ARC Review: Of Dragons, Feasts and Murders by Aliette de Bodard

Of Dragons, Feasts and Murders is a standalone novella in the Dominion of the Fallen series. You don’t have to have read the other books to enjoy this one. I’ve only read part of the series and could follow it easily. No previous knowledge required. The author was kind enough to send me an ARC

Best Reads of 2020 (so far)

We’re halfway through the year (even if it might not seem like it) so it’s time to review the goals I set at the beginning of the year. I set my Goodreads Reading Challenge at 30 with the intention to read more physical chonkers that are weighing down my shelves. I didn’t actually read that

Spotlight: The Angel Of Evil by Kenneth B. Andersen

This post contains affiliate links. Click here for the full disclosure. Welcome to the blog tour of Kenneth B. Andersen’s four book in the Great Devil War series, The Angel of Evil. As I’ve not read it yet, I’ve opted to do a spotlight instead. Reviews will come to the blog later. Thank you again

Review: Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

I just finished reading Gods of Jade and Shadow when Mexican Gothic was added to Netgalley. I requested it, thinking I won’t be approved, but I was! So thank you to Netgalley, Milly Reid, and the publisher for letting me read this ARC. Even though I don’t read gothic stories, I knew what the genre

Visual Novel: An Interactive Approach To Storytelling

Today, I want to talk about something lighter. I could’ve picked another heavy subject with everything going on in the book world but I won’t. Let’s talk stories. I game a lot in spare time and have do since I was little. My dream job, if I ever want to work for/with someone else again,

#BlackoutBestsellerList – My Picks And More Recommendations

Amistad Books started a great initiative to elevate black voices in the publishing world with the hashtag #BlackoutBestsellerList. See their tweet below. https://twitter.com/AmistadBooks/status/1272151946082881538 You still have one day to participate and buy books by black authors. It doesn’t matter which books, or where from. Every sale is more support. We, as a community, can show

Review: Killian’s Dead by Josie Jaffrey

Killian’s Dead is a short 60-page story released as a prelude to Josie Jaffrey’s new series, Seekers. Reviewing a short story is pretty hard especially when you don’t want to spoil too much. So I’m not going into the story too much. Killian’s Dead is a suspense story, and it’s doing it well. Instead of