The cover is gorgeous, but I was seriously disappointed. Do you feel the same? An audiobook recommendation, Onyx and Ivory by Mindee Arnett.
I'm not feeling well, but let's see if I can get through this review! I picked up Six of Crows by recommendation. I've seen the covers everywhere, and like all forms of the book lover's peer pressure, I gave in and snagged my audible copy from amazon. Crows are badass, right? Here's my review. … Continue reading An Audible Book Review: Six of Crows: Leigh Bardugo
Shortly here, I will no longer be participating in giveaways, which means I'll have to resort to the good ole fashion Amazon freebie alerts for those following my blog. But today... today I'm recommending mine. The Vault (A Rise of the Realms Collection) has a new cover, and along with it, it's set permanently free … Continue reading Free Book Alert
I was a late bloomer when it came to my reading habits. Sure, I read throughout my whole life, but most of it was homework related as a teen. I didn't actually start loving it until I needed it. All readers need their books. We can't help it, and when we find what genre we … Continue reading A Book Recommendation: Blood Destiny by Connie Suttle
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Rift (Rise of the Realms: Book Three) will be arriving this winter. A blurb isn't ready yet, but I can tell you it's an epic series - the beginning of a war between realms. What does this mean? Lots of action and never-been-done-before scenes, creatures, languages, and powerful characters! Are you ready to start the … Continue reading Rise of the Realms Book Three
A wind, with no true destination in mind, sweeps through the valley. It blunders from the mountains’ slopes - an oncoming storm of brisk gusts, seething clouds, and stinging snowflakes arrives earlier than predicted. Each brick home shudders and every overwrought chimney puffs a thin stream of white smoke and fragile ash. The storm carries … Continue reading Battle of the Elements
The Forgotten Queen stands at the edge of the Black Creek, watching a small patrol boat burn by her spelled sword’s command and the new magic within her. Her dress, woven of white fog and black shade, twists and sways against the soggy bank, an act it often does according to the wearers mood. Cast … Continue reading The Forgotten Queen
A humid wind gathers, a slow pace that bundles the gust as it climbs the hills of a grassy prairie. Once it reaches the top, it gathers its courage and barrels toward the safety of a cluster of trees. A storm brews on the horizon, a threat to the land and the sun’s rays that … Continue reading Enchanted Woods
On the outside, her presence is wild and deceiving, a practiced bright smile on a youthful, pleasant face. She grins to spread the world with joy, knowing it’s needed when darkness lingers in every solemn corner. This world is comforted by smothering deception as generous as the towering grey buildings crowding every street. On the … Continue reading Contagious