Cover Reveal | On Destiny

I’m back with another exciting announcement from Aileen Erin! As you may know, I am a huge fan of her Aunare Chronicles series (keep an eye out for my ARC review of On Mission, book 3!) and today I am happy to help share the official cover reveal for ON DESTINY, book 4 in the series! Keep reading to find out more about this latest release or if you’re new to the series I’ve also included a mini review of book 1, Off Planet!

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One-line Reviews #3

Farewell February. Time for my post of one-line reviews for a few of the books I’ve read/finished this month. If you’re not a big fan of my usual sprawling review style then this is the complete opposite, getting straight to the point with just one line. Follow me on Goodreads if you’d like to keep up with all of the books I read each month.

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♕ Top Reads of 2020: Part 1 | June 2020

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I’ve had to cut down on my blogging time this year so instead of writing a review for every book I read (good, ho-hum, or bad) I decided to just post a mid-year and end-of-year wrap-up of my top recommended reads! I’ve written mini-reviews for you here but you can always hop on over to Goodreads to read more of my thoughts there as well as my thoughts on other books I’ve read so far this year. But without further ado, here’s what I really enjoyed and stood out to me these first six months of 2020… (listed alphabetically) 
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Off Planet

Off Planet (Aunare Chronicles #1) by Aileen Erin (2019)

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YA/NA Fiction | Sci-Fi | Space Opera
5 starsBlurb:

“In an all-too-plausible future where corporate conglomerates have left the world’s governments in shambles, anyone with means has left the polluted Earth for the promise of a better life on a SpaceTech owned colony among the stars.

Maité Martinez is the daughter of an Earther Latina and a powerful Aunare man, an alien race that SpaceTech sees as a threat to their dominion. When tensions turn violent, Maité finds herself trapped on Earth and forced into hiding. Continue reading