Song Request Book Tag

I was tagged for this fun book and music tag by Brittany over at Perfectly Tolerable - a fantastic book blog and you should check it out if you're not already following. 😀 Rules Thank and link back to the tagger. Credit to Daniel @ Page to Page Listen to tagger’s song requests! After you’re done listening... Continue Reading →

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Monthly Wrap Up: January 2019

Oh my gosh, I can't believe an entire month of 2019 has gone by already! That means the year is 1/12th of the way over, and I still have about a billion books to get to! Welp, better up my game I guess, haha. (Although, honestly, not sure how I could do that other than... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Roar of Sky by Beth Cato

Summary: Thanks to her geomantic magic, Ingrid has successfully eluded Ambassador Blum, the power-hungry kitsune who seeks to achieve world domination for the United Pacific. But using her abilities has taken its toll: Ingrid’s body has been left severely weakened, and she must remain on the run with her friends Cy and Fenris. Hoping to... Continue Reading →

This Week in Reading: Totally Off The Tracks

Well, last week I did at least finish a few things! I wrapped up Daughter of the Forest (loved it!) and How to Fracture a Fairy Tale. I also read two other books not on my list (a novella by K.J. Parker - The Devil You Know, and Iron and Magic by Ilona Andrews) and... Continue Reading →

Friday Favorite Five: Underrated Books

For previous posts and future FFF topics check out my Friday Favorite Five page here. Favorite Five Underrated Books Well, this is sort of subjective, but let's have fun with it! I feel like I always have an abundance of underrated books I want to bring up, so let's go! Dreaming Death by J. Kathleen... Continue Reading →

Can’t-Wait Wednesday: Roar of Sky by Beth Cato

I don't always have much going on during Wednesday's around here so I thought I'd participate in one of the Wednesday meme's now and then. I don't know if I'll stick with this every week, but it may be something I participate in once in a while, we'll see how things go. 🙂 Can't-Wait Wednesday,... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Call of Fire by Beth Cato

Call of Fire is the second book in Beth Cato's steampunk alt-hist adventure series Blood of Earth. Summary: When an earthquake devastates San Francisco in an alternate 1906, the influx of geomantic energy nearly consumes Ingrid Carmichael. Bruised but alive, the young geomancer flees the city with her friends, Cy, Lee, and Fenris. She is... Continue Reading →

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