promise of Provence and Promises to Keep. Thanks to the generosity of Patricia Sands herself  I have another fantastic giveaway where one lucky person will receive the entire series in ebook format! Enter via the Rafflecopter at the end of this post. 

I Promise You This picks up immediately where things ended in the second book, which thank goodness as it ended on a gigantic cliffhanger and I was desperate to know what happened! Due to a tragedy, Kat finds herself back home in Canada and is surprised by the conflicting emotions she’s experiencing upon her return home. She begins to question her decisions as of late and has many moments of doubt as she wonders if she’s been hasty in deciding to make France her permanent home. Once again, the way that Sands infused the reality of life into Kat’s story pleased me greatly as things were not all rainbows and roses for her, it was an accurate portrayal of what someone’s real life could actually be. 

Switching things up and having Philippe visit Canada was a nice change of pace as the first two books were primarily set in France. Seeing how he fit into Kat’s life was interesting and seemed only fitting as usually she was the one struggling with a language barrier and a completely different culture. I don’t want to say much about the plot, but as with book two there were some surprises and secrets that cropped up again. 

Though this was an ideal way to end this trilogy I’m still really sad to say goodbye to this series and the lovely characters that I’ve grown to know and love. I’ll especially miss reading all the gorgeous descriptions of the food Kat eats and the stunning locales she visits as Sands has a real knack for bringing the setting to life. If I didn’t already have the urge to visit France I most certainly would have developed one now and can’t wait until one day when I can experience it for myself! 

Overall rating: 4/5

Thanks to the author for my review copy. 

About the Author: 

Patricia Sands lives in Toronto, Canada, when she isn’t somewhere else. An admitted travel fanatic, she can pack a bag in a flash and be ready to go anywhere … particularly the south of France, for her annual visit.

Giveaway (Open internationally)

Review: Promises to Keep by Patricia Sands @patricia_sands #giveaway

Release date: October 13, 2015

Publisher: Lake Union

Genre: Women’s Fiction


The painful memories from her life back in Toronto will never be distant enough, but Katherine Price finds peace under the autumn sky in the South of France…and a deepening, dizzying love with Philippe. Together, they savor the delicacies and splendor of life, toasting to a future filled with happiness and hope—a life far away from the heartache they both knew so well.

But during a trip to the charming village of Entrevaux, a strange note turns into a dangerous car chase. Philippe reveals he has a troubling secret—and the couple’s new life together threatens to crumble before it can begin. Now that Katherine has everything she’s ever wanted, is she about to lose it all?

Promises to Keep is the heartfelt second addition to award-winning author Patricia Sands’s Love in Provence trilogy—and a stirring reminder that it’s never too late to be joyfully surprised by love, life, or even yourself. 


Promises to Keep is the second book in a series, I reviewed the first book earlier this month, The Promise of Provence and adored it! Book two was just as delightful and I have a giveaway to win a copy of the first book, there’s a Rafflecopter at the end of this post.

This begins right where things left off in the first book, Kat is still in France and trying to settle into her new life with Philippe. She is so changed from the woman she was in the first book, she’s much more calm, centered and sure of herself and I really enjoyed seeing her in her happy place. Andrea and Molly are back as well, albeit briefly mostly through phone calls with Kat, but it was still nice to get a peek at what they were up too.

One of my favorite things about the first book was the combination of the gorgeous setting and the mouthwatering descriptions of the food and Sands still captured both in book two. It was also nice to see how things were progressing for Kat and Philippe after their fairytale beginning when real life sets in. They’re very much in love and both of them desperately want to make things work, but they face some obstacles along the way.

This book was much more mysterious than the first, there were secrets and some family history and drama that I really appreciated and I loved learning more about Philippe’s history and the culture of such a fascinating place. It ended on a HUGE cliffhanger and I’m so happy that I’m starting the third book soon, I’m dying to know what happens next! Again, this is a perfect summer read and one that I devoured.

Overall rating: 4/5

Thanks to the author for my review copy.

About the Author: 

Patricia Sands lives in Toronto, Canada, when she isn’t somewhere else. An admitted travel fanatic, she can pack a bag in a flash and be ready to go anywhere … particularly the south of France, for her annual visit.

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Review: The Promise of Provence by Patricia Sands @patricia_sands 

Release date: October 6, 2015

Publisher: Lake Union

Genre: Women’s Fiction


On the evening of her twenty-second wedding anniversary, Katherine Price can’t wait to celebrate. But instead of receiving an anniversary card from her husband, she finds a note asking for a divorce.

Fifty-five and suddenly alone, Katherine begins the daunting task of starting over. She has her friends, her aging mother, and her career to occupy her, but the future seems to hold little promise—until, after a winter of heartbreak, Katherine is persuaded to try a home exchange holiday in the South of France.

In Provence, bright fields of flowers bloom below medieval hilltop villages with winding cobblestone streets. Charmed by the picturesque countryside, the breathtaking Côte d’Azur, and the enchantment-filled boulevards of Paris, Katherine feels life opening up once again. Lavender perfumes the air, and chance encounters hint at romance and passion. But memories of heartbreak and betrayal linger—and her former life waits for her back home. Can she find the courage to begin again?


I keep finding all of these amazing summer reads lately so I apologize in advance if I’m contributing to making your summer reading lists being out of control! The Promise of Provence was an absolutely lovely read, I fell in love with the main character, Katherine, but I also was utterly charmed by France as the author really brought the country to life. I’m so happy there are still two books left in this beautiful series.

When the novel begins, Katherine is dumped in an extremely callous manner by her jerk of a husband, James. He breaks up with her via a note on their anniversary. Thank goodness his role in this story is minimal, you never actually meet him and for that I was grateful. The story follows Katherine over the course of a year as she deals with the end of her twenty something year marriage and her struggles as she navigates a new life as a single woman in her fifties.

As I mentioned earlier, I adored Katherine. She was so raw, vulnerable and honest, wholly relatable. She has a small support group in her friends Molly and Andrea, (Andrea is also her cousin) and both of them were great characters as well. Molly had an air of mystery about her and I’m hoping to learn more about her secrets in subsequent books. She also has a terrible potty mouth but that only made me like her more! There were also many fantastic people that Katherine meets as she travels in France, they were so charming and interesting! There is some romance along the way as well, but I won’t tell you with whom, you’ll have to read and see for yourself.

It was very clear that Sands has a deep personal connection to France and Canada, her passion was apparent in her gorgeous descriptive writing style. In her authors note she calls the book her love letter to France and that’s an apt description. The food described was stunning and had me practically drooling several times and the imagery she conjured really brought the setting to life. I had such a great time following Katherine on her adventures as she experienced highs and lows and can’t wait to reconnect with her in the second book.

Overall rating: 4/5

About the Author: 

Patricia Sands lives in Toronto, Canada, when she isn’t somewhere else. An admitted travel fanatic, she can pack a bag in a flash and be ready to go anywhere … particularly the south of France, for her annual visit.



Monday Matinee Giveaway #MondayMatinee

Last month I read The Last Chance Matinee and loved it and now I’ve partnered up with Gallery Books and have a copy to giveaway! Giveaway is open to US only and for a chance to win, tell me what your favorite book about sisters is in the comment section. That’s it, easy peasy! I’ll choose a winner with random.org on Friday, April 28 at 8 am MST. 
Good luck! 

Monday Matinee Giveaway:
Follow XOXO After Dark on Twitter (@xoxoafterdark) Mondays in April to see which blogs on the blog tour will host a giveaway for The Last Chance Matinee: April 3, 10, 17, 24! #MondayMatinee
Monday, April 3rd
Suzy Approved
Lit Loving Mom
Collectors of Book Boyfriends
Hardly A Goddess
The Librarian
Staircase Wit
Monday, April 10th
The Book Nympho
Reviews By Crystal
PNW Bookworm
Abigail Books Addiction
Sour Puss
Lorelei’s Lit Lair
Monday, April 17th
Lovey Dovey Books
Dawn’s Reading Nook
My Novelesque Life
Books According to Abby
I Wish I Lived In A Library
Monday, April 24th
Novel Gossip
Blonde Bookworm
Up ‘Til Dawn