A solid four burst of flame for The Dark Heart of Redemption; a thrilling sequel that delivers on all the promise from the original and more!
Book Tour Spotlight: These Violent Nights
Hi everyone! Now that I’m back into the swing of things, I thought it would be the perfect time to do another Book Spotlight with the fantastic people at BBYNA! Today it’s my turn to Spotlight These Violent Nights by Rebecca Crunden! An author I've reviewed before on this blog, and someone whose work only... Continue Reading →
Book Review: The Marauders, the Daughter, and the Dragon
Take two parts swashbuckling pirates, one part mystical hijinks, three parts daring sword fights, add a heaping dash of the magic of friendship, and you’ll get "The Marauders, the Daughter, and the Dragon"!
Book Review: Shadowless
One look and you’ll know exactly what kind of story to expect, with a concept that’s as foreboding as it is terrifying for all of us puny mortals: what do you do when even the gods want you dead? And I am absolutely here for it!
Book Tour Spotlight: May Day by Josie Jaffrey
I’m so excited, because today it’s my turn to Spotlight May Day by Josie Jaffrey, Winner of BBNYA 2021!
Book Tour Review: Our Bloody Pearl by D. N. Bryn
Today, I’m so excited, because it’s finally my stop on the book blog tour for Our Bloody Pearl by D. N. Bryn, a sea-faring fantasy adventure featuring a non-binary siren protagonist that took 4th place in the BBNYA 2021 awards.
Book Review: Fire Wave
Fire Wave is clearly filled with heart and passion, but unfortunately leaves a lot to be desired in it's execution.
This month, I wanted to talk about a show that I absolutely adore... but that also didn't get all the love it truly deserved when it was first released. Let's talk about Galavant.
Book Review: A Sea of Pearls & Leaves
With a fun and likeable trio of main characters, A Sea of Pearls & Leaves is a sweet and enchanting fairy-tale retelling that was a joy to read, even if it wasn't entirely what I expected
Book Tour Review: The Thirteenth Hour by Trudie Skies
I'm not sure if I can fairly call this a 'review'. Not because I won't be giving you my honest opinions on the book, but because this is going to be less of an attempt at a thoughtful critique and more like a highly embarrassing love letter to the author.