I’ve been having a slow time reading recently. I’m not sure why. It wasn’t the fault of the fanfiction rabbit hole or only wanting to re-read books. I just simply didn’t want new stories. Maybe it was an overload of … Read the rest
Hello, hello!!! *waves wildly*
Gilded in Ice by Sarah Pennington comes into the world today! It’s the second Bastian Dennel P.I. book, Jazz Age Fairytales, and I love it a lot.
I’m not doing a review, but I do want … Read the rest
Book time! Character interview time! Exciting week of book releases time! The Frosted Roses stories are here!
Today I got the opportunity to interview Rose from Runaway Lyrics by C. O. Bonham. As I frequently do, I handed the actual … Read the rest
I just read Neverland Falling and Breaking Neverland by Brittany Fichter. Together they’re one of my favourite stories that I’ve read this year. I’ve read some fun books, but this one was heart touching.
I love Wendy Darling and related … Read the rest
Now to round up all these Tattered Slippers posts, I have an interview with someone who has serious, painful trouble with her shoes.
The Midnight Show by Sarah Pennington is a fairytale mystery set in the Jazz age. Not our … Read the rest
Today’s guest is Wyn Estelle Owens, author of The Dragon’s Flower (2019) and The Dark King’s Curse (2020). The former of those book I loved and recommend and the latter I have just begun.
I know Wyn slightly … Read the rest
I think I love today’s book about as much as I love dancing. Which is quite a bit for certain styles of dance. But only certain styles, so the book is better.
I love all of Tricia Mingerink’s books and … Read the rest
It is now time for a guest post on the history of dance from E. J. Kitchens, author of Wrought of Silver and Ravens.
I have not read that book yet, but it sounds fascinating and I loved The … Read the rest
The Dancing Princess. Yes, just one. Twelve is obviously overkill. Terribly unbalanced too. With twelve princesses, eleven of them are still usually single at the end of the story.
Wherein I ramble about a fairytale and one retelling of it… Read the rest
Hello, I’m back. This is another book release, so don’t be surprised. That’s what I do here.
The book is Prince Nácil by R. R. Goodwill and it comes recommended even though I’m less than a quarter through.
From the … Read the rest