So March has been sadly lacking in the reviews department – but this doesn’t mean I didn’t get through some great books! Just that my writing brain keeps letting me down. Thanks, writing brain. But I shall get past this, and until then we have recaps! Let’s take a look at what got done.
Coming at you today for a review pit stop! The newest Mini Rainbows feature is putting an awesome fantasy graphic novel in the spotlight this time around – Ladycastle, by Delilah S. Dawson and Ashley A. Woods.
Dragons, mad queens, political intrigue, and … lumberjacks? It’s time to recap what I read/wrote about in January!
It’s alive! I said I was going to resurrect this feature, and I will keep my word. Thus, the first Mini Rainbows short fiction review round-up of 2017! (And hopefully the first of many.) Note: The reviews below may contain spoilery details!
2016 is finally (finally) over, and 2017 is here, with its fresh unmarked calendar pages, its howling winds (I’m in Scotland and staying indoors as I write this because Jesus I’m not kidding) and – best of all – its new reading challenges! Click on for more about mine.
Genre: Fantasy (contemporary, superheroes) Publisher: Book Smugglers Publishing Release date: September 13th 2016 This edition: Kindle (also available to read online here) Synopsis: When Angel Evans was born into her world, the event was beset with a troubling number of prophecies. Her magical future was so portentous that all of the prophets couldn’t cope […]
So technically we have one more day of it left, but I’m calling February done here on the blog! Let’s take a look at what got done, and at what’s coming up…
I made it to the end of the first round in this series! Safe to say it makes up well for January’s hiccup. Also, OMG you guys, this book. I love it so much. Words cannot. I cannot. But I shall try. Let’s finish The Honey Month! Trigger warning: For discussion of depression/suicide.
February is drawing to a close, and so is my reading of this book. This is the penultimate review for The Honey Month, and I’m looking at the next five stories in the collection today…
Another six-part post on The Honey Month, today – though this may be shorter than the last because I had more difficulty than usual connecting with some of these stories…