ARC review, book review, new adult

Circle of Ashes by Elise Kova & Lynn Larsh (ARC Review)

Title: Circle of Ashes Author: Elise Kova & Lynn Larsh Type: Fiction Genre: NA, Fantasy, Paranormal, Urban Fantasy Publisher: Silver Wing Press Date published: April 9, 2018 A digital copy of this book was kindly provided by Elise Kova, in exchange for an honest review. EVERY WISH HAS A COST BUT WILL THE SOCIETY BE WILLING TO… Read More Circle of Ashes by Elise Kova & Lynn Larsh (ARC Review)

Adult, blog tour, book review, young adult

The Dragons of Nova by Elise Kova (Blog Tour: Review)

Title: The Dragons of Nova Author: Elise Kova Type: Fiction Genre: YA, NA, Adult, Fantasy, Romance Publisher: Keymaster Press Date published: July 11, 2017 Format: Hardcover Page Count: 488 Source: Publisher A physical copy of this book was kindly provided by the publisher, and a digital copy was provided by the blog tour host through… Read More The Dragons of Nova by Elise Kova (Blog Tour: Review)

top ten tuesdays, weekly meme

Top Ten Tuesday (#21): Top Ten (Alive) Authors I’m Dying To Meet

Hurray for Tuesday! …because it’s not Monday, and because it’s also time for Top Ten Tuesday! This week it’s all about authors we’d like to meet, and I thought I’d switch it up a bit and make it more specific, by listing the living authors I’d love to meet. There are many deceased authors I… Read More Top Ten Tuesday (#21): Top Ten (Alive) Authors I’m Dying To Meet

ARC review, book review, young adult

The Alchemists of Loom by Elise Kova [ARC Review]

Title: The Alchemists of Loom Author: Elise Kova Type: Fiction Genre: YA, Fantasy, Adventure, Steampunk Publisher: Keymaster Press Date published: January 10, 2017 Format: Paperback Page Count: 380 Source: Publisher A physical copy of the book was kindly provided by the publisher, in exchange for an honest review. Summary: Ari lost everything she once loved when the Five Guilds’ resistance fell to the… Read More The Alchemists of Loom by Elise Kova [ARC Review]

monthly wrap-up

Monthly Wrap-Up (December 2016)

Somehow 2017 has snuck up on us, and 2016 has come to an end. While some of us celebrate the memories and achievements from the past year, others are glad to see 2016 go. And then there are those who feel a little bit of both, and I am one of those people.