Apocalypse by Ryan McCoy

About two weeks ago Ryan McCoy, author of Apocalypse, reached out to share his work with me. And today, I’m reaching out to share it with others. There’s something to be said about Apocalypse. With all the “zombie saturation” out there, I was worried that end-time, living dead stories had run their course. Overdone, maybe?…

Seeking: Dad 2.0 by Gwendoline Raisson, illustrated by Magali Le Huche

I found this book on Netgalley and was drawn by the cover. The illustrations in this book are beautiful and the story is sweet, but this is definitely not for everyone. If you don’t enjoy feminist reads, this won’t interest you. The subject of this book is more about bringing social realities to the forefront,…

Sheets by Brenna Thummler

Sheets is scheduled to be published by Lion Forge next week! I was able to get an ARC copy to do this review. It took me a few pages to get into this one, but I’m happy that I stuck it out. It turned out to be a really sweet story about an unlikely friendship between a girl…

Through the Woods by Emily Carroll & a Blip About ShortBox

 Through the Woods was a random recommendation from Barnes and Noble, and the book that inadvertently made me a fan of ShortBox.  (Where’s the connection? I stumbled on the ShortBox website looking for more of Emily Carroll’s work after finishing Through the Woods.) ShortBox has such a great collection of work. I’m really looking forward…

The Book of Onions by Jake Thompson

“Ranging from the relatable to the utterly nonsensical and bizarre, the comics within The Book of Onions explore themes of loneliness, desperation, and perverted talking fruit.” -From, The Book of Onions Note: I received a digital ARC to review this book. The Book of Onions won’t actually be available to buy until this October. I’ll…

Dull Margaret by Jim Broadbent & Dix

I recently hopped on the Dull Margaret bandwagon, then catapulted myself right off.  Whoever wrote the back synopsis deserves an award because after reading it inside Barnes and Noble, I was pretty excited about buying this book. Unfortunately, after I took it home and read the entire thing, I couldn’t figure out why Dull Margaret…