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#CoverReveal Helpless: A Short Story Collection by Tiffany Christina Lewis

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  Hello, hello and good morning. I'm back again with another cover reveal. This time it is for a short story collection. Helpless: A Short Story Collection by Tiffany Christina Lewis Expected Publication: May 28, 2021 Genre: Short Story Collection, Paranormal, Sci-Fi, Romance, Adventure, and Crime Fiction Age Group: 18+ — — — Book Blurb “Finally, a book dedicated to the craziness, determination, and spirit of grit that women possess.” Janae Bunn  Women are powerful and can be rational thinkers under pressure. They can also be devious and vengeful. A woman is not just a ball of emotions. Women can fight, they can protect, and they can win. These eight stories of women kicking ass, standing tall, and refusing to be victims are Tiffany’s opposition to the tropes of true crime. With stories from five genres including Horror, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Romance, and Crime Fiction, you are sure to find a story you love. “Tiffany Christina Lewis branches out with new stories that will have you at

#coverreveal: Goodbye to the Sun by Jonathan Nevair

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  Good Morning! Today I bring forth a cover reveal!! 📚📚📚 Goodbye to the Sun by Jonathan Nevair Series: Wind Tide (#1) Expected Publication: May 2021 Genre: Science Fiction, LGBTQ+ 📚📚📚 📚📚📚 A little about the book! Book Blurb Tucked away in the blue sands of Kol 2, the Motes are on the brink of cultural collapse. Razor, a bold and daring pilot, leads a last-ditch gambit against their local oppressors, the Targitians. The plan - abduct visiting Ambassador Keen Draden and use him as a bargaining chip to restore her people’s independence in the Sagittarius Arm. But when the operation unravels, Razor is forced to renegotiate terms with the arrogant diplomat. Battling furious Wind Tides and pursuit by an infamous bounty hunter, Razor and Keen find mutual assistance in a dubious freelancer with a knack for exposing cracks in people’s pride. Light years away on Heroon a radical resistance blossoms. The alluring rainforest planet haunts Keen. All his problems started there during the Pa

#BookReview Stones of Light (Threadlight #2) by Zack Aryle

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  Book:Stones of Light Author: Zack Aryle Series: Threadlight book 2 Published: April 4th 2021 Publisher: Zack Aryle (Self-Pub) ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Beware of spoilers!! How does one review a sequel whilst not spoiling either book? I will try my best BUT like I said previously beware.   After the events of book 1 Voice of War our cast of characters Chrys, Laurel and Alverax have been through a lot and now well continue to go through a lot in Stones of Light.  Chrys is battling to gain control of himself, the voice in his head turning to be something much worse than what he ever could imagine. Witnessing himself do and say such horrific acts. To find out that isn't him but a "god" named Relek Laurel, is now an achromatic, having lost her ability to control threadlight and now at the hands of Alabella the head of the bloodtheives. Alverax, the only obsidian threadweaver is now with Zeda people in the city of Felia to ask for protection and shelter after their land was burnt to the ground

#bookreview Secrets of Camp Whatever Vol. 1 by Chris Grine

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                                                                     Secrets of Camp Whatever Vol. 1 by Chris Grine Published: March 30th 2021 by Oni Press ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Willow's family are moving into a new house in the town of Nowhere, and to help make the move easier on them all she is sent to away to summer camp, Camp..Whatever. Camp Whatever is located on a island, which seems to always have fog around it. They are warned not to stray far in it, and not to go out at night. Strange things start to happen, snacks are stolen, hairy arms can have been seen sticking out from under the bed, and the kids say the lunch lady is a vampire. Strange name, strange town, strange camp directors. Secrets of Camp Whatever is a cute middle grade graphic novel, I enjoyed the illustrations and the characters. The disability rep with Willow being deaf and wearing a hearing aid was great to see. The fact that that there are characters who knew sign language made me happy. I'm very interested to see wha

#BookReview Dragons of Spring Dawning (Dragonlance Chronicles III) by Margaret Weis & Tracy Hickman

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  Dragons of Spring Dawning (Dragonlance Chronicles #3) Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman First published Sept 12, 1985 Wizards of the Coast ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Waring there are spoilers travel with caution. When I closed the book up last night with book mark laid on the side my heart was heavy but I had a smile on my face. We had come full circle. I still have questions that I hope in a future a trilogy or book we get some answers to.  I cried twice. I don't mean my eyes filled up or a tear escaped and trickled down my face. I mean full on ugly cry. And I couldn't stop. I read the signs, the foreshadowing, I knew something was going to happen. I drew a sad face in my book at each mention. But I didn't expect it to hit me so hard when it did. I haven't cried that hard over a book character in such a long time. I am an emotional sap so I do cry at books, movies, tv but not all of them get this strong of a reaction. The bf asked me what was wrong, I just said I'm reading. He understo

#BookTour Legacy of the Brightwash (Tainted Dominion #1) by Krystle Matar Plus giveaway (International)

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Legacy of the Brightwash by Krystle Matar Series: Tainted Dominion (#1) Published: February 18, 2021 Genre: Grimdark Fantasy, Gaslamp Fantasy Pages: 662 (Print Length) ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ CW: Miscarriage, Addiction, Substance abuse, Prisoner abuse, Body horror, Gore, Violence, Police brutality, Racism, Torture A body of a dead girl has washed up on the river bank, visibly mutilated. Her hair shaved close to the scalp with numbers tattooed on the back of her neck. It isn't the job of Tashué Blackwood to investigate this case, he has his hands full with plenty of work and cases already as a Regulations officer for the Authority. It is his job as a tinman to make sure the "Tainted" are kept in their place, and if they aren't compliant it's off to the Rift, (The Residential Institute for Feral Tainted and Non Compliant)  a place he knows too well as his son is locked away inside for not wanting to register is Talent.  But there is something about this girl and what has happened to

#coverreveal White As Frost (The Darkwood Trilogy #1) by Anthea Sharp

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  Hello and welcome back, and if you are new greetings and salutations! Today on the blog I am I have a cover reveal!    White as Frost by Anthea Sharp Series: The Darkwood Trilogy (#1) Expected Publication: May 4, 2021 Genre: Fantasy Age Group: Young Adult 💮 💮 💮 Two sisters. One enchanted forest. And a hidden destiny that could doom them both… I didn't want to come live in the castle beside the Darkwood, and I especially didn't want to become enemies with my stepsister Neeve. But how could I help it? She has magic, while I'm an ordinary girl. She's the heir to the throne, while I'm an annoying afterthought since my mother married the king. And Neeve has the ability to master her emotions while I'm a red-haired disaster.  She also has Thorne, the handsome guardian of the forest, who tutors her in the powers that are her heritage. Even though I know he could never be mine, I can't keep my heart from dreaming of the impossible But everything changes, the da