Today, I’m trying out a different review structure that I saw on Sam’s site, The Bookwyrms Den. Go check her out. I linked her in my review of this summer’s swash-buckling, frolicking, God filled action-packed Sin in the Steel by Ryan Van Loan!
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With 19th Century Denmark as a backdrop, Emily Bain Murphy’s Splinters of Scarlet explores the choices we make for the betterment of the ones we love and a better world, even if it is the detriment of ourselves. And whether or not anyone has the right to judge those decisions.
Whoever he is that may have started it, best be sure that someone in this dysfunctional disaster of a family is going to finish it. Who lives? Who dies? Who tells the story? Only Samantha Downing knows that. READ THE BOOK.
Liam and I made a signed a (broke my bank) strict modeling contract regarding today’s July Unplugged Unboxing. Pavel and Gomez were to feature with Liam there to supervise and provide for their needs. Quick, in and out session. Yeah. No. I may not be a cat but whatever extra lives I have are gone now.
Welcome to my Write Reads ultimate blog tour stop for the first installment of Shami Stovall’s Frith Chronicles, Knightmare Arcanist. It is also an amazing buddy read I got to do with Becky at Crooks Books and Maddie at Mad’s books, so look for their reviews in the post, as well.
Alexis Henderson’s debut novel, The Year of the Witching, will release via Ace Books on 7/21. I have pre-ordered the audible and the hardback (unless it comes out in a subscription box- then it’ll be the audible and the subscription box). It isn’t fair that this is her debut and that within in it, Henderson has created the new Gold Standard for female characters. Immanuelle is unbreakable in the face of darkness she did not create, through sins not her own, but threatening to drown her, none the less, while staring down the barrel of an abusive, oppressive, and patriarchal society.