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Because it is Wednesday WWW- Down and Dirty Reading Discussion! Talk to me!

It is Wednesday and that means WWW World of Words, hosted weekly by Taking on a World of Words. What is WWW Wednesday? What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you plan on reading next?   What did you recently finish reading? His Hideous Heart Edited by Dahlia Adler- …

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Unpregnant by Jenni Hedriks and Ted Caplan Takes Thelma and Louise Style Romp Releases 9/10 Via HarperTeen

This isn’t an easy review to write. It tore me down the middle. It isn’t because of my stance on abortion. That I’m clear on. I will always be pro-choice. It isn’t about my personal belief on the subject. For myself, I’m clear on that stance. My ultimate view is that no matter what I …

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Sunshine Blogger Award!

I was nominated by the lovely, Kiera @ KierasBookishThoughts! Thank you lady! The rules are simple: Display the award logo on your blog Thank the person that nominated you Answer the 11 questions given to you Nominate other bloggers and give them 11 questions What author do you own the most of? Um uh... Including the …

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His Hideous Heart Spectacularly Reimagines Edgar Allan Poe For Entertainment And Education – Edited By Dahlia Adler Releases 9/10 Via FlatIron Books

Rarely do I approach reviews through the eyes of an educator. Part of why I started writing reviews was to have a space where I could discuss Young Adult books for enjoyment away from education. Even after leaving my career, I still try to steer clear of that lens when reviewing books. Thank you to …

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Dahlia Adler, Stranger Things, Bookish TV Stars, The Coming Darkness And The Return of Stereophonics In This Week At Novel Lives

Weekly Fun! This week brought the shocking discovery (not to mention blast from the past). Welsh band Stereophonics are not only alive, but have a new single. Once I got passed my shock, I was pleasantly surprised to hear that Fly Like an Eagle (not to be confused with the Steve Miller Band Hit- unfortunate …

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Saturday Tag- Top 5 Books About Found Families I Have Read Or Want To Read

Saturday Tag- Top 5 Books I Have Read Or Want To Read About Found Families   From Devouring Books (Linked In Title Above): This Top 5 series started back in October and I kind of lost motivation for making it every week. But it’s back! This is a series of books that I want to …

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New Season, New Series For Shetland Creator Ann Cleeves, The Long Call (Two Rivers #1), Releases 9/3 Via St. Martin’s Press

Ann Cleeves, creator of the series and TV Show Shetland, is starting the Fall with a new series, Two Rivers. The first installment in the series is The Long Call. This is my first read by Ann Cleeves so I can't compare it to anything else. However, I have read multiple novels by British authors …

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Stranger Things Book Tag Fun- No Spoilers!

I have been a Stranger Things fan since Season One and continue to be after this season ended. Yesterday I saw this tag on Another Book In the Wall. She had found it on  Jenna’s blog. It was created by BookTuber, Sarah Elise. There aren't any spoilers in this post other than information from the first season synopsis/trailer. …

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First Line Friday Is Back… And… But… YOU HAVE TO HELP ME!

First Lines Fridays is a weekly feature for book lovers hosted by Wandering Words. What if instead of judging a book by its cover, its author or its prestige, we judged it by its opening lines? Psst I found this at Becky's Book Blog. Please go check her out!   Pick a book off your …

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Are You Afraid Of The Dark? You Should Be. There Will Come A Darkness (Age Of Darkness Book 1) by Katy Rose Pool Is A Stunning Epic Fantasy Debut

Make no mistake. If epic fantasy with magic, morally grey characters, settings that are inspired by Ancient Greece (lands, times and political intrigue), tightly bound siblings, racial and sexual diversity, beautiful dialogue, and fast-paced action is your kind of story? Beautifully written prose that snarls elegantly? Clear your calendar. Get comfortable. You won’t be able …

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Because it is Wednesday WWW- Down and Dirty Reading Discussion! Talk to me!

It is Wednesday and that means WWW World of Words, hosted weekly by Taking on a World of Words. What is WWW Wednesday? What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you plan on reading next?   What did you recently finish reading? There Will Come A Darkness Review Coming …

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Can’t Wait Wednesday: Eight Will Fall By Sarah Harian

This meme is hosted at Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. Generally they’re books that have yet to be released. It’s based on Waiting on Wednesday, hosted by the fabulous Jill at Breaking the Spine. If you're continuing with WOW, feel free to link those up …

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Top (Five) Tuesday: Book Characters I Would Want To Crash A TV Show Or Movie

This week's Top Ten Tuesday from Artsy Reader Girl is Top Ten Characters I would want as best friends. I really want to do a Top Ten because I haven't in a long time. However, I was pretty sure I did one just like this recently and when I searched my blog I did find one. If you would …

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His Hideous Heart Editor, Dahlia Adler Discusses Reimagining Of Classic Literature With Marginalized Narrators, Conquering Her Fears As An Editor And Future Projects In A Blog Tour Interview -Releases 9/10 via Flatiron Books

Dahlia Adler is already an accomplished author with five novels of her own and contributions to three anthologies. Stepping out for the first time as editor to the soon to be published anthology, His Hideous Heart: 13 of Edgar Allan Poe's Most Unsettling Tales Reimagined , Adler is taking on Edgar Allan Poe with twelve (the …

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GiveAways, Author Interviews, Terrorizing Pool Goers, Demons, Assassins and The Walking Dead at Comic Con OH MY! This Week At Novel Lives

Since we didn't have any up front fun last week I realized I never put up anything from Comic Con! So how about we have a little fun? And yeah-- this is the official trailer put up from Comic Con by AMC so I'm not breaking any laws-- everyone breathe. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0jsF4AZOYuk One more piece of …

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Saturday Tag- Top 5 Books About Assassins I want To Read Or Have Read

Saturday Tag- Top 5 Books About Assassins I want To Read Or Have Read     From Devouring Books (Linked In Title Above): This Top 5 series started back in October and I kind of lost motivation for making it every week. But it’s back! This is a series of books that I want to read …

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Character Driven Second Installment Blog Tour Review Demon World (Smoke Thieves Book #2) By Sally Green Released 8/6 (Spoilers For Smoke Thieves Only)

Smoke Thieves Spoilers Below! Demon World Summary A princess. A soldier. A servant. A demon hunter. A thief. When we last saw them, this unlikely group was heading into the Northern Territory of the kingdom of Pitoria, on the run from the sadistic and power-hungry King Aloysius of Brigant. The Smoke Thieves have discovered that demon smoke is not …

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Sarah Calhoun Continues Her Quest To Find Her Place In A World With A Heritage And Family She Never Knew Existed In Witchy Winter (Witchy Eye Series #2) Spoilers for Witchy Eye Only (Book #1)

DJ Butler's (Q and A) second installment in the Witchy Eye Series, Witchy Winter has protagonist Sarah Calhoun continuing her journey where she left off from the end of the first installment in the series, Witchy Eye. If you have not read Witchy Eye, I suggest you don't read any further. There aren't spoilers for Witchy Winter …

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Witchy Eye Series Author DJ Butler On Writers As Start-Ups, His Children As Inspiration, Publishing Experience And More In An Author Interview

DJ Butler has written a bang-up series with Witchy Eye. Set in an alternative American History that features a refreshing female heroine, multiple dialects, a mishmash of villains and a plethora of magic systems, Butler keeps a straight arrow plot through it all. He discusses that among the importance of a strong civics education, how …

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Because it is Wednesday WWW- Down and Dirty Reading Discussion! Talk to me!

It is Wednesday and that means WWW World of Words, hosted weekly by Taking on a World of Words. What is WWW Wednesday? Ok-- I heard a whisper last week. It wasn't crickets, but I want a roar...! You just answer three simple questions to discuss your current reading life: What are you currently reading? What …

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Can’t Wait Wednesday: Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo #CWW #WOW

This meme is hosted at Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. Generally they’re books that have yet to be released. It’s based on Waiting on Wednesday, hosted by the fabulous Jill at Breaking the Spine. If you're continuing with WOW, feel free to link those up …

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Fact: Turn of the Key by Ruth Ware Is Exactly Not What You Think It Is. Bless Be The Summer Reads.

Facts are everything to Rowan, main character in Ruth Ware’s latest novel, Turn of the Key. In honor of her, let me state these facts very clearly, up front: Thank You to Scout Press/Simon and Schuster, NetGalley and Edelweiss for an ARC in exchange for a fair review.   Fact: I read this book in …

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Blog Tour Arc Review: Gossamer Mage by Julie Czerneda Releases Today, 8/6

Gossamer Mage by Julie Czerneda  (Q and A/Giveaway link) has much to love for a fantasy novel. The world building is in done in extraordinary detail. The magic system is incredibly well defined. Everything is built up in a way that gives readers buy-in and plausibility. Thank You to Daw/Penguin and NetGalley for the ARC in …

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Crown Of Oblivion Pre-Order Campaign And Giveaway Launches! Author Julie Eshbaugh Interview, Crown Of Oblivion Excerpt And Giveaway Details Inside!

Get excited!!! Today I get the honor of helping Julie Eshbaugh launch the pre-order campaign and a giveaway for her latest novel, Crown of Oblivion, which is out on November 11th! To help kick off the pre-order launch and give away, Julie Eshbaugh took time to answer questions for an exclusive interview and provide an …

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Hockey And Reading Collide, Moral and Personal Conflicts, Thieving Bastards, Enigmatic Books And Asian Culture This Week In Novel Lives

Instead of the normal upfront funsie- I just want to remind everyone that tomorrow, in conjunction with author Julie Eshbaugh I am launching the Pre-Order Campaign and a giveaway for Crown of Oblivion which for now you can see here: Summer Fling  (and in the below WOW/CWW post)!  Until then tomorrow kicks off the first full …

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Saturday Tag- Top 5 Books Set In Asia I Want To Or Have Read

Saturday Tag- Top 5 Books With Asian Settings I Want To Or Have Read    From Devouring Books (Linked In Title Above): This Top 5 series started back in October and I kind of lost motivation for making it every week. But it’s back! This is a series of books that I want to read that …

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Blog Tour Reread/Review Smoke Thieves (Smoke Thieves Book 1) – Brilliant Array Of Characters And Twisty Plot Sets-Up New Series By Sally Greene, Out Now- Sequel, Demon World Out 8/6

Smoke Thieves Summary A shrewd princess whose father is plotting against her. A loyal servant on a quest to avenge his family. A streetwise demon smoke hunter in desperate need of money. A charming thief whom everyone is hunting. They are four teenagers whose lives would never intersect, until a war between kingdoms bubbles up, …

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A World Set Loose From England, Rotherweird By Andrew Caldecott Is A Distinctive Mystery With A Haunting Past

Rotherweird is, hands down, the most enigmatic books I have ever read. Set in two different timelines, Andrew Caldecott (Interview), sets-up life in the present day town of Rotherweird and the origins of the town back in the 1500s. Structurally, this provides readers with more information than many current day citizens because they refuse to …

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Can’t Wait Wednesday: Crown of Oblivion By Julie Eshbaugh PLUS Pre-Order Launch and Rafflecopter Giveaway Information #CWW #WOW

Good Morning! This is a very special week of Can't Wait Wednesday/Waiting on Wednesday because we also have the pre-order and giveaway information! This meme is hosted at Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. Generally they’re books that have yet to be released. It’s based …

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Because it is Wednesday WWW- Down and Dirty Reading Discussion! Talk to me!

It is Wednesday and that means WWW World of Words, hosted weekly by Taking on a World of Words. What is WWW Wednesday? Ok-- I had a whisper last week. It wasn't crickets, but I want a roar...! You just answer three simple questions to discuss your current reading life: What are you currently reading? What …

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Shatter The Sky By Rebecca Kim Wells Offers A Diverse Cast Of Characters, A Fresh Take On Dragons And Strong Female Protagonists For Younger Young Adult Readers

Shatter the Sky by Rebecca Kim Wells is a fantastic book for those on the younger side of the young adult spectrum. It provides completely diverse cast and a fresh take on dragons that really surprised me, which is saying a lot. The world building was well done with each part that is visited. However, …

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Win The ENTIRE BACK CATALOG (Over 15 books) OF Gossamer Mage (Out 8/6) Author Julie Czerneda- Link To Enter At The Bottom Of Q and A. Now, Toronto Maple Leafs Vs. LA Kings- Let the Fight err… Games… err Blog Tour Begin..

<Deep breath> When given the chance to interview author powerhouse and self-proclaimed, diehard Toronto Maple Leafs fan Julie Czerneda? I had to remember that time the LA Kings beat the Toronto Maple Leafs in overtime to go to the Stanley Cup finals and that Drew Doughty didn't want to play hockey in Canada. Then I …

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Moral Undercurrents Reflecting Social Class And Personal Conflict Set Merciful Crow by Margaret Owen Apart From The Fantasy Genre- ARC Book Tour Review- Releases 7/30

The Fantasy Genre is known for enhanced abilities, inspired worlds with characters facing immeasurable odds versus unyielding villains. If you are looking for that in Margaret Owen’s (Q and A Link) debut Merciful Crow (Pre-Order From Owen's website here) you will find it, in spades. Remarkably, it is the unexpected take on social injustice, classism …

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Silvera’s Fantasy, Must Read Thrillers, Margaret Owen’s Interview, Non-Tropey Female Heroines And About That Heatwave… This Week In Novel Lives

The last full week of July is behind us (Well damn) and here come the last three days of this month. But with Europe in the worst heatwave... ever. And the midwest having just gone through one, how about comic relief? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8NeLehRPT3w I have a Summer Fling  announcement coming on Wednesday! Here's a hint: It has to …

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If I Can’t Suspend Disbelief? Houston, We Have A Problem. Here There Are Monsters- An ARC Review

Here There are Monsters by Amelinda Berube started off as a very gripping story that just didn't follow through. I kept waiting for certain pieces to fall into place and they never did. Thank you to Source Books Fire and NetGalley for an ARC in exchange for an honest review. In order for a suspenseful …

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Saturday Tag- Top 5 Psychological Thrillers I Want To Or Have Read

Top 5 Psychological Thrillers I Have Read (Tag/Meme Created By Devouring Books- Linked Here) This Top 5 series started back in October and I kind of lost motivation for making it every week. But it’s back! This is a series of books that I want to read that all have a common theme. Previously on …

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READY! SET! GO! IT IS A RACE TO FIRST LINE FRIDAY!

First Lines Fridays is a weekly feature for book lovers hosted by Wandering Words. What if instead of judging a book by its cover, its author or its prestige, we judged it by its opening lines? Psst I found this at Becky's Book Blog. Please go check her out!   Pick a book off your …

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Wonky Eyed, Bad Mannered And Unabashedly, Unapologetically Herself, Sarah Calhoun Is The Young, Female Protagonist We Didn’t Know We Needed

Oddly I'm going from never have done this before to doing it twice in one month. I suppose there is something to be said for novelty. I'm going to provide the summary of Witchy Eye, the first book in the Witchy Eye Series, by DJ Butler, because most of this review is going to focus …

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Can’t Wait Wednesday: Infinity Son (Infinity Cycle #1) by Adam Silvera #CWW #WOW

Good Morning! This is the first week I'm joining the Can't Wait Wednesday/Waiting on Wednesday meme  hosted at Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. Generally they’re books that have yet to be released. It’s based on Waiting on Wednesday, hosted by the fabulous Jill at Breaking …

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Because it is Wednesday WWW- Down and Dirty Reading Discussion!

It is Wednesday and that means WWW World of Words, hosted weekly by Taking on a World of Words. What is WWW Wednesday? Still WAY too quiet around here!! YES STILL! You just answer three simple questions to discuss your current reading life: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do …

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Giveaway Deadline Is Tonight! Diverse, Developed Characters And Worlds With Depictions Of PTSD And Grief Sets Caryn Lix’s Containment Apart From Its Sci-Fi Counterparts

GIVEAWAY!!!! Don't Forget: Today is your last day to enter for a chance to win an ARC of Containment, which is released on August 6th. Please see details: Caryn Lix Q and A and Giveaway. YOU GET ONE WARNING HERE: IF YOU HAVEN'T READ SANCTUARY (BOOK #1 IN THE SANCTUARY SERIES- REVIEW) BY CARYN LIX- THERE …

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Merciful Crow Author Margaret Owen Wonders Why No One Has Asked About Book 2 Spoilers, Discusses Barf And Wanting To Help RAICES Raise Money With A Limited Edition Print In This Q and A With Novel Lives

Over the course of the summer I've mentioned a class of young, female authors putting out their first books and taking the world by storm. I have had the privilege to interview and learn a great deal from many of them of them. Today that continues with Margaret Owen, whose debut The Merciful Crow, will be …

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Two Author Interviews With Giveaways, An Atmospheric Fairy Tale, Good People, Kaell’s Continued and Abbohrent Torture, Heroic Means Justify A Heroic End? And Anticipated Sequels: This Week In Novel Lives

I've been saving a repeatedly offered free month of Netflix for one reason and one reason only Part (Season) 3 of Money Heist, the international hit out of Spain, dropped on Friday. Since I hate giving aways spoilers- in case you don't know of Money Heist (apparently it is the most streamed show on any platform) Here …

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Saturday Tag- Top 5 Sequels (5– Right… Try Again… This Might Hit 10) You Want To Read Or Have Read

Top 5 Sequels I Want to Read(Created by Devouring Books- Description From Link) This Top 5 series started back in October and I kind of lost motivation for making it every week. But it’s back! This is a series of books that I want to read that all have a common theme. Previously on the blog …

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Readers: Can A Hero Go To Far In His Quest To Defeat Evil? Can A Reader Claim Temporary Insanity In Court When A Character Is Continuously Tortured Beyond Reason? All That And More In The Last Seer King (Shadow Sword Series Book #2) By SJ Hartland

DISCLAIMER: IF YOU HAVE NOT READ THE FIRST BOOK IN THE SHADOW SWORD SERIES: 19th Bladesman there will be spoilers for that book, only. If you would like to read my review of 19th Bladesman for context: Review Link Both Books in the Shadow Sword Series are currently available on Amazon (Linked) Truth be told I have …

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Wildly Engaging, Wordplay Enthusiast And Realistic Optimist- Rotherweird Author Andrew Caldecott On How A Lawyers Love for Uncovering Hidden Truths For Nefarious Deeds Increases Capacity In Fantasy Writing

One fine, still Spring Day, I was opening up the pool when I received a lovely email pitching a book to me. Of course this caught me off guard because *flattered*. Then I started reading the email and was instantly intrigued by a very different, very quirky sounding book. I wanted in. So I agreed to include …

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We Are All Good People Here By Susan Rebecca White Demonstrates Her Spectacular Historical Research… But What Happened To The Story? ARC Review- Released 8/6

I've never given the summary of a book up front but with We Are All Good People Here by Susan Rebecca White, I feel the need to do so. If only because I want everyone to understand the potential of this book. I don't want everyone to just hear my review of the book. I …

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Because it is Wednesday WWW- Down and Dirty Reading Discussion!

It is Wednesday and that means WWW World of Words, hosted weekly by Taking on a World of Words. What is WWW Wednesday? Still WAY too quiet around here!!  You just answer three simple questions to discuss your current reading life: What are you currently reading? What did you recently finish reading? What do you …

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Ahead Of The Release Of Containment (Sanctuary Series Book #2) Author Caryn Lix Discusses A Love Letter To Marvel And Resident Evil, Traveling To Tokyo, Students That Inspire And How Sometimes It Isn’t The Book- It Is Timing- oh and pssst- GIVEAWAY!

Caryn Lix, a teacher (meaning she will always have a soft spot in my heart) was kind enough 1) to follow me out of the blue for no reason I will ever understand and then 2) agree to let me interview her when I DMd her out of the blue when I was granted an ARC …

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Atmospheric, Witty and Sharp-Tongued Desdemona And The Deep by C.S.E Cooney Is An Adult Fairy Tale Novella Before Disney Sanitizes It- An ARC Review Out 7/23 Via Tor.Com

Atmospheric, Witty and Sharp-Tongued Desdemona And The Deep by @CSECooney Is An Adult Fairy Tale Novella Before Disney Sanitizes It. Out 7/23 Via @TorDotCom

Can’t Wait Wednesday: GraveMaidens by Kelly Coon #CWW #WOW- Link To Pre-Order Link And Swag Pics Inside

This meme is hosted at Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. Generally they’re books that have yet to be released. It’s based on Waiting on Wednesday, hosted by the fabulous Jill at Breaking the Spine. If you're continuing with WOW, feel free to link those up …

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