About Crossroad Reviews

We are two obsessed/addicts when it comes to books! With my daughters whom are 4 and 10 and myself who is 32 we tend to read through about 30-40 books a month! From Children to Adult books we pretty much read everything! We have been blogging since 1999 and now have read well over 10,000 books! <br />

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  • Crossroad shared from Splintered by A. G. Howard
    Sticking a pin through the gut of an insect shuts it up pretty quick. Some of my victims line the walls in shadow boxes, while others get sorted into mason jars and placed on a bookshelf for later use. Crickets, beetles, spiders … bees and butterflies. I’m not picky. Once they get chatty, they’re fair game.
  • Crossroad shared from The Demon Catchers of Milan by Kat Beyer
    I thought about going back upstairs, sticking my head under my pillow, and crying until I died of dehydration.
    Note: The issues of wanting someone you can't have. @KatBeyerwrites @EgmontUSA
  • Crossroad shared from The Demon Catchers of Milan by Kat Beyer
    I had tried one in the first week, but after referring to my dictionary fifteen times in the first paragraph—I am not joking—I decided they hurt my head too much and exiled them to a corner of my desk, where they sat and glared at me.
    Note: Haha my tbr shelf stares at me with disgust every day @KatBeyerwrites @EgmontUSA
  • Crossroad shared from The Demon Catchers of Milan by Kat Beyer
    The voices hadn’t been from an apartment behind me. They had been in the room. Of course.
    Note: @KatBeyerwrites @EgmontUSA if I heard voices after being possessed I would have run screaming!
  • Crossroad shared from The Demon Catchers of Milan by Kat Beyer
    I have since heard that lots of people learn how to speak a new language because they want to meet guys, or girls, or because they fall in love with someone from another country. I learned to speak a new language because I wanted breakfast.
    Note: Haha I think I'd do charades! @KatBeyerwrites @EgmontUSA