Blog Tours · Book Reviews

Blog tour: Iron Heart by Nina Varela

Today I’m SO excited to be sharing my review of Iron Heart by Nina Varela, as part of the Caffeine Book Tours blog tour. A huge thank you to Caffeine Book Tours for providing me with an advance copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. Make sure you check out the full… Continue reading Blog tour: Iron Heart by Nina Varela

Book Features · features

5 Reasons to Read The Silence of Bones

Today marks the release date for June Hur’s debut novel, The Silence of Bones. I’m currently reading it and, friends, it’s excellent. Just so, so good. So I thought I’d share with you five reasons why you should read it too. Rich, cinematic world-building As soon as you open this book, you step into its… Continue reading 5 Reasons to Read The Silence of Bones

TBRs and Wrap ups

April 2020 TBR // Royalty, magic, and other worlds

I managed to read 10 books during the 40-year period that was March, so I’m aiming for something similar in April. I’m not going to set a TBR for all 10 books (because let’s face it, I don’t want to jinx myself), but I’ve got a couple of fantasy ARCs and a few sci-fi library… Continue reading April 2020 TBR // Royalty, magic, and other worlds

Book Features

Most Anticipated Releases of 2020 // June to December

Recently, I shared my most anticipated releases for January to May of 2020. So, naturally, it’s time for part two: June to December. These are the books I’m looking forward to in the second half of the year. June The Dark Tide (Sourcebooks Fire) Publishing: 1st June Genre: YA fantasy The pull: It’s a fantasy… Continue reading Most Anticipated Releases of 2020 // June to December

Book Features · LGBTQIA

Queer readers’ 5 most anticipated LGBT+ reads of 2019 // Shri at Sun and Chai

This is a weekly series on my blog, where queer readers give us five of their most anticipated queer reads of 2019. New posts will be uploaded every Thursday, and each week a different reader/blogger will be featured. The tenth and final instalment in the series is from the marvellous Shri @SunandChai. She shares five… Continue reading Queer readers’ 5 most anticipated LGBT+ reads of 2019 // Shri at Sun and Chai

Book Features · LGBTQIA

Queer readers’ 5 most anticipated LGBT+ reads of 2019 // Kaeley at Kliscruggs

This is a weekly series on my blog, where queer readers give us five of their most anticipated queer reads of 2019. New posts will be uploaded every Thursday, and each week a different reader/blogger will be featured. The ninth instalment in the series is from the lovely Kaeley @kliscruggs shares with us five queer books… Continue reading Queer readers’ 5 most anticipated LGBT+ reads of 2019 // Kaeley at Kliscruggs

Book Features · LGBTQIA

Queer readers’ 5 most anticipated LGBT+ reads of 2019 // Hollie at Hollieblog

This is a new weekly series on my blog, where queer readers give us five of their most anticipated queer reads of 2019. New posts will be uploaded every Thursday, and each week a different reader/blogger will be featured. The seventh instalment in the series is from the fantastic Hollie @Hollieblog, who is sharing five… Continue reading Queer readers’ 5 most anticipated LGBT+ reads of 2019 // Hollie at Hollieblog

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Most anticipated 2019 releases by Muslim authors

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. This week’s theme is: January 8: Most Anticipated Releases for the First Half of… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Most anticipated 2019 releases by Muslim authors

Book Reviews

Book Review: An Enchantment of Ravens

Author: Margaret Rogerson Pages: 304 Edition: E-book Publication date: September 26th 2017 Read: January 24th – 31st 2018 Rating:  A skilled painter must stand up to the ancient power of the faerie courts—even as she falls in love with a faerie prince—in this gorgeous debut novel. Isobel is a prodigy portrait artist with a dangerous… Continue reading Book Review: An Enchantment of Ravens