by Lisa DeSelm Pirouette spends her days busy helping her father, Gephardt the puppetmaster. Aside from performing marionette shows, Piro helps her father crafts the dozens and dozens of life-sized wooden soldiers the Margrave, the ruler of Tavia, has ordered. And in everything she does, Piro guards her secret: that she was once a marionette, … Continue reading Book Review: The Puppetmaster’s Apprentice
by Caroline George *cover image from publisher* ***This review is in a different format than normal since it was originally written for Netgalley*** I typically don't read books that are more centered on a romance plot, but after I kept hearing so much buzz about Dearest Josephine, I decided to go ahead and request an … Continue reading Book Review: Dearest Josephine
I am super excited to get to be a part of the blog tour for Lament by Laura L. Zimmerman today! Lament is the second book in the Banshee Song Series, published by Love2ReadLove2Write Publishing, or L2L2 as they're also called. Before I get into my review of Lament and my interview with Laura, here's … Continue reading Lament Blog Tour + an Interview with the Author
by Karina Yan Glaser Adventure never seems to leave the Vanderbeekers! As autumn and the start of a new school year roll around, the Vanderbeekers are busy helping Mr. Beiderman prepare for the city marathon and trying to figure out who the mysterious person sleeping the community garden shed is. When the Vanderbeekers do discover … Continue reading Book Review: The Vanderbeekers, Lost and Found
by Nova McBee Josephine River's world is made up of numbers. She sees the world in calculations, allowing her to mathematically predict things before they happen and also to make the best business moves after a mere glance at the numbers. When Jo leaves her father's business to join a company that works with prodigies, … Continue reading Book Review: Calculated
by Nadine Brandes Thomas Fawkes has longed for the day when he will receive his color mask. He is certain that he will bond with the color Gray and finally be able to drive the Stone Plague out of his eye. Sure, no one else has ever managed to color speak the Stone Plague away, … Continue reading Book Review: Fawkes
You may have noticed that I keep talking about the "Ink Drinker Book Box". What is this Ink Drinker Book Box? I'm glad you asked. The Ink Drinker Book Box, or Ink Drinker as I shorten it to, is a book box company, ran by me, focusing on clean reads. Every other month, I select … Continue reading The Ink Drinker Book Box
So I know that when I posted my blogging break announcement, I said that I'd probably come back to blogging around the beginning of December. And now we're into January. Sorry. But my long blogging break was good, and a little necessary. At the beginning of December, I was super busy with the Ink Drinker … Continue reading I’m back!
Hey guys! I just wanted to let you all know that things are going to be a quiet around here for a little bit. Between NaNoWriMo and launching the Ink Drinker Book Box (post coming soon for those who aren't on my newsletter!) and work, I've been really busy. So I'm going to take a … Continue reading Blogging Break
Today I am super excited to get to be a part of the blog tour for The Rivers Lead Home and Other Stories by Emily Hayse! The Rivers Lead Home is a collection of short stories set in the world first explored in Emily's award-winning novel Seventh City. (Keep an eye out for my review … Continue reading The Rivers Lead Home and Other Stories Blog Tour!