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: 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

#Indieapril Author Spotlight: Day Leitao

Day Leitao I’m originally from Brazil but I’ve been living in Canada for over 10 years now. I have some influence from Brazilian writers and Brazilian culture, but I also read popular books in English. I watched some Anime as a kid, my favorite being Yamato.I’ve always loved to write stories, and I like to Read More

#Indieapril Author Spotlight: Sarra Cannon

Sarra Cannon is an indie author, entrepreneur, Youtuber, mother of two, and so much more. She’s published over twenty five books and there’s no stopping her. In May she’ll publish her latest entry in the Shadow Demon saga. You can read the first books for free or listen to Sarra reading them out loud on Read More

#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

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 Read More

19 Asian Sci-Fi/Fantasy Books released in 2020

With the amount of new books beings released every week, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Honestly, I can’t even keep track of every book coming out, especially if you also consider all the new indie releases. That’s why I made a list of nineteen science-fiction/fantasy books from Asian authors that caught my eye. All of Read More

Review: The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton

I read The Belles by Dhonielle Clayton when I was in Japan. I hoped it wouldn’t be too heavy, but I was already in too deep when I realised what it really was about. This book kept me company during my jetlagged hours on my ereader. The screen was lit and my husband could still Read More