Month: December 2021

Audio Blitz: To be a Fae Queen by Tricia Copeland

Audio Blitz: To be a Fae Queen by Tricia Copeland

To be a Fae Queen by Tricia Copeland Genres: Fantasy Format: Audiobook Buy on Amazon Goodreads With an endearing yet fierce female protagonist, fans of Sarah J. Maas and Jenna Wolfhart will love this epic Fae fantasy. The last of her line, a faerie princess prepares to take the throne. But multiple forces plot against her, some trusted friends… After losing her brothers, Titania studied and trained to rule Aubren. But she hadn’t planned on becoming Queen at fifteen. Now with her reign challenged from within the castle walls, she must decide what is best for her kingdom. Should another rule in her stead? Or has fate led her to this moment? Only she can decide a path that becomes littered with choices. Will a marriage shore up her reign? Could naming a successor be enough? And what of the creatures of the deep and a tale of one who […]

Posted December 29, 2021
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Book Tour: Sunroofs & Shoeboxes by Jaime L Mathews

Book Tour: Sunroofs & Shoeboxes by Jaime L Mathews

Sunroofs and Shoeboxes by Jaime L. Mathews on November 2nd, 2021 Genres: Self-help Pages: 360 Format: ARC Source: Lola’s Blog Tours Buy on Amazon Goodreads Train yourself to find happiness in a coffee mug, joy in the laughter of a stranger, and mental wellness with an open Costco parking lot. Seeing the beauty in the mundane goes a long way towards leading a happy life. But the daily practice of gratitude is a muscle that needs to be flexed regularly. Jaime teaches you to look at life with a brand new set of eyes, every day. Eventually, you won’t even need to think about it, and you will start to see opportunities in the biggest challenges, see the extraordinary in the most ordinary things, and your outlook on life will be changed for the better. So flex those muscles now, and take a deep dive into the unbridled enthusiasm and […]

Posted December 18, 2021
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The Sunday Post #56

The Sunday Post #56

Season Greetings you guys! It’s the season to be jolly for sure. My Mommy is home for the holidays and we don’t have anything waiting to be done urgently or any have to do’s.  Yes, we do plan on sorting out the blog for once and all and then just leave it be. No, we still haven’t received any feedback from Bloglovin regarding the move from Blogger to WordPress that leaves our link not working now. I think I will need to meow in their ears tomorrow again. Thursday was my Mommy’s birthday and what fun we’ve had. For someone who didn’t feel like having a party, she had people here the whole day. I guess that’s what happen if it’s your staff year-end function just the day before your birthday and you tell everyone to come and eat cake and have coffee. She’s a teacher and I would have thought […]

Posted December 12, 2021
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The Crowns of Croswald by D.E. Night

The Crowns of Croswald by D.E. Night

The Crowns of Croswald by D.E. Night Series: The Crowns of Croswald #1 Published by Stories Untold Press on July 21st, 2017 Genres: Fantasy Pages: 249 Format: ARC Source: Netgalley Buy on Amazon Goodreads This is a page-turning fantasy in the tradition of fairy tales, whimsical worlds, and coming-of-age stories. The Crowns of Croswald invites young readers to explore themes of stepping into their own magic, discovering their true selves, and battling evil head-on. Hailed by Kirkus Reviews as “an action-packed treat […] with a relatable heroine facing challenges in a vivid world of magic and mystery,” and called a new classic by readers, The Crowns of Croswald series is a magical romp through a fully formed universe with dragons, magical quills, potions, and mythical creatures. Ivy Lovely is 16 and she has no idea who she is—or what her powers could be. When she crosses a magical boundary, she […]

Posted December 11, 2021
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Wondrous Words Wednesday – Holiday

Wondrous Words Wednesday – Holiday

Greetings Humans! Welcome to Wondrous Words Wednesday, hosted by yours truly. The concept is fairly easy – all you need to do, is share any new (or new to you) words you came across this week and share them with us. You are also welcome to share words you simply want to show off to us. For more on Wondrous Words Wednesday, you can click here. This week will be our favorite one and our chosen word is also one of our favorite words in the whole wide world. No, it’s not a new word to any of us, but after the passed year, the concept became a bit foreign. When my Mommy comes home from school today, we are officially on holiday until the 10th of January. Whoo hoo!! We really need a nice, long break. Don’t worry, we promise not to disappear. In fact, the plan is to spend […]

Posted December 8, 2021
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Six Degrees of Separation – From Ethan Frome to A Boy Called Christmas

Six Degrees of Separation – From Ethan Frome to A Boy Called Christmas

Greetings! Welcome to another edition of Six Degrees of Separation. We haven’t done a Six Degrees post in months. How terrible. Just shows how quickly the year has passed us by. Can you still remember the rules? This monthly fun meme is hosted by Books are my Favorite and Best: On the first Saturday of every month, a book is chosen as a starting point and linked to six other books to form a chain. Books can be linked in obvious ways, for example: same authors, same era or genre, or books with similar themes or settings. Or you might choose to link them in more personal ways: books you read in the same holiday, books given to you by a particular friend or books that remind you of a particular time in your life. The choices are endless here!  Our starting point for this month, is once again a book/novella […]

Posted December 6, 2021
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The Automobile Assassination by M J Porter

The Automobile Assassination by M J Porter

The Automobile Assassination by M J Porter Series: Erdington Mysteries #2 Published by M J Publishing on November 25th, 2021 Genres: Historical Fiction, Suspense Pages: 253 Format: ARC Source: The History Quill Book Club Buy on Amazon Goodreads A 1940s mystery Erdington, September 1944 As events in Europe begin to turn in favour of the Allies, Chief Inspector Mason of Erdington Police Station is once more prevailed upon to solve a seemingly impossible case. Called to the local morgue where a man’s body lies, shockingly bent double and lacking any form of identification, Mason and O’Rourke find themselves at Castle Bromwich aerodrome seeking answers that seem out of reach to them. The men and women of the royal air force stationed there are their prime suspects. Or are they? Was the man a spy, killed on the orders of some higher authority, or is the place his body was found […]

Posted December 4, 2021
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