[Reviews] ‘The Guinevere Deception’ by Kiersten White

"There was nothing in the world as terrifying and magical as a girl on the cusp of womanhood." Princess Guinevere has come to Camelot to wed a stranger: the charismatic King Arthur. With magic clawing at the kingdom's borders, the great wizard Merlin conjured a solution--send in Guinevere to be Arthur's wife . . . …

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[Top 10] Ten Reasons to Read The Sweet Black Waves Trilogy by Kristina Perez

"They loved while they burned and they burned while they loved.” A new post today for you all today, intended to be quickly read! I'll be focusing on Kristina Perez's Celtic-inspired trilogy, and specifically on the first book Sweet Black Waves by telling you ten reasons why you should read it. Without further ado: Kiersten …

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[Blog Tour] The Girl The Sea Gave Back by Adrienne Young (Excerpt & Review!)

"There will always be war, Halvard. War is easy. It comes again and again, like waves to a shore." For as long as she can remember, Tova has lived among the Svell, the people who found her washed ashore as a child and use her for her gift as a Truthtongue. Her own home and …

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[Reviews] ‘Spin the Dawn’ by Elizabeth Lim (ARC)

"Sendo used to tell me fairy tales. How he’d love mine if he were still alive: the tale of a girl who’d sewn the sun, the moon, and the stars into three dresses.” Maia Tamarin dreams of becoming the greatest tailor in the land, but as a girl, the best she can hope for is …

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[Swift Reviews] ‘The Meaning of Birds’ by Jaye Robin Brown (ARC)

"Oh god. Stork rhymes with dork. Which I am. Because there’s no way you wanted all that trivia. Sorry, I’m ridiculously into birds. It’s a sickness.” Before, Jessica has always struggled with anger issues, but come sophomore year that all changes when Vivi crashes into her life. As their relationship blossoms, Vivi not only helps …

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[Reviews] ‘Aurora Rising’ by Jay Kristoff & Amie Kaufman (ARC)

"As I wait her out, I realise I’m sitting on a space station tens of thousands of light-years away from Earth. Totally alone. How did this become my life?” The year is 2380, and the graduating cadets of Aurora Academy are being assigned their first missions. Star pupil Tyler Jones is ready to recruit the …

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[Monthly Challenges] Announcing . . . ARO ACE APRIL! (Graphic Update!)

*throws confetti into the air* As I mentioned in my wrap-up post for #fffebruaryreads here, Imi and I have decided to host another monthly challenge - this time, Aro Ace April. I've been considering it for a little while, but when my friend Kelsea also suggested I do it, I knew it was something that should …

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[UKYA Features] “The Truth About Keeping Secrets” by Savannah Brown

A new installation on my blog that I hope to do with semi-regular frequency is this new idea I've had called "UKYA Features" which is exactly what it sounds like - it's a feature to highlight UKYA (or sometimes UK adult) literature. UKYA is such an incredible, diverse area - but it's also one that …

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[F/F February]: What I Discovered, What I Read (w/ mini reviews) & Announcing A New LGBTQ+ Themed Monthly Challenge!

So it's now March, and that means #fffebruaryreads is over. We had so much fun, and we're really grateful to everyone that partcipated and made it such a success! (Also yes, this title is quite a mouthful, apologies! But there's a lot of stuff in this blog post that I can't all fit in.) What …

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[Reviews] ‘A Curse So Dark and Lonely’ by Brigid Kemmerer (ARC)

"Fall in love. Break the curse." Prince Rhen, the heir to Emberfall, is cursed. Forced to repeat the autumn of his eighteenth year over and over, he can only be freed by love. But at the end of each autumn he is transformed into a beast hell-bent on destruction, and after so many failed attempts, …

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