I read Rise of Gaia by Kristin Ward for a book tour hosted by The Write Reads. Dave provided a free copy of the book for an honest review and I couldn’t be more excited. You might remember I reviewed another of Kristin’s books last year and it didn’t click. But this one very much
Lost Wolf by Stacy Claflin is a paranormal romance about werewolves. Toby wants to save his friend Victoria from a notorious family. Three stars.
Tessa explores the ins and outs of writing about your own hometown if it isn’t widely known. Especially if supernatural beings live there as well.
It’s #indieapril, a month in which indies get some extra love. I want to highlight some of the indie authors whose stories have touched me in the last years.
Rippler by Cidney Swanson is a typical YA paranormal romance, but with an interesting twist. No vampires or werewolves in this one. Three stars.
The Grey Ones by Yvonne J. Smit is a memoir about her life with a gift not many people have. She shares her story with her children. 4,5 stars.
A review of Runes by Ednah Walters. 1,5 stars for this paranormal romance with an original take on Norse mythology and an unsatisfying ending.
I found The Diviners on a shelf at the back of the library. A place where I usually don’t go but will visit now more often. It’s the children’s department, but the young adult section is there as well (still classified as children’s literature). There are also a few shelves that house the foreign language
The Summoning by Kelley Armstrong is the first in the ‘Darkest Powers’-series. A group of teenagers find that they have something in common, something other than the doctors say. Follow the teens as they find out more about the truth and how it affects them and their relationships with others. It received 3,5 stars.
After a month long of working on a historical novel and reading non fiction, I was in desperate need of some Young Adult (YA) romance and I thought The Path Keeper fit the bill. Soon after I started reading, I forgot the time and I had other things to do. I didn’t put it down again after I continued reading. It’s a perfect summer read for when you have time to finish a book in one go.