I'm going to be starting a new blog series focusing on female fantasy writers!
February has been a bit of a rough month, but I've made it through and did a decent amount of reading at the same time!
All I knew about Miriam Toews prior to the wonderful night I met her, was that she wrote "the chicken book" (more commonly known to people as A Complicated Kindness). However, upon hearing about the content of her latest novel, Women Talking, there was no way I wasn't going to attend the first stop on her wonderful... Continue Reading →
As any creative person can tell you, having a block in your inspiration is probably one of the worst things ever. But over coming a block and making things work in art or writing is probably one of the best things ever. Currently I'm working on something of a semi-secret fantasy series with the incredibly talented Laura... Continue Reading →
I've skipped a few days because I'm trying this new thing where I don't force myself to do photos. I'm never happy with my photos when I do that so I'm trying something new. But here we are on this lovely Saturday with a new post! Today's challenge theme is Want To Re-Read, and my... Continue Reading →
Last Shot by Daniel José Older is one of the first Star Wars books of the year that I've been truly dying for. A pre-trilogy set story based around Han and Lando? Yes please! Older's novel jumps back and forth through time, covering not only a new heist than Han and Lando are on, but jumped back far... Continue Reading →
So if you know a single thing about me, you know just how much I adore my sweet sobachka, Nikolaj Lantsov of Leigh Bardugo's Grisha Trilogy. He is honestly the best part about the series and after finally finishing Ruin & Rising earlier this year, all I could think was "Nikolaj deserved better". I just about died when Leigh announced... Continue Reading →
I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review I going to start off this review like I usually do when it comes to collections like this: I'm honestly the worst person when it comes to analyzing poetry and that's why I don't often read it. However, I... Continue Reading →
I received an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Considering the hype that surrounds this upcoming book, I was very excited to be approved for the ARC on NetGalley. Although it lost me here and there, I found it to be a fun story with interesting characters. The... Continue Reading →