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Clown in a Cornfield

The evolution of social media has been fascinating. Nowadays, it’s all about sharing videos of ourselves engaging in silly dances or pranks. However, in Adam Cesare’s Clown in a Cornfield, we’re tr…

Just For The Summer

Abby Jimenez you have done it again and I’m not upset! How can you write such cute stories? I know that whenever you are publishing a book, I’ll love it! You have created a lifelong fan!    Th…

Play the Fool Review

Imagine stumbling upon a picture of your deceased friend on a stranger’s phone. Would you be brave enough to delve into the mystery behind their death? This is the intriguing premise of Play the Fo…

A Fate Inked in Blood review

While Vikings and pillaging are often intertwined, what if the narrative took a different turn? Imagine having a trace of a god or goddess’s blood in you, capable of altering your destiny. Would yo…

The Dead Guy Next Door By Lucy Score

Imagine witnessing your neighbor’s death. Would you intervene? Or would you find yourself entangled in a web of suspicion? Lucy Score’s The Dead Guy Next Door explores these gripping scenarios, mak…

Emily Wilde’s Encyclopedia Of Faeries

Do you believe in faeries? What if you lived in a small village surrounded by them? What if they started to steal children? When it comes to faerie folk, Emily Wilde’s Encyclopedia of Faeries by He…

“Bride” Book Review

Whenever someone suggests a book for me to read, I can’t help but put it on my TBR. When owning a bookstore, I read newer books, but sometimes, I can’t help but read some backlist titles. This time…

INK: A Love Story on 7th and Main

What do tattoos and books have in common? Ink, of course! Why do I ask? What does that have to do with this post? Hang on, I’ll answer all your questions. All you have to do is read on. When starti…

Hearthside Books and Uptown Bar & Grill Pop Up A Pop-Up Book Fair!

There was a sunny, cloudless sky and a crisp breeze on the outside, but inside the Uptown Bar and Grill in Waverly, Minnesota, things were starting to heat up on this early Sunday afternoon. Book p…

Eric’s review: “Yumi And The Nightmare Painter” by Brandon Sanderson

Our first book review of 2024 is also the book of the month for January! Eric picked Yumi and the Nightmare Painter by Brandon Sanderson. There’s no denying that Brandon Sanderson is Eric’s favorit…