Book Blitz | Love, Loss, and Life in Between

I’m happy to be participating in the official blog blitz for Suzanne Rogerson’s new collection of short stories! As the tittle suggests, the theme of this collection is all about love, loss, and the moments of life in between and it is written through the lens of the fantasy genre. Keep reading for more on the collection as well as my review!

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Book Blitz | Station Eternity

I’m very excited to be participating in the official book blitz for Mur Lafferty’s book STATION ETERNITY! This “Midsomer Murders meets Doctor Who” sci-fi murder mystery was fun to read and I look forward to more in The Midsolar Murders series! Keep reading for more on the book, the author, plus read an excerpt and my review!

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Spotlight: Nova’s Blade

Today I’m sharing about debut author Will Scifi’s new YA Dystopian Cyberpunk book titled NOVA’S BLADE. I was lucky enough to receive an ARC and it’s definitely what it claims to be, by which I mean you’re going to want to give it a look. Filled with a sci-fi skewed dystopian society, complex characters, and plenty of action and plot twists, Nova’s Blade will have you leaning in with curiosity, gasping in horror, cheering in support, and grasping for the next book. If you’ve enjoyed other reads such as The Hunger Games, The Selection, or The Princess Trials, then this just might be your next choice! Keep reading this post for more on the book and the author as well as an excerpt!

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Release Day! | Recorder

Cathy McCrumb’s debut novel, RECORDER, is OUT NOW!!! Recorder kicks off the Children of the Consortium, a sci-fi series that exhilarates, fascinates, and tugs on the heartstrings. Filled with incredible characters, thrilling adventure, captivating story lines, and written in a prose that manages to be both distinct and lovely. You really do not want to pass up this book! Keep reading my post for more on the book and author as well as praise for Recorder and my own review! I’m so happy I nabbed a spot on McCrumb’s Street Team to share her book with you all because it’s seriously so good.

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Spotlight: Revenge de los Muertos

I couldn’t resist putting together a lil spotlight post for an upcoming release that I am SO excited for! Author Talis Jones has a new series coming out and this time she’s selected the urban fantasy genre. As you all know, I read almost every genre out there but when I need something fun, something to take me away from whatever is causing me stress in my life, I often turn to paranormal or urban fantasy (the difference between the two remains largely unknown to me, I admit). There’s just something about magic or the supernatural set in a world of Walmarts, roller rinks, and student loans that is fun to me. It’s our world, but with a little extra.

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2019 Indie Spotlight

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In addition to my usual end-of-year/new-year’s posts of my Top Books Read and Top Anticipated Reads, I’d like to do a post that highlights some of my favorite self-published/indie author/indie pub. books that I’ve read this year. My blog is open to all submissions and this leads to quite the variety of reads (which I love!) and so this post will be a moment to promote and praise some of my Top 2019 Reads that you won’t find being pushed and flaunted in major bookstores. Hopefully something will catch your eye! Continue reading

2018 Indie Spotlight

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This year I’ve decided that in addition to my usual end-of-year/new-year’s posts of my Top Books Read and Top Anticipated Reads, that I’d like to do a post that highlights some of my favorite self-published/indie author books that I’ve read this year. My blog is open to all submissions and this leads to quite the variety of reads (which I love!) and so this post will be a moment to promote and praise some of my Top 2018 Reads that you won’t find being pushed and flaunted in major bookstores. Hopefully something will catch your eye!

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