#Indieapril Author Spotlight: Blake Arthur Peel

Blake Arthur Peel was one of the finalists of BBNYA 2020 with his book Ranger’s Oath, the first book in his Fall of Radiance series. Many of my fellow panelists loved this book and it ended up in the fifth place, which isn’t bad. The scores for all of the finalists were incredibly close. If Read More

#Indieapril Author Spotlight: Josie Jaffrey

I’m a big fan of Josie Jaffrey. Her vampire books are absolutely amazing, and I loved every bit of it. Besides being an excellent writer, she’s also a kind and fun person. She’s one of the few indie authors that sends physical ARCs to international bloggers. She really cares about the community. So here’s a Read More

#Indieapril Author Spotlight: Heleen Kist

I’ve been following Heleen Kist for a few years now and she’s truly a kind person. She’s a Dutch author living in Glasglow (which I totally love) so we had a few things in common when we connected. I’m not a big fan of thrillers but recently had the chance to read her latest book Read More

Booktour: Karolina Dalca: Dark Eyes by M. R. Noble

Thank you to The Write Reads and the author for the free copy as part of the book tour. Below is my honest opinion of the book. Dark Eyes starts off as a typical urban fantasy with a vampire and a werewolf. Karolina is a half-vampire, and her childhood friend happens to be a werewolf, Read More

Booktour: Stay Mad, Sweetheart by Heleen Kist

I’ll be honest, this is a difficult review for me to write. Stay Mad, Sweetheart by Heleen Kist touches on current subjects like sexual harassment and online bullying. It also starts with off-page suicide. So trigger warnings apply. While I knew it had to do with the #metoo movement, I wasn’t expecting the suicide and Read More

Work In Progress: Short Stories and MICE

The past two weeks, I’ve worked on several short stories as a break from working on novels. I love writing them, as you can see with Tales of Lunis Aquaria, and I want to release a second volume of short stories from Lunis Aquaria soon. Next year maybe? Who knows. All I can say for Read More

13 Diverse Fantasy Books Released in 2021

Because my TBR isn’t large enough already, and I really like overviews of new books, I’m presenting thirteen diverse fantasy books released this year already. I’m pretty excited to check these out. Have you read any of these yet? Winter Orbit by Everina Maxwell Release date: February 2nd, 2021 Summary While the Iskat Empire has Read More