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Book Review: Silverblood

by Jamie Foley *Cover image and synopsis from publisher's website* The Jade Witch sacrifices everything to save her people from one enemy—by forging an alliance with another. A desperate chieftess. Brooke’s treetop city is a charred husk of its former glory. Her people demand revenge against the Emberhawk tribe, blind to the larger threat: the… Continue reading Book Review: Silverblood

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Book Review: Emberhawk

by Jamie Foley ***Cover image and synopsis from Goodreads*** The elementals have decided they're gods, and humans are nothing but fuel for their fire. A starving trapper. Merciless drought withers Kira's ranch, leaving her family hungry—and desperate enough to cross the border into the forbidden forest to trap wild game. But the forest is infested… Continue reading Book Review: Emberhawk

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Book Review: A Little Taste of Poison

by R. J. Anderson ***Cover and synopsis from Goodreads*** The city of Tarreton is powered by magic, from simple tablets that light lamps to advanced Sagery that can murder a man from afar. Isaveth has a talent for spell-making, but as a girl from a poor neighborhood she never dreamed she could study at the… Continue reading Book Review: A Little Taste of Poison

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Book Review: Shadow

by Kara Swanson *Cover from Goodreads* Peter Pan and Claire have made it to Neverland--but it's not the island they were expecting. After arriving with Captain Hook, Claire finds herself a prisoner upon his pirate ship, forced to watch a shattered Neverland from afar and wonder where her brother is. When Claire manages to escape… Continue reading Book Review: Shadow

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Blog Tour: Ignite by Jenna Terese

I am so excited to get to be a part of the blog tour for Ignite today! Ignite is a YA superhero novel by Jenna Terese, and it just released on July 2nd! Congratulations Jenna! I got to read an ARC of Ignite and do an interview with Jenna as well, but before I get… Continue reading Blog Tour: Ignite by Jenna Terese

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Book Review: The Luck Child

by Rebekah Shafer ***cover image from Goodreads*** No one remembers Cabernet. They only remember the myth, the legend, the name--but not the man. Everyone forgets him. Only fairy-kind remembers Cabernet, so what else is a wandering, forgotten orphan supposed to do besides get involved with fairy affairs, often acting as the mediator between fairies and… Continue reading Book Review: The Luck Child

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Blog Tour: These War-Torn Hands

I am so excited to get to be a part of the blog tour for These War-Torn Hands by Emily Hayse, the first book in the Knights of Tin and Lead series! These War-Torn Hands is an YA Western fantasy that's also an Arthurian retelling! Curious now? Here's the full blurb: "They say this land… Continue reading Blog Tour: These War-Torn Hands

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Book Review: How to Get Away with Myrtle

by Elizabeth C. Bunce **Cover image from Goodreads** Myrtle Hardcastle solved the murder of her neighbor. The last thing she wants to do now is going on is take a seaside vacation with her Aunt Helena. However, Myrtle has no say in the matter, and so she, Aunt Helena, and Miss Judson board a private… Continue reading Book Review: How to Get Away with Myrtle

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Book Review: Premediated Myrtle

by Elizabeth C. Bunce **Cover image from Goodreads** Myrtle Hardcastle is considered an unusual child by most adults. Being fascinated with science, police investigations, toxicology, and other things considering unfitting of ladies of quality will do that. When Myrtle's neighbor suddenly dies under mysterious circumstances, Myrtle instantly assumes that some sort of foul play is… Continue reading Book Review: Premediated Myrtle

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Book Review: Secrets in the Mist

by Morgan L. Busse **cover image from publisher's website** Secrets in the Mist is the first steampunk novel I've ever read. I was super excited when I first learned about Secrets in the Mist because I wanted to read steampunk, but couldn't find any books I thought I'd like. So while I'm talking about steampunk,… Continue reading Book Review: Secrets in the Mist