Book Review: “Juniper Leaves: The Otherworldly Tale of a Lonesome Magical Girl” by Jaz Joyner

“Juniper Leaves: The Otherworldly Tale of a Lonesome Magical Girl” by Jaz Joyner (2017) Genre: Fantasy, Fiction Page Length: 250 pages (electronic review copy) Synopsis:  Kinky-haired blerd Juniper Bray used to believe in magic, until she lost her best friend: her grandmother. Now this 15-year-old shy girl is going on her dad’s research trip to a […]

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Book Review: “Into The Bright Unknown” (Gold Seer Trilogy #3) by Rae Carson

“Into The Bright Unknown” (Gold Seer #3) by Rae Carson (2017) Genre: YA, Fiction, Historical, Fantasy Page Length: 343 pages (hardcover edition) Synopsis: Leah Westfall, her fiancé Jefferson, and her friends have become rich in the California Territory, thanks to Lee’s magical ability to sense precious gold. But their fortune has made them a target, […]

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Book Blitz: “The Epic Crush of Genie Lo” by F.C. Yee

I am so excited that THE EPIC CRUSH OF GENIE LO by F.C. Yee is available now and that I get to share the news!you haven’t yet heard about this wonderful book by Author F.C. Yee, be sure to check out all the details below.   This blitz also includes a giveaway for 5 finished copies […]

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Booktube Bites: What To Read If You’re New To Reading Fantasy

Booktube Bites is a bi-weekly segment in which I spotlight cool bookish videos on the internet. I will discuss some entertaining videos and Booktubers which you can check out. Feel free to participate as well, and send in your own recommendations of videos you would like spotlighted. Today’s Video: What To Read If You’re New To Reading […]

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Book Review: “Thief of Lies” (Library Jumpers #1) by Brenda Drake

Thief of Lies (Library Jumpers #1) by Brenda Drake (2016) Genre: YA, Fantasy, Fiction Page Length: 378 pages (hardcover edition) Synopsis: Gia Kearns would rather fight with boys than kiss them. That is, until Arik, a leather-clad hottie in the Boston Athenaeum, suddenly disappears. While examining the book of world libraries he abandoned, Gia unwittingly speaks the key […]

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Book Review: “Hope in Nautical Dusk” (Opal Charm #2) by Miri Castor

“Hope in Nautical Dusk” (Opal Charm #2) by Miri Castor (2017) Genre: YA, Fantasy, Fiction Page Length: 422 pages  (electronic review copy) Synopsis: The Gift of Twilight flourishes within Opal Charm as winter descends on Dewdrop. Life was already rough before, but Opal’s got new obstacles to face – getting into high school, bringing her […]

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Book Review: “The Path to Dawn”(Opal Charm, #1) by Miri Castor

Opal Charm: The Path to Dawn (Volume 1) by Miri Castor (2016) Genre: Fantasy, Fiction, Middle Grade/YA Page Length: 408 pages (electronic copy) Synopsis: Opal is a young girl living in Dewdrop, a bustling suburb southeast of New York. Life is a constant struggle for her, until she befriends newcomer, Hope Adaire. With the girls’ friendship […]

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Book Review: “A Shadow Bright and Burning” (Kingdom on Fire #1) by Jessica Clueless

Book Review: “A Shadow Bright and Burning” (Kingdom on Fire #1) by Jessica Clueless (2016) Genre: YA, Fantasy, Fiction Page Length: 416 pages (hardcover edition) Synopsis: Henrietta can burst into flames. Forced to reveal her power to save a friend, she’s shocked when instead of being executed, she’s named the first female sorcerer in hundreds […]

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Book Review: “The Reader” (Sea of Ink and Gold #1) by Traci Chee

“The Reader” (Sea of Ink and Gold #1) by Traci Chee (2016) Genre: YA, Fantasy, Adventure Page Length: 442 pages (hardcover edition) Synopsis: Sefia lives her life on the run. After her father is viciously murdered, she flees to the forest with her aunt Nin, the only person left she can trust. They survive in […]

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Monthly Comic Corner: January & February Edition

“Monthly Comic Corner” is a segment that compiles mini-reviews of comics, graphic novels, and manga that I’ve read for the month. I’ve actually fallen behind on this segment due to my busy schedule, but I’m working on trying to get back to it’s “monthly status”. Here are my reviews for the month of January and February which […]

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