Tea for Readers

Teas for Readers 106

What happens when your paycheque is a little bigger than you were expecting? You splash out on teas and books, maybe a new blanket. Pillows. New calligraphy pens. OK, I've got a long list of stuff. Anyway, this time I got some new teas to try out and they're a little unusual. As in, they make… Continue reading Teas for Readers 106

News and Updates

Scorpio’s Grace Cover Reveal

Y'all know I'm a book blogger. Not by trade, though that would be freaking amazing. But did you know I'm also an author? Right now I have a short story: The Witch's Touch and a collection of three short stories: Vox Saeth: The Voice of Seven that I published in 2018 and 2019 respectively. (You can find a… Continue reading Scorpio’s Grace Cover Reveal

How does a good book look?

How does a good book look? #1

Being a writer and a reader can really mess up a brain. So much so that I've created my own little internal system that I use when reading: red flags and gold stars. I'll admit, it's a work-in-progress but here's what this brand new post thread is all about. After reading so many indie books,… Continue reading How does a good book look? #1

New Releases

#NewRelease – Fallen University

Title: Fallen University: Year One Author: Callie Rose Genre: Supernatural academy/Reverse harem Release date: 30th June 2019   Blurb: "One day, I was a regular college student, working a boring job and studying for finals—and the next, I was transformed into some strange creature of the night. Now I’ve got powers I don’t understand, I… Continue reading #NewRelease – Fallen University

Book Reviews

Screamcatcher: Web World #BookReview

Title: Screamcatcher: Web World Author: Christy J. Breedlove Genre: Urban fantasy Rating: Two stars   Blurb: "When seventeen-year-old Jory Pike cannot shake the hellish nightmares of her parent’s deaths, she turns to an old family heirloom, a dream catcher. Even though she’s half blood Chippewa, Jory thinks old Indian lore is so yesterday, but she’s… Continue reading Screamcatcher: Web World #BookReview