For my second post of #Blogmas I bring to you my book reviews for the first two book in the Clash of Kingdoms series by Erin Summerill, the second of which released today! SO, a HAPPY BOOK BIRTHDAY to Ever the Brave.
Blogmas #1: I decided that I'd like to participate in #Blogmas this year with very little knowledge of what it's about and absolutely zero planning. Clearly, considering my first post is coming your way on December 4th, I'm off to a stellar start!
I won't lie... my purchase of How to Hang a Witch by Adriana Mather was wholly influenced by Instagram! Because of that, I didn't really have grand expectations for it, although I hoped for a decent seasonal read. So, to say that I was blown away is probably an understatement. I read this book at the perfect time of year -- the end of October! With the setting of Salem, the background of the witch trials, and the Descendants making up the perfect cast of dark characters that you'll love to hate (well... mostly), it was so hard to put How to Hang a Witch down. I had to know where the plot was going to lead next.
HAPPY BOOK BIRTHDAY to Constant by Rachel Higginson! Constant, a second chance romantic suspense that is the first book in a duet, was released today (November 16, 2017) by Reckless Siren Publishing, and I've got a sneak peek for you!
Sometimes, I need a good old fashioned kick in the butt by a decent book in a genre that I do actually enjoy but don't pick up nearly enough to make me realize that reading a variety of books is GOOD for me. The Extraditionist (out 11/1/17) by Todd Merer was a solid of my love of thrillers.
There are SO MANY book releases that I am looking forward to in the coming weeks… months… year… that I feel like I will never be in short supply of anticipated reads! For this waiting on Wednesday, I thought I’d stick with the near future with Rachel Higginson's Constant, releasing November 16th.
What do you get when a bookworm plans a wedding? Well, I can tell you what THIS bookworm did when I planned my recent wedding. I just got married at the end of September, and I wanted to share a little of my story.