At last, the long wait is over! Well, nearly. Love and Memory, Book #3 of The Rizkaland Ledgends is coming out next April. I’m so excited, because I love these books and there’s promise of a lot of emotional and … 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
Welcome to the blog tour for Midnight’s Curse, book two in the Beyond the Tales series by Tricia Mingerink. Beyond the Tales is a series of fairy tale retellings with hints of allegorical elements set in a world based on … Read the rest
The Worth of a King released on Monday, On Thursday I shared an interview, and today I am sharing a review.
I first read this book while it was still in rough form, then again later in development, and finally … Read the rest
The Wanderer’s Daughter is the first book in the Georgie Tanner Series by Justyn Walker. It’s hilarious and you really should read it.
The book is middle-grade and is full of quirkiness, humour, and bit of grossness and comic violence. … Read the rest
Hey people, I’ve avoided a repeat of yesterday and not left this post until late at night. And I’ve got the titles straight as well. Not that there’s anything wrong now. If you did notice something off before, please just … Read the rest
Some of my readers will remember my review of Shadows of the Hersweald by Hope Ann. Back before then I reviewed Song of the Sword, the second book of the same series. Now I have for you a review … Read the rest
I’m interrupting my posting schedule again to bring you pictures and thoughts on the character of the Baldes of Acktar series. Yes, my posting schedule. Things might appear somewhat random over here but I’ve got subject picked out … Read the rest
Once again I get to write a review for a book I really love. Deliver is the fourth (and last) book of the Blades of Acktar series by Tricia Mingerink. I haven’t mentioned her books a lot on the blog, … Read the rest