Blog Tour and Review—The Savage Dawn by Melissa Grey

I am so excited to participate in the blog tour by reviewing the final book in THE GIRL AT MIDNIGHT series, THE SHADOW HOUR. See below for my review, and information about the books in the series. Continue reading

Blog Tour—Little Excavator by Anna Dewdney

Most of you know from Twitter that I have a “Little,” as I like to call him in “public.” Well, for the very first time, here I am reviewing a book I requested just for him!

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Review (And Audio Excerpt!)—A Crown of Wishes by Roshani Chokshi

I absolutely loved The Star-Touched Queen by Roshani Chokshi, so I was thrilled to find out she was releasing a companion novel about Gauri, Maya’s little sister. While A Crown of Wishes is a companion to TSTQ, Chokshi’s signature style (I compare it to the imagery of the movie What Dreams May Come) is.

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Review—The Beast is an Animal by Peternelle van Arsdale

What happens when we give in to all-consuming fear? Peternelle van Arsdale examines this question in her novel The Beast is an Animal, an allegory about the danger of allowing fear to rule a society.

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Review—A Perilous Undertaking by Deanna Raybourn

It’s no secret to anyone that I love Deanna Raybourn‘s books. I love Lady Julia Grey, and in fact I refuse to read the last book in that series (though I have it) because NO and no.

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Review—Difficult Women by Roxane Gay

It’s no secret that I admire Roxane Gay for her ability to write (An Untamed State broke me, and Bad Feminist was at turns funny, raw, and made me be so reflective it hurt to think). Her new collection of short stories out today, Difficult Women, shares the story of women—women too strong for life, who keep secrets, who give too much of themselves or choose to keep enough of themselves sacred and untouchable. It tells the story of women as we are—not how other people wish we would be.

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