Sunday Confessions


Currently Reading

This week I’m going to continue to try and catch up with my Netgalley reading.  And I will try to get 4 books done this week.  I’m already a fourth of the way through one, so hopefully it can be done.


Time Stoppers by Carrie Jones.  I’ve already started this one and so far so good.  It is a pretty good read.

Vassa in the Night by Sara Porter.  I’ve heard that this one is pretty weird.  It is one of my Netgalley hold overs from last year.  So, I feel obligated to at least give it a shot.

Geekerella by Ashley Poston.  This one comes out in April, so I am early for once, Yeah!

Unnatural Deeds by Cyn Balog.  Read by Pamela Lorence. This is my audiobook for this week, once I am done with Heartless.  This is also one I got from Netgalley last year.  The cover looks so sinister and the summary promises an ending that I won’t see coming, so I am hopeful about this one.

Book Reviews

Here is the line up for this weeks reviews:

Monday: The Undertow Trilogy by Michael Buckley

Really creepy merpeople and lots of action and stabbing, with a dash of romance thrown in.

Tween Tuesday: Not sure yet.  If I am done with Time Stoppers I will do that one. If not I will come up with something that probably won’t be tween.

Wednesday: Holding Smoke by Elle Cosimano.  This was a surprisingly good contemporary, paranormal mystery.  I bet you don’t find those around much.Holding Smoke

Thursday: The Generations Trilogy by Scott Sigler

This will be a two part post.  I really don’t want to spoil the first book for anyone who hasn’t read it.  So, I will write my review for that one in one post and then the other two in a second post on that day.  Quite the sweeping saga with a very dramatic ending.

Audio Friday: Heartless by Marissa Meyer.  I have so been enjoying this. It is a very amusing reimagining of Wonderland created by Lewis Carroll.  The reader, Rebecca Soler, has been doing an amazing job of bringing the characters to life.



That is my weekly update.  Have you read any of these books?  What did you think?





  1. Oh I hope you do enjoy Vassa in the Night! It IS weird, but it’s really true to Russian folklore styles and that’s why I adored it. ❤ You just kind of have to embrace the bizarre and go with it, haha, and I thought Baba Yaga was hilarious, so that was good. And yay that you're enjoying Heartless!!


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