I love Self-published fantasy month. I always come across new authors and books that seem right up my alley and this September was no different. In fact, I think I added more books to my kindle than the previous two combined. A big reason was the fantastic content produced by the team behind the Self-Published fantasy month. If you haven’t checked out all of the interviews, guest posts and reviews, click HERE. You won’t regret it. Your bankcard might be a little lighter by the end though.
So without further ado here are a few of the books I picked up this month. Continue reading “How easily was I influenced this month – Self-Published Fantasy Month Edition.”
Cute, quirky, endearing and heart-warming, these are just some of the terms I would use to describe this wonderful story of discovery and self-acceptance.
Synopsis – Greer is a young rat thrown to a cruel world. Living on the streets, he finds sanctuary with Mistress Addison, a witch and enemy of the Grand Coven. Though only women can control the power of the ley lines, Mistress Addison defies those rules and agrees to take the young rat on as her apprentice. Starting his journey, Greer finds himself learning for more about his own identity than how to cast spells. Follow him and see what his path unfolds in What Makes a Witch!
Continue reading “What Makes A Witch by Linnea Capps”
4 self-published fantasy books that are calling my name.
My tbr is a mammoth thing, it has taken on a life of it’s own and if I hadn’t started reading on my kindle, it would have probably filled my house and suffocated me. I don’t let that stop me though, I add to my book collection way to often. So I thought I would give you a look at the books I’m hoping to add to my collection soon. Continue reading “What I’ll be adding to the TBR next…”
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme where we get to feed that part of our soul that loves lists, by coming up with 10 things related to a certain topic. Top Ten Tuesday was originally created by The Broke and Bookish) and is now being hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl and future topics can be found here. This weeks topic is:
Books For My Younger Self Continue reading “Top Ten Tuesday”
A weekly post where I can brag about my new books? Yes please. Granted I definitely won’t have something to post every week, I’ll just do it as required. I will be including everything from my purchases, to NetGalley, gifts and books from authors.
For more information head over to Tynga’s reviews.
I thought I would focus on some of the amazing self-published fantasy that has made its way onto my kindle recently. Continue reading “Stacking The Shelves: Self-Published Edition”
Synopsis – Exiled into a wasteland because of a heist gone wrong, Emelith vows to hunt down the one responsible. Except not all is what it seems in the haunted realm of the Cauldron.
Continue reading “I, Exile by David Samuels”
I saw this tag on Destiny’s page Howling Libraries and decided to give it a shot. She grabbed it from Sofii. I’m unsure of who originally came up with this one, if you know, please msg me.
Continue reading “The Bookish Heavenly Virtues Tag…”
Should I be requesting more books from NetGalley… No. Do I anyway… Yes. Last I checked my % was at 52, so I never expect to get accepted, but I love it when it happens.
The Rush’s Edge by Ginger Smith – I saw the author talking about this one on Twitter and decided it was right up my alley, plus it’s published by Angry Robot, one of my favourite publishers. Also it’s release will coincide with Sci-Fi Month.
Synopsis – With the help of his commanding officer, a genetically engineered ex-soldier fights back against the government that created him and others like him to be expendable slaves.
Release date – 10th November 2020
Continue reading “Recent NetGalley Additions”
The MS Readathon is a fantastic event. I took part in it as a child and have lots of nostalgic feelings from my experiences. I loved to read as a child so it was my favourite fundraising event.
As a teenager I had a teacher, Mrs Belcher (I think that’s right, its been 20 yrs), with Multiple Sclerosis. she was a bloody badass and total inspiration. She put up with zero shit. She was one of my absolute favourite teachers.
A few years ago my uncle was diagnosed and it completely changed his families life. He lived with us a lot while I was growing up and he and his wife mean the world to me. It is a cruel disease.
So this year in honour of my Uncle Mark, my kids are both taking part.
Continue reading “MS Readathon”