10 Supernatural Cozy Mysteries to Curl Up With On a Rainy Day (Part 2)

5) Witch Way to Murder by Shirley Damsgaard Ophelia Jensen is a small-town librarian who possesses psychic powers; she lives with her pets and her eccentric grandmother, Abby, who is a witch. An unfortunate past incident left Ophelia wanting to subdue her powers. But, when a body turns up right in Abby’s backyard, grandmother andContinue reading “10 Supernatural Cozy Mysteries to Curl Up With On a Rainy Day (Part 2)”

10 Riveting LGBTQ+ Books to Read for Pride Month (Or Any Month of the Year)- Part 2, Horror Edition

5) The Dust of Wonderland by Lee Thomas When Ken Nicholson learns that his son has been brutally attacked, he is forced to return to New Orleans where, many years ago, Ken bore witness to many violent acts. What’s worse, he now has to endure visions from that dark time. As the lives of hisContinue reading “10 Riveting LGBTQ+ Books to Read for Pride Month (Or Any Month of the Year)- Part 2, Horror Edition”

10 Riveting LGBTQ+ Books to Read for Pride Month (Or Any Month of the Year)- Part 1

10) Peaces by Helen Oyeyemi This is a book, in part, about a most unusual train voyage—if you’re like me, you may already be intrigued. Otto and Xavier set out with their pet mongoose on an overnight journey on The Lucky Day train. When they step aboard the former tea-smuggling locomotive, they notice that, notContinue reading “10 Riveting LGBTQ+ Books to Read for Pride Month (Or Any Month of the Year)- Part 1”

10 Must-Read Books by Indigenous Authors (Part 2)

5) Trail of Lightning by Rebecca Roanhorse In the post-apocalyptic world of Trail of Lightning, gods, heroes, and—most frighteningly of all—monsters roam the earth. Maggie Hoskie is a monster hunter. When a young girl goes missing from a small town, Maggie is their last hope of finding her. With the help of Kai Arviso, aContinue reading “10 Must-Read Books by Indigenous Authors (Part 2)”

10 Must-Read Books by Indigenous Authors (Part 1)

10) Kiss of the Fur Queen by Tomson Highway Kiss of the Fur Queen by Tomson Highway transports the reader to a Cree community in northern Manitoba. Brothers Champion and Ooneemeetoo Okimasis are torn from their family, their language, their culture, and their entire way of life when they are sent to a hostile andContinue reading “10 Must-Read Books by Indigenous Authors (Part 1)”