Category: Video Book Reviews.

Video Book Review: Pieces of Her by Karin Slaughter

Video Book Review: Pieces of Her by Karin Slaughter

So I feel quite foolish that this is the first Karin Slaughter book I’ve ever read. She’s an America superstar thriller writer that everyone but me is familiar with, as she’s sold over 35 million books and even has a section of her website dedicated...
Video Book Review: Short Story Advent Calendar Re-Cap

Video Book Review: Short Story Advent Calendar Re-Cap

Some of you may be wondering where my reviews of the 2019 Short Story Advent Calendar are, because in years past, I’ve posted a review every single day from December 1 to December 25. Well I’ve smartened up because it was just too time intensive to make a...
Book Review: Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs? By Caitlin Doughty

Book Review: Will My Cat Eat My Eyeballs? By Caitlin Doughty

So it’s been awhile since I posted to booktube-my bad! I’ve made it up to you with a funny/timely/fascinating book about death/cremation/burial, set against a Halloween-ish backdrop in my home. Bundle up for a six minute video about why I love Will My Cat...
Book Review: The Storm by Arif Anwar

Book Review: The Storm by Arif Anwar

I love the suspense that a storm brings to the fore in a fictional book; as the winds change, so do our expectations as a reader. This story begins with a storm, and ends with the same storm, pushing the reader in all different directions and time periods, raging...
Book Review: Dear Evelyn by Kathy Page

Book Review: Dear Evelyn by Kathy Page

I love a good work of fiction that focuses on marriage. Do I want to read a true story about marriage? Not particularly. But do I want to read about a fake couple and all the trouble they have without feeling guilty or voyeuristic? Absolutely. This is one of the...
Video Book Review: Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

Video Book Review: Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier

Just wanted to give a big shout out to all the book bloggers out there that urged me to give this one a go; you know who you are! Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier is by far the oldest book I’ve read in awhile (it was published in 1938), but I loved it, so I’ve...