The #Doves Present. . . MASH! (#AceOfShades Edition)
In Promo
March 5, 2018

The #Doves Present. . . MASH! (#AceOfShades Edition)

Within the borders of the Deadman District, the assassin gang of New Reynes met in secret to bring sinners of all ages a new game of chance. For those new to the city must learn their place and soon. Presenting the MASH game of the year! City of Sin style ūüėČ How to Play: Pick a number between 1 and […]

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All Bark and No Bite | Mistwood by Leah Cypess
In Book Review
March 1, 2018

All Bark and No Bite | Mistwood by Leah Cypess

If you were to create¬†Mistwood from a recipe, you’d see one part magical forest, a dash of shifter skills, one smattering of princely awe, and sprinkles of intrigue amid a kingdom on the verge of turmoil. All elements I often enjoy in a book. But when this one was baked through, the inside remained uncooked and raw. Truly, it’s a […]

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Review – The First Kiss of Spring by Emily March
In Book Review
February 20, 2018

Review – The First Kiss of Spring by Emily March

I have a lot of mixed feelings about¬†The First Kiss of Spring. This was probably one of the first romances I’ve read where some of the harsher truths of reality were brought to the forefront. Definite trigger warnings for addiction and drug abuse, as well as child abuse in lesser detail. Let’s start with Caitlin. She acts like a child […]

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Scriptology, Science, and Fantasy | The Inspiration Behind Ink, Iron, and Glass
In Blog Tour, Guest Post
February 14, 2018

Scriptology, Science, and Fantasy | The Inspiration Behind Ink, Iron, and Glass

Good morning, my fellow book lovers! Today I’m excited to host Gwendolyn Clare, author of the upcoming debut¬†Ink, Iron, and Glass out February 20, 2018! She’s here to talk about the inspiration behind this new YA fantasy that y’all¬†definitely need to put on your TBRs! Behind the Scenes with¬†Ink, Iron, and Glass I loved the Myst video game series as […]

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Review – My Once and Future Duke by Caroline Linden
In Book Review
February 12, 2018

Review – My Once and Future Duke by Caroline Linden

This was an. . . interesting book. I can’t quite place why I’m not rating it higher, if I’m being honest, because I ultimately enjoyed it and had it started and finished within a few hours (so clearly¬†something¬†was working). To start, this book stood out for a couple reasons. The leading lady, Sophie, is¬†not¬†part of the London¬†ton. Not like you […]

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On Creating a Brand: Who are you as a Book Professional?
In Discussion
February 11, 2018

On Creating a Brand: Who are you as a Book Professional?

I’ve always struggled with the whole “brand” concept. I look at businesses who have their logo stamped on everything and I just¬†know who they are or what they represent. Whether it’s a favorite drink or type of computer, I never have to question or doubt. As a blogger, I’ve never really known how to create that for myself. Because if […]

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Review – Daughter of the Siren Queen by Tricia Levenseller
In Book Review
February 10, 2018

Review – Daughter of the Siren Queen by Tricia Levenseller

Last year I went on a swashbuckling adventure with the young pirate captain, Alosa, and she’s back for another voyage across the seas that left no room for dull moments. Daughter of the Siren Queen picks up where the last book left off with Alosa seeking one final piece of the map to one of the largest (if not the¬†largest)¬†treasure […]

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