Today I’m going to introduce you to the Yakuza Path Box Set by Amy Tasukada. There’s a giveaway, but first: a little bit about the four books included.
Themes and genres: Contemporary Fiction, Thriller, Japan, crime, mafia, yakuza
Blood Stained Tea
A bloody past haunts him. A devastating present calls him back Continue reading
When I announced that I’d be featured in this year’s summer Wattpad Block Party, I told you that my post is on creating a fictional world. Well, that post is now up!
If you’d like to find the seven things you need to consider when you create a Fantasy/Sci-Fi/Paranormal world in order to make it as vivid and engaging as possible, check out my post; if you have any questions about what I’ve written, leave a comment and I’ll do my best to give you an informative answer.
As for my Wattpad Block Party giveaway: you have six days (until the end of August) to enter. The prizes are a chapter dedication, a shout-out on Wattpad (7K followers) and feedback on your blurb, cover and five chapters of your Wattpad story.
Have fun reading and good luck with the giveaway! 💙
There are a lot of books I’d like to read in 2018, but I’ve narrowed them down to thirteen to share with you. Before I tell you which they are, a few disclaimers:
- This isn’t a Top 13; the books are in no particular order.
- While some of these books are coming out this year (I’ve mentioned which), there are some that are older.
- Some of the new releases don’t have covers, titles or synopsis yet. In the case of the unknown titles, I’ll just write which series the book is from and the number it’s supposed to be; as for the About (synopsis), I’ll just explain what the series is about.
- I’ve divided the books in the following categories: Fiction Novels (8), Guides (3), and Manga/Graphic Novels (2).
Let’s start with…
— FICTION NOVELS —
1. The Alienist – Dr. Lazlo Kreizler, Book 1
Author: Caleb Carr
Themes & Genres: Historical, Mysteries, Psychological, murder
About: The year is 1896. The city is New York Continue reading
I’ve reviewed a total of thirty-five novels and short stories in 2017 – some of them came out that year, some are a bit older – and today I’m going to share my eight favorites with you. They are in the order of which I’ve posted their reviews. That’s why we are starting with…
Broken – Beautiful Monsters, Book III by Jex Lane
Genres: Fantasy, LGBT Literature
WARNING: Mature Content
Vampire. Incubus. Demigod. Weapon Continue reading
Themes & Genres: Literary Fiction, family, pets, cats
Pet owners know that a cat’s loyalty is not easily earned. Boo, a resourceful young feline with a keen eye and inquiring mind, has nonetheless grown intensely devoted to her human companion, Carrie. Several days ago, Carrie—or Mother, as Boo calls her—suddenly went away, leaving her family, including Boo, in disarray. Carrie’s husband, Tommy, is distant and distracted even as he does his best to care for Boo’s human siblings, especially baby Finn Continue reading
When I started doing book reviews on my blog, I decided to do at least one per month and I usually did just one. However, with the exception of January, this year has seen me review two or even three books per month. And this July?
I have three scheduled – two Fiction books and one guide – but, as always, a new ARC might pop up later on.
So which books are up for review this month?
The Magpie Lord – A Charm of Magpies, Book 1
Author: K.J. Charles
Themes & Genres: LGBT, Historical Romance, Victorian, magic
WARNING: Mature Content
A lord in danger. A magician in turmoil. A snowball in hell.
Exiled to China for twenty years, Lucien Vaudrey never planned to return to England. But with the mysterious deaths of his father and brother, it seems the new Lord Crane has inherited an earldom. He’s also inherited his family’s enemies. He needs magical assistance, fast. He doesn’t expect it to turn up angry Continue reading
Today, I’m interviewing Leah Crichton, author of Celebrity Status, Harlequin’s SYTYCW semi-finalist Before Sunday, 1/4 of the wattpad4, and fan-fiction guru. Or at least that’s what I’ve labeled her as when, during this interview, I found out about some amazing achievements of hers.