First off, here's what I read this month and I've divided it up by rating! Cup Reads Cup Reads Cup Read Cup Reads Cup Read Cup Reads Clicking on the book cover will take you to my… Continue reading May Rewind
Summary: The second part of Arthur and Jo’s strange adventures throughout the land of Discoucia, and a time when Archie the Water Goddess has made the ultimate sacrifice to rid the world of her nemesis, Cordelia Paradise, the Fire Goddess. However, things rarely go to plan and Arthur finds himself at war with Archie’s hidden… Continue reading Gemenicia Blog Tour
It's time for the WWW Wednesday meme brought to you all by Taking on a World of Words What Are You Currently Reading? GoodReads Blurb: The second part of Arthur and Jo’s strange adventures throughout the land of Discoucia, and a time when Archie the Water Goddess has made the ultimate sacrifice to rid the… Continue reading WWW Wednesday
This post I guess is more of just a discussion post, but I'd like to add that on any of my posts whether I say so or not, I want you to drop your opinions like they're hot. Because I trust you all can be civil and I trust I can be civil so even… Continue reading Supporting Authors & Supporting ‘Us’
Synopsis: Ruby Chernyavsky has been told the stories since she was a child: The women in her family, once possessed of great magical abilities to remake lives and stave off death itself, were forced to flee their Russian home for America in order to escape the fearful men who sought to destroy them. Such… Continue reading The Wise and the Wicked Blog Tour
Hey all! If you follow me on Twitter, hopefully, you've seen that I'm in the works with starting my own series. It's called #ComparingNotes Hey fellow #BookBloggers I'm going to be starting a new series called #ComparingNotes and it will be a collab post discussing a #book we have both #read, can be differing opinions,… Continue reading New ‘Series’ In the Works!
GoodReads: Emerging out of the 1940-1941 London Blitz, the drama of these two short works, a novel and a memoir, comes from the courage and endurance of ordinary people met in the factories, streets and lodging houses of a city under bombardment. Inez Holden's novella Night Shift follows a largely working-class cast of characters for… Continue reading Blitz Writing ARC Review