Review: When the Tiger Came Down the Mountain (The Singing Hills Cycle #2), by Nghi Vo (Fantasy; 2020) Vo (The Chosen and the Beautiful) is another repeat author for me. When the Tiger Came Down the Mountain follows The Empress of Salt and Fortune, though one could easily be read before the other. When the … Continue reading Review of When the Tiger Came Down the Mountain (Vo)
In less than two hours, Girl of Glass and Fury arrives! I’ll keep the price at 99c for the first week, so you can use this Universal Book Link to purchase it. Remember, if you haven’t read book one, that’s no problem! Girl of Glass and Fury takes place at the same time as Girl … Continue reading Girl of Glass and Fury Launch Day!
The Poppy War (The Poppy War #1), R.F. Kuang (Fantasy; May 2018) Warning: Moderate spoilers ahead. This book also requires several trigger warnings. “War doesn't determine who's right. War determines who remains,” says Fang Runin (“Rin”), heroine of The Poppy War, long before the horrors of war reach her. Her journey is jarring, unexpected and … Continue reading Review: The Poppy War (Kuang)
Hi all! It's me, your favorite author and book blogger who is never not behind on things! So what am I behind on this time, you might ask? Books I Recommend and Haven't Reviewed Yet Between Jobs, by W.R. Gingell - This book is the start of another madcap fantasy series, with a plucky, adaptable … Continue reading June updates
In a world where only one late-bloomer can save her people from a terrible fate, the time has come...for another Indie Book Spotlight! Tapestry of Night (Star Cast Series #1), by Elm Vince (2020; Romantic Fantasy) The opening chapter of Elm Vince’s Tapestry of Night shows us that fate can be written in the stars—if … Continue reading Indie Book Spotlight: Tapestry of Night (Vince)
You can get this (new adult dark fantasy novel)! At long last, my first novel is here! I’ll be keeping the price at 99c for a short while to celebrate and because, you know, marketing.If you’re still not sure if this book is for you, you can now head over to Smashwords to download a … Continue reading Girl of Shadow and Glass release day!
I'm back. I wanted to reaffirm my commitment to reading authors of diverse backgrounds, and stories featuring diversity and non-white leads (something particularly important in fantasy). I'm going to do this by making a more concentrated effort to read said books, and by making sure I review the ones I've already read. We've all seen … Continue reading Supporting diversity in fantasy