Velvet by Temple West ~ Book Review

Book: Velvet
Author: Temple West *Website*
Genre: YA Paranormal Romance (Vampire)
Number of Books in Series: 1 Published
Published Date: October 31, 2014
Number of Pages: 285
ISBN: 9781517093266

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Upcoming Book Reviews

As my summer off school came to a close at the end of last month, I find myself with quite a few books to review. I spent way too much reading (there is no such thing) and not enough time reviewing them, so here is a list of book reviews you can look forward to:

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  1. Velvet – Temple West
  2. The Vampire Dimitri – Colleen Gleason
  3.  Lucky Number Four – Amanda Jason
  4.  Rule – Jay Crownover
  5.  Recreated – Colleen Houck
  6. A Court of Mist and Fury – Sarah J. Maas
  7. Breeder – Casey Hayes
  8. Third Daughter – Susan Kaye Quinn
*Books appear in order read and the order they will be reviewed*

Blog Updates

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If you’ve been on my blog since my last post, you’ll probably notice it looks a lot different. If you’re new to this blog, just know the website is even better than it was before. Continue reading Blog Updates

UtopiaCon – Summer of 2016

What a whirlwind of excitement! Books, books, books galore. After almost 3 months of summer vacation filled with trips, I’m finally home in the sunny Fl. Yes it’s hot as hell, and yes you can cook bacon on the sidewalk, but it’s home. Traveling about 12 hours each way, I made it all the way to Nashville, Tennessee. This is where I spent 5 days at the Maxwell House Hotel, attending UtopiaCon! As this was my first ever time at a book convention, I was both nervous and excited. Some of my favorite authors would be there and I would get to meet them! About 4 years ago I had met a small group of authors at a local library in TN and got some signed books from them. This was the first time writing really caught my interest, even though I’ve always been an avid book reader. This year, many of those authors also attended UtopiaCon, So it was nice to see them again and learn about their new books, as well a meet new authors and feed my book addiction. (Drugs are bad, books are good. I mean, you can’t even overdose!)

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