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3 Kick-Ass Magical Reads for Ravenclaws

Yes, fellow Ravenclaws! It's our turn for some recommended reads. About time, right? As the undisputed book addicts, it's criminal we've had to wait this long for book recommendations.   Out of Time by Monique Martin Ravenclaws are fascinated with knowledge and there's so much of it in the past. Cast into the 1920s by… Continue reading 3 Kick-Ass Magical Reads for Ravenclaws

Book Reviews

Summer of Incantations by Cruz Asher and Avery Allen #BookReview

Blurb: "Kemina and Gabrielle aren’t just cousins, they are members of the illustrious de Valais family of witches.  On Midsummers Eve the cousins experience the sudden death of a classmate. An event unleashed by the wrath of an obscure enemy. With their impending enrollment in the magical Mont Grey Academy, tensions between the two are… Continue reading Summer of Incantations by Cruz Asher and Avery Allen #BookReview

Book Reviews

#BookReview Pike by Brea Viragh

"Lavinia Cutler can see the future. Sometimes. Not well. It was a charm-gone-wrong from a spell book, and the only thing she could see with startling clarity was the man she’d find to love. The man who would break her heart. There is more than meets the eye to Pike Radclyffe. It’s not just his… Continue reading #BookReview Pike by Brea Viragh

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Keystone by Dannika Dark #BookReview

Blurb: "Raven Black hunts evildoers for fun, but her vigilante justice isn’t the only reason she’s hiding from the law. Half Vampire, half Mage, she’s spent years living as a rogue to stay alive. When a Russian Shifter offers her a job in his covert organization hunting outlaws, dignity and a respectable career are finally… Continue reading Keystone by Dannika Dark #BookReview

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March’s Reading Catch-up

March has been a great month for books, I haven't read any bad ones. Score! In fact, March was an unusual month because I actually read a non-fiction book about magic. A rare thing indeed, but Ancient Magic by Philip Matyszak was a really interesting look into how the Ancient Greeks and Romans looked at the… Continue reading March’s Reading Catch-up