Review—Roses and Rot by Kat Howard

Once upon a time, an older sister wrote “Star Princess” fairy tales for her younger sister, so they would both have a magical way of escaping their overbearing, abusive mother. But, all happy endings come at a cost, and Kat Howard’s Roses and Rot layers stories over fairy tales to ultimately remind readers that “what they really want is the part that happens off the page, after the oven has been escaped, after the clock strikes midnight.”

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Book Release Blitz—The Queen’s Poisoner by Jeff Wheeler

From Jeff Wheeler, the author of the acclaimed Muirwood Trilogies and Landmoore series, comes a groundbreaking new foray into the world of fantasy. The Queen’s Poisoner is the debut novel of The Kingfountain Series and promises readers total immersion in a beautiful and deadly new world in which a young boy must accept an impossible destiny.

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Review—Borderline by Mishell Baker {Book Tour}

Boderline Tour BannerImagine if every talented actor you love was a faerie. Such is the basic premise (there is much, MUCH more) of Mishell Baker’s new novel, Borderline. In a fey spin on the some-famous-people-are-aliens bent of the Men in Black movies, Baker creates a hidden faerie world inside of the already labyrinthine world of Hollywood.

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Review—The Iron Assassin by Ed Greenwood

A steampunk tale of political intrigue, mystery, and inventiveness, The Iron Assassin (out the 9th of June) follows the story of Bentley Roper—now Bentley Steelforce—as outside forces attempt to use him and his newfound abilities to achieve their political or personal goals.

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