Some of my very favorite books focus on rebellion, so I am SUPER excited to share this list. I honestly didn't even realize how many of my faves have rebellious elements until forming this list but wow do I love a coup! 1. The Bone Season by Samantha Shannon. If you have known me for … Continue reading Friday Favorites: Rebellious Books!!!
The Bone Charmer by Breeana Sheilds appealed to me immediately. I first read about it 6 months ago, and I was lucky enough to meet Breeana at Emerald City Comic con, and pick up an advanced copy of her newest book. I'm excited to talk about this book for so many reasons. I think it … Continue reading THE BONE CHARMER ARC Review: Carefully Crafted, Reader Approved
Woo baby I am nervous about this review. xD I am so thrilled I was able to read Aurora Rising before its release in May, and I absolutely loved it!!! I don't think this review requires much preamble, so let's get into it. Click here for the Synopsis! From the internationally bestselling authors of THE … Continue reading AURORA RISING: Netgalley Reivew
Tomorrow!!! It's out tomorrow! It's not an April Fools joke, it's not months away anymore, it's finally here! In the lead up to this book, I have read it twice, reviewed it, shared posts, photos, and tweets all because I LOVE IT SO MUCH!!! I struggled with some YA fantasy recently, and this book made … Continue reading Interview with WICKED SAINTS author Emily Duncan!
I had the chance to sit down with a lot of amazing prose and comics writers during Emerald City Comic Con. It was amazing to talk with them all about their perspectives on writing, and in this interview in particular, feminism! Tricia and Allie were both lovely to chat with, they definitely helped to lift … Continue reading Interview with Tricia Levenseller & Alexandra Christo
Hard to believe, but ECCC 2019 is ending! This was my first year as an attendee, and I was also lucky enough to do some press things. I have a ton of fun interviews to share with writers of both prose and graphic novels. Some of them I have talked about on the blog before, … Continue reading Emerald City Comic Con 2019 Wrap Up
I requested a digital arc of Voices from NetGalley. I was thrilled to see the approval for this one in my inbox because I have long held a fascination for Joan of Arc. Back in middle school, I did a big research project about her, and I just fell in love with her moving and … Continue reading Voices: The Final Hours of Joan of Arc – NetGalley Review