Book Review: The Daughters of Firth Tales by Willow

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Title: The Daughters of Firth Tales (The Daughters of Firth Tales #2) Author: Willow Publisher: Self-published Publication date: February 4, 2022 Genre: Science Fiction & Fantasy One Sentence Summary: This is an interconnected collection of tales about a group of people and creatures whose lives have been changed and turned upside down by beings they call … Continue reading Book Review: The Daughters of Firth Tales by Willow

Book Review: The Stardust Thief by Chelsea Abdullah

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Title: The Stardust Thief Author: Chelsea Abdullah Publisher: Orbit Publication date: May 17, 2022 Genre: Fantasy One Sentence Summary: In a world where the humans and jinn are at war with each other, the Midnight Merchant and her bodyguard are sent by the sultan to recover a jinn relic from a jinn city underneath the Sandsea … Continue reading Book Review: The Stardust Thief by Chelsea Abdullah

Book Review: Piano Zen by Thomas Rheingans

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Title: Piano Zen Author: Thomas Rheingans Publisher: Self-published Publication date: February 7, 2022 Genre: Fantasy One Sentence Summary: When eleven-year-old William Longfellow Emerson starts piano lessons with a reclusive pianist who instructs using an equally mysterious Piano Zen method, William not only learns how to play exceptionally well, but travels to a dream land to study … Continue reading Book Review: Piano Zen by Thomas Rheingans

First, Middle, and Last Impressions – May 18, 2022

I love taking a look at a book cover and description and then coming up with my own idea of what the book will be about. Sometimes I'm right, sometimes I'm so wrong it's almost funny. So I've decided to launch myself off of WWW Wednesday, a bookish meme run by Sam@Taking on a World … Continue reading First, Middle, and Last Impressions – May 18, 2022

Sisters of String and Glass, Part 161

Finally made it to the end! It only took about a year and a month and, apparently 161 parts to tell the story, but Sisters of String and Glass is finally finished. The first draft, at least. I hope you enjoyed it, and thank you so much for reading and coming on this journey with … Continue reading Sisters of String and Glass, Part 161

Book Review: From Bad to Cursed by Lana Harper

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Title: From Bad to Cursed (The Witches of Thistle Grove #2) Author: Lana Harper Publisher: Berkley Publication date: May 17, 2022 Genre: Fantasy One Sentence Summary: When a Thorn witch is badly hurt by an Avramov curse at the beginning of the town's Beltane celebrations, wild child Isidora Avramov is teamed up with the achingly good … Continue reading Book Review: From Bad to Cursed by Lana Harper

Sisters of String and Glass, Part 160

Chapter Forty-One - continued Camille rushed around the tower, following Kyanan and the other fae to what they said was the door. They looked like they knew where they were going; how, she had no idea. But, if they were headed for the door, she wanted to be there when her sister emerged. Adrian was … Continue reading Sisters of String and Glass, Part 160

Sisters of String and Glass, Part 159

Chapter Forty-One - continued Adrian’s gaze was hard as he studied Madeline and Ephraim, the two kneeling before him. The ever resourceful Violet had fetched rope from Olidan Manor to tie them up. She’d also reported Muriel was still tightly locked up. “Explain yourself,” he demanded of Madeline. The woman lifted her chin, but said … Continue reading Sisters of String and Glass, Part 159

Book Review: Misrule by Heather Walter

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Title: Misrule (Malice Duology #2) Author: Heather Walter Publisher: Del Rey Publication date: May 10, 2022 Genre: Fantasy One Sentence Summary: A century has passed since the events of the first book and Alyce now rules the Dark Court, but, as they decimate the Fae Courts, Aurora is unexpectedly awoken and an old prophecy comes to … Continue reading Book Review: Misrule by Heather Walter

Sisters of String and Glass, Part 158

Chapter Forty-One I visited Roderick Manor once. My husband and children were tired of the days I spent staring out the windows, playing with the glass hanging around my neck. Every day, every night, I reached out to my sister. Every day, every night, it only spit back silence. So I went to The Spindle, … Continue reading Sisters of String and Glass, Part 158