Top Ten Tuesday

Books I’m looking forward to

After a bumper year of new releases in 2019, it looks like 2020 might just top it. I thought I would list a few of the upcoming releases I’m looking forward to. Just those in the next six months, otherwise the list will probably go on forever. It also happens to tie in with this weeks Top Ten Tuesday post. Winning. top ten tuesday

Lady Hotspur by Tessa Gratton
Release date – 7/1/20

Lady Hotspur by Tessa Gratton

The Broken Heavens by Kameron Hurley
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It’s my birthday, I’ll buy books if I want too

April book haul

2017 was the year of buying books… hundreds and hundreds of books. 2018 is the year I show restraint, but not in April. It’s my birthday month, which means if I’m super lucky people buy me books or I’m given money and I buy copious amounts of books. This year both happened. So much fantasy goodness came my way.  Continue reading “It’s my birthday, I’ll buy books if I want too”

The Queens of Innis Lear by Tessa Gratton

A quick look


Three sisters. One crown.

I received this from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

Innis Lear is a place of deep magic. The blood of the island runs into the holy wells, people communicate with the trees and earth. That is until King Lear caps the wells in his heartbreak. Busy focusing on the stars he forbids the people of his island, from worshipping the land and trees. Some forget the language of the trees, some still practice in secret and others learn the language of the stars, like the obsessed King wants. King Lear’s oldest daughter Gaela has a clear plan for the future of Innis Lear and it involves her being on the throne. Regan the middle daughter has her own ambitions, and the youngest Elia wants to watch the stars and care for her father. All of these ambitions are thrown up in the air once King Lear decides it’s time for him to place his daughters in their rightful place. Everything changes in one afternoon. Continue reading “The Queens of Innis Lear by Tessa Gratton”