100 Followers! <3

Hello everyone! This is just a quick post to thank all my lovely followers! I’ve just reached 100 followers today and I am so happy! It means so much to me that there are people out there who takes the time to check out my blog and read my posts. ❤

I did not expect it to happen so quickly, and I have you wonderful people reading this post right now to thank! So thank you, for following my little blog. 😀

So, I was thinking of doing a giveaway to celebrate, but I’m not all that good understanding how it all works and all that, so I’ll simply be doing what Victoria @ Addlepates & Book Nerds had done when she reached 100 followers: post 10 tags over the next 10 weeks, and tag 10 different followers each time. I have a bunch of tags to get to, so this is perfect! ❤ I’ll try to post each tag either Sunday or Monday.

If you have any recommendations for tags to do, please let me know! I’m always interested in new book tags.

Again, thank you! I love each and every one of you splendid people, and I hope you know that! 😉


Tales of the 23rd Precinct by Kevin Eleven | ARC Book Review

(Tales of the 23rd Precinct #1)

Published: January 13th 2015


It is well documented that despicable acts in the form of murder, bank heists, snitching, and drug trafficking happen in the heart of New York City daily. However, no borough is more adept to the turmoil of the inner city streets than Brooklyn. In a unique presentation, readers will be able to follow the stories and individual background surrounding Detectives Deborah Lane, Luke Fisher & Frank Matthews. The three detectives must use their wit, competence, persistence and sly capabilities to maneuver throughout Brooklyn and wherever crime may take them. No matter what misguided notions they act upon or crossfires they may encounter, it is quite odd and compelling that each of their stories correlate into something frankly twisted. This project compares to the substantial work of great writers in the Detective Fiction genre such as Ed McBain & Clark Howard. Once the book is devoured in its form, readers will hope for a time portal hoping to transport them back to where it all began.

My Rating: 3.5 stars (Pretty Good)

Book Information

Publisher: Flowered Concrete

Page Count: 174

Format: E-book (PDF)

Please note: This book was sent to me by the author for review purposes, a fact which does not affect my opinion on the book. I was not compensated for this review, and all opinions stated are honest and my own. 

Hello! It’s been a while since I’ve posted a book review (or it seems to me, anyway) and so here I am with a review on a book I’ve been given for review. I had finished this book for quite a bit of time now, but hadn’t gotten the chance to post a review on it. So here I go!

To be honest, I wasn’t sure if I would enjoy this book, but as I wanted to try something out of my comfort zone, so I accepted the offer and kept an open mind as I was reading the book. I’m happy to say I had an enjoyable reading experience! It was definitely nothing like I expected, and I have to admit, this is one of the most unusual books I’ve ever read, but overall it was an interesting read.Read More »