A Court of Thorns and Roses Review

                                          GoodReads:Feyre's survival rests upon her ability to hunt and kill – the forest where she lives is a cold, bleak place in the long winter months. So when she spots a deer in the… Continue reading A Court of Thorns and Roses Review

5 King Arthur Retellings to Add to Your TBR

Hey all! After putting up my review yesterday for The Guinevere Deception and currently reading The Camelot Betrayal, I'm thinking that it's time to just put up a list of a few King Arthur Retellings you might want to add to your TBR and that are certainly mine if I haven't read them yet, so… Continue reading 5 King Arthur Retellings to Add to Your TBR

2019 Retellings I Read & Loved

Hey all, I've felt in a retelling mood lately, maybe because I read so many fantastic ones last year. Here are the ones that debuted last year that I read and reviewed [except I haven't reviewed Stepsister yet. Click on the picture to be taken to my review post, click on the link under to be… Continue reading 2019 Retellings I Read & Loved

Ed Book Fest Day 3

Hey everyone! So last night was my final day attending the Edinburgh International Book Festival. I'm now poor and more than that, I hate going around Edinburgh when it's full-blown festival season.  [Road rage while walking is REAL for August in that city, folks] Who did I go see? The lovely Samantha Shannon again AND Holly… Continue reading Ed Book Fest Day 3

The Return of King Lillian Review

GoodReads: The Return of King Lillian is a mythic journey tale - a metaphysical fantasy for dreamers and nonconformists of all ages. So, why the manly moniker in tandem with the womanly name? "The Firstborn Child of The Emperor-King Inherits the Ruling Crown, the Title of Emperor-King and All Powers Thereof." (Item 37, The Royal Manual) Enter Lillian,… Continue reading The Return of King Lillian Review