Welcome to the League of American Traitors Blog Tour! This marks one of fifteen stops on the Fantastic Flying Book Club (FFBC) blog tour hosting League of American Traitors by Matthew Landis, a historical thriller surrounding the descendant of Benedict Arnold. Stick around to learn more about the book and author, read my review, enter a giveaway to win a copy of League of American Traitors, and visit other stops along the tour. So, grab your shovels and let’s start digging up secrets!
Hello again, my sweet little book munchers! Hope you enjoyed an excellent weekend embracing your bookshelves and devouring their contents! Mmm…affection and violent consumption. Sounds good to me. ^_^
Alas, the 24 in 48 Hour Readathon has come to an end. (See my last post here). And though I’m sad it’s over, I’m also glad because…I made it! I read sooo hard, and now I can give my poor eyes some much needed rest. (And, yes, I think there might be smoke coming from my glasses lenses. *Sniff sniff* I smell polycarbonate. Haha.)
Morning, morning bookish lovelies! Hope your summer reading has been excellent and your reading game is going strong. And speaking of games…one of my favorite reading challenges has returned! It’s time for the 24 in 48 Hour Readathon! A nice cool way to dog ear it through our dog days. Pun intended. (I know, I know–I just couldn’t help myself.)
Welcome to the Blacksouls Blog Tour! This marks one of several stops on the Fantastic Flying Book Club (FFBC) blog tour hosting Blacksouls by Nicole Castroman, the much-anticipated sequel to Blackhearts, an origins tale of Blackbeard the pirate. Below you’ll find out more about the book and author, read my review, have a chance to enter a giveaway to win a copy of Blacksouls (Yay!..I mean, Arrr!), and visit other stops along the tour. Ready? Well, weigh anchor and get underway! Continue reading →
Okay, sooo I may or may not have carried my childhood love for Pokémon into my adulthood. (Meaning I might still watch the series from time to time, and might still have my Pokémon paraphernalia from my youth. <_<) And I may or may not have impatiently awaited Pokémon Go since first hearing of its development, pounced on it as soon as it became available to me, and forced…, I mean, uh…aggressively persuaded my sister to join my brother and me in virtually enhanced, pocket-monster-catching merriment. Maybe. Alright, alright, I may be a tinsy bit of a diehard Pokémon fan. So, I ask you, what could more fun for a bookish Pokémon fan such as myself than a challenge combining both reading and training? But, a more important question is… Are you ready to become a bookish Pokémon master? If so, then it’s time to take on the Pokemon Indigo League #ReadThemAllThon challenge! Continue reading →
Faith and Moonlight (Echoes of the Ascended, #4) by Mark Gelineau and Joe King Published: December 15, 2015 by Gelineau & King
Series: Echoes of the Ascended Other work(s): A Reaper of Stone (Echoes of the Ascended, #1), Rend the Dark (Echoes of the Ascended, #2), Best Left in the Shadows (Echoes of the Ascended, #3) Genres: Fantasy, Young Adult Pages: 104 Rating: 4.5/5, PG-13
Roan and Kay are orphans.
A fire destroys their old life, but they have one chance to enter the School of Faith.
They are given one month to pass the entry trials, but as Roan excels and Kay fails, their devotion to each other is put to the test.
They swore they would face everything together, but when the stakes are losing the life they’ve always dreamed of, what will they do to stay together?
What won’t they do?
Once again, we return to the realm of the Ascended, Aedaron, and meet two new characters: Roan and Kay. After a devastating fire consumes their orphanage, the two youths set out to establish a new, more stable future. By enrolling in the School of Faith, a place where aspirants attempt to become one of the Razors of legend, Roan and Kay hope to stake their claim in history.