Infernal Contracts Update

This is a hard post to write but it’s also really exciting. I’ll get the bad news out of the way quickly: Lucifer’s Favour and Beelzebub’s Bargain won’t be released until later this year. The good news is that the whole trilogy will have awesome new covers (yes, the first one too). I’m basically waiting Read More

Book Tour: Instructions For Dancing – Nicola Yoon

Thank you to The Write Reads and the publisher Penguin for the arc. Once upon a time, I had ballroom dancing lessons, so when I read the blurb for Instructions For Dancing by Nicola Yoon, I was sold immediately. It was already on my TBR before I even signed up for the tour. Instructions For Read More

Review: Fireheart Tiger by Aliette de Bodard

Fireheart Tiger is Aliette de Bodard’s latest novella. It’s another fantasy story with a Vietnamese inspired world, this time, pre-colonial. It’s short, bittersweet, and left me wanting more. Thanh has a complicated history and it’s coming back to haunt her in various ways. The fire and seduction complicate the political situation between her country and Read More

7 Circus-themed Books

I can’t explain why books featuring circuses draw me in. Is it the mystery? Is the magic? Is it plain escapism? Is it because of the endless possibilities? I don’t know, but I do know the books listed below are ready to show you all sides of circus life. The good, the bad, and the Read More

Book Tour: Shards of Earth – Adrian Tchaikovsky

Thanks to The Write Reads and the publisher Tor UK for an ARC of the book. Shards of Earth by Adrian Tchaikovsky is the first installment in his new science-fiction series, The Final Architects. This is the first book by Adrian Tchaikovsky I’ve read, although I do have one of his fantasy books sitting on Read More

My Favourite Authortubes And Podcasts

As an aspiring or beginning indie author, the business side of things might be overwhelming. Where do you even start? And what do you do once you hit publish? Why aren’t my books selling? There are people who are very willing to explain it in detail for a hefty price. But not every aspiring or Read More

Review: Wicked As You Wish by Rin Chupeco

I’ll be honest, I read Wicked As You Wish last summer, nearly a year ago. But I couldn’t not write a review, right? I think Rin Chupeco needs more recognition, and this is the first book I’m reviewing of her, The Bone Witch patiently waiting for when I have a little more time. Still, without Read More