"Merlin loved magic, but sometimes it was unmistakably the worst." Once & Future was one of my favorite reads last year. The imagination of putting the legend of King Arthur in space with a diverse set of knights and a girl as King was genius. I loved every single twist and turn and thought the [...]
"I'd just spent the past ten minutes getting slapped around by good and bad luck in such rapid succession, I didn't know what to think." If you're looking for the perfect summer contemporary with a sci-fi twist, do yourself a favor and grab Me Myself & Him. Chris Schweitzer has nothing but the perfect summer [...]
What do you get when you take a few necromancers, a beast master, and a Queen trying to change a country? A delicious new novel!!!
** This review was originally published on http://www.teenreads.com, see it HERE ** "Rebellion was in Cassa's blood. She'd been born a rebel, rocked in a cradle while her parents whispered treasonous plans by firelight." Full of dark magic, treachery and a diverse cast of characters with plenty of sass, BENEATH THE CITADEL is a fantasy [...]
Happy Wednesday! Today, I am super excited to be part of the blog tour for this stunning book, Dream Country! This incredible own voices book was released yesterday, and is so, so worth the read! Be sure to stop by An Existence Transcribed and Alohamora Open a Book for their reviews. Tomorrow In Tori Lex is posting her review and on Friday [...]
It's stabby Monday!!! Again! I have to admit, I look forward to Monday far more than I used to. I don't know what that says about me, except stabbing characters gets me through the week. Don't judge!!! This week marks the end of June, which feels insane! As June is Pride Month, I thought our [...]
"The problem with your best friend dying is that there's no one to sit with you at funerals." Being a teenage witch in a small town isn't easy. But at least life was easier with best friend and fellow amateur witch, Riley, by her side. When two girls from their High School die in an [...]
"We were all villains in the beginning." Renegades, though made to feel as if ripped from the pages of comics, is actually far from the typical comic-book style story. While we deal with heroes and villains, the more you read, the more you realize that the lines between those two aren't quite as clear as [...]