Kelly Michele

As an avid reader and writer, Kelly has been addicted to books since before she could talk. At any given moment you will find a book (or three) tucked safely into her purse – just in case – and she is guilty of bringing Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows to finish at the performance of a local band.

One of her favorite feelings is getting lost in the pages of a book, and she will pretty much read anything that you put in front of her. A few of her favorites are: Atlas Shrugged, The Harry Potter series (Prisoner of Azkaban is the best), The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series, anything written my Laurie Notaro, and much, MUCH more!

Blog Tour: A Perfect Storm by Lori Foster [Review]


I was given the chance to review the fourth and final novel of Lori Foster’s “Men Who Walk The Edge of Honor” series earlier this month, and was pretty surprised by how much I enjoyed A Perfect Storm. Following right where the third book left off, A Perfect Storm continues into the world of human trafficking and how our main characters, Spencer and Arizona, attempt […]


The Little Women Letters by Gabrielle Donnelly [Review]

I grew up with the Little Women story front and center on my book shelf, and grew to love the characters like they were my own family. Because of this history that I have with the March sisters, I was really excited for the chance to read and review Garielle Donnelly’s The Little Women Letters. The Little Women Letters plays out very similarly to the […]


The Company of the Dead by David Kowalski [Review]


What is there to say about David Kowalski’s The Company of the Dead? Let’s start with the premise of the (long) novel. What do you think would happen if the Titanic never hit the iceberg and consequently never sank? Time travel in pop culture tells us nothing good can ever come from trying to change the past (Hello, Back to the Future, anyone?) but that’s […]


Womanthology: Heroic [Review]


I don’t know where to begin with this review of Womanthology. I’ve been following this crazy project since it’s inception on Twitter and an just beyond ecstatic that Womanthology is finally released to the public. Let me give you a little bit of back story before delving into this review. Womanthology all began with a single Tweet, and through this act a group of female […]


How To Eat A Cupcake By Meg Donohue [Review]


I’m not going to lie; it was the title and the cover that inspired me to take on the task of reviewing How to Eat a Cupcake by Meg Donohue. You know that old adage “never judge a book by its cover”? Well, I did. And I’m so very glad I did. How to Eat a Cupcake isn’t a book that will solve your life […]


Blog Tour: Wide Open By Deborah Coates [Review]

Wide Open by Debora Coates

Wide Open By Deborah Coates was a book that I enjoyed quite a bit. I was given a copy to review, and truthfully, I didn’t really know what to expect going in! The story sounded intriguing enough – and readers of my reviews know that I can’t pass up a good ghost story! I was extremely pleased when I started Wide Open that the story […]


A Hole In The Ground Owned By A Liar by Daniel Pyne [Review]


Daniel Pyne is best known for his screenwriting skills. He’s currently writing for that small little show Alcatraz, and because of this is no stranger to mystery and suspense. I was ecstatic that I had a chance to read and review his novel A Hole In The Ground Owned By A Liar. Pyne did not disappoint. The intriguing title aside (which comes from a quote […]


A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkness [Review]

I read a lot about the supernatural and mythology. When I say a lot what I mean is my bookshelves tend to look like something out of an occult shop. Generally I find supernatural fiction to be trite, contrived, and books that should never be written, but I’m pleased to say that Deborah Harkness’ debut novel A Discovery of Witches breaks all of these stereotypes. […]


The Death of King Arthur: The Immortal Legend By Peter Ackroyd

The Death of King Arthur

I read Sir Thomas Malory’s Le Morte d’Arthur when I was sixteen and fell in love wtih the book. I’ve always been a huge fan of The Arthurian legend (something I can thank my mother for; we’d listen to the Camelot soundtrack almost daily), and when I was offered the chance to review Peter Ackroyd’s retelling of the classic in The Death of King Arthur: […]


Gig Posters Volume 2 [Review]

Gig Posters 2

Normally books that I review have a very specific plot that they follow. Not so with Gig Posters Volume 2. Instead of a story, this is the second installment of posters from various artists displaying different musical artists. It was awesome! This volume is huge – 11 x 14, and not only is it 208 pages of amazing artwork, you also get 101 posters that […]