Reading Recap: July 2019 (Just Audiobooks)

July2019RR.pngGet ready for Part 2. I refrained from finishing two more audiobooks today because one, I had a headache, and two, had some work to do which required deep focus. Welcome to all the audiobooks I read in July. Continue reading

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Reading Recap: July 2019 (Kindle & Hardcopies)

July2019RR.pngI DID IT. I am on track for finishing my reading goal (100 books in 2019, displayed as 101 because of a DNF). I decided to break this month’s round-up into two entries because dear lord, I read so many things in July. Continue reading

Reading Recap: June 2019

June2019RR.pngI guess I did all the reading due to all the flying I did this month. It’s been a wide swath of genres. As we near the halfway point of the year, the reads have been on point. Continue reading

Author to Author with Christopher Ruz (#TheRaggedBlade)

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Friends who write good books are a treasure. The Ragged Blade by Christopher Ruz follows the adventure of Richard and his daughter across a desert while they run away from Richard’s ex, the Magician. This book hit all my Berserk buttons and made for a captivating read. On his release date (June 4th), Christopher took some time to answer questions around writing relationships, writing dual timeliness, and what kind of bad deadline not to set.
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Reading Recap: May 2019

May2019RR.pngI think I’ve found myself in another reading slump. I keep starting books, but not finishing them. And there was a ton of unrelated excitement in May (hello, Nebulas 2019). My goodreads currently reading is a bit of a mess, but I managed to get some reads in. Continue reading

Reading Recap: April 2019

Apr2019RRApril was a quieter month. Though, in the middle, I did visit New York City to get some day job work done and took most of a needed break from writing. And because of a weird funk, it took me a while to read non-audiobooks. With May’s aggressive travel, maybe time for reading physical copies will be easier to come by. Continue reading

Q&A with Emily A. Duncan (WICKED SAINTS Blog Tour)

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When I found out there was a dark YA fantasy partially inspired by Poland, I knew I had to get on that hype train asap. Thank you Wednesday Books for an ARC of Wicked Saints, Emily A. Duncan’s debut about blood magic, religion, pious girls, alcoholic princes, and monster boys. Dark and gothic in aesthetic, this book is not for the faint of heart and I loved so much about the conflict and dynamics among our three protagonists, Nadya, Serefin, and Malachiasz. Emily took time to answer some questions about Nadya’s holy relationships and books to read once the book hangover wears off. Continue reading