Immersive historical fiction set in Kansas City during the Roaring Twenties. Gangsters, speakeasies, magic - what more could you ask for in one novel?
Month: August 2022
Book Review: Things We Do in the Dark
A James Pattersonesque dark thriller that will keep you flipping pages until the end.
Book Review: Aunt Dimity and the Village Witch
Another mystery set in Finch, this one involving an ancestral witch, a famous artist, and her fanatical followers. #17 in this warm and fuzzy cozy mystery series.
Book Review: You Are Psychic: 7 Steps to Develop Your Psychic Abilities
More a story about the author's journey than a how-to guide.
Book Review: Channeled Wisdom for Clarity and Illumination
Powerfully inspiring messages and practical essential oil blends to work with your energetic body. Highly recommend.
Book Review: Darling Girl
A dark retelling/sequel to Peter Pan, that places the boy hero in a whole new light.
Book Review: The House in the Cerulean Sea
A simple assignment turns into a mission for one man to follow his dream in this heartwarming, funny, uplifting novel.
Book Review: Reluctant Immortals
A powerful Gothic-inspired story about nearly forgotten women throwing off the mantle of victims and taking control of their (immortal) life.
Book Review: Iona Iverson’s Rules for Commuting
Sometimes breaking the rules is the best thing you can do.
Audiobook Review: A Year of Mystical Thinking
Part memoir, part instruction on adding magic to the everyday.