Mid-Year Reading Challenge Update

Hello! Hello! Fellow Bookworms! Today marks the end of June and moves us into the second half of the year. At the beginning of the year, I had set some reading goals. This year, I didn't want to just read to hit a number, but wanted to expand the types of challenges I did, and [...]

Arboria Park – Review

"The moment I learned about the power of place and the world beyond home, I was crouching on the cement curb in front of our house on Arbor Circle." From her earliest memories, all Stacy Halloran wanted was to explore the streets of her neighborhood, Arboria Park. Being able to go farther and farther as [...]

Woman No. 17 – Review

"You think you know how a story begins, or how it's going to turn out, especially when it's your own. You don't." Lady Daniels needs many things in her life. She needs a break from her husband. She needs to finish her memoir. She needs a nanny. Karl has already moved out, and in order [...]

The Crowns of Croswald – Review

"In Croswald, the only thing more powerful than dark magic in one secret..." This book was a delight! A magical, joyful delight! At the very beginning, we are introduced to Derwin Edward Night, a young and talented scrivenist heading to serve his new Royal family. Except, he never quite makes it and we are left [...]

Broken Branches – Review

"Family curses don't exist." At the start, we are introduced to Ian Perkins. A man brought back to live in his childhood home with his wife and young son due to tragedy. And from the very beginning, we see that something is very wrong. Rachel and Ian aren't really speaking and seem to live two [...]

Hum If You Don’t Know the Words – Review

Heartbreaking and tragic. Powerful and poetic. It will be a long, long time before this book leaves me. I went into this book a little blind. As my TBR piled up, I simply made a list of which reviews were due and dove in. The title didn't reveal much so I wasn't quite sure what [...]

Nyxia – Review

"Unlearn your idea of impossible." Five words that summarize the incredible ride this book is about to take you on. To call this debut stunning doesn't feel impactful enough. This book is nuclear in it's impact! Emmett finds himself about to board a spaceship. A winning ticket to a life he and his family have [...]

Grace – Review

Some books you read in great gasping gulps. You devour them. Each word a gluttonous indulgence that you cannot get enough of. Other books demand patience. They require you to slow down. Rather than devouring the words, you sip them, you taste them. They force you to savor each letter. To let them seep into [...]

Review – Girl on the Verge

Girl on the Verge by Pintip Dunn My rating: 3 of 5 stars "My cheeks burn. A foreigner. I may be the daughter of Thai parents, but I was born and raised in America. Which means I'll never be Thai enough. I'll never be good enough." Kan lives in between two cultures. She isn't Thai [...]

GODSGRAVE UK/Aus Cover

Jay Kristoff - Literary Giant

UK and Aus Droogs!

You wonderful peeps have been very patient, and lo, that patience is about to be rewarded. At long last, thanks to amazing talents of Mr Kerby Rosanes and the amazing design crew at Harper Voyager UK/Aus, I get to reveal the UK/Aus GODSGRAVE COVER.

I’m not exactly sure what I did to make the cover gods love me so much. Maybe I saved a screaming bus-load of their demigod children in a past life or something. But holy shit, this thing is awesome πŸ˜€

GODSGRAVE is now available for preorder from the following amazing stores:

UK

Waterstones
Book Depository
Amazon

Aus

Booktopia
Dymocks
Book Depository

Readings (soon)
Amazon

Full version of cover (with flaps and back copy) coming soon.

Un-animated version below.

Details about the Waterstones and Goldsboro special editions are coming soon, I promise. I know the wait is literally killing some of you, thank…

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