ARCs—advanced reader copies—are important in the publishing process for every writer. The one major thing to do before publishing a book is build hype. You want your readers to jump up and down with excitement for your upcoming book. Quite similar to how many people freak out every time Marvel releases a new trailer. And … Continue reading ARCs — What are they? And why do writers need them?
Title: Servant MageAuthor: Kate ElliottGenre: Fantasy NovellaPages: 176 pagesPublication date: January 18, 2022 Thank you NetGalley for giving me an ARC copy of the book in exchange for a fair review! In Servant Mage, Fellion gets taken out of indentured servitude without much of a choice. She is forced to promise that she'll help rescue … Continue reading ARC Review — Servant Mage
Title: The Bone WayAuthor: Holly J. UnderhillGenre: Fantasy retellingPages: 162 pagesPublication date: June 26, 2021 I got an arc from NetGalley and Nyx Publishing in exchange for an honest review. Thank you both for that! And honestly? I enjoyed reading this story. The Bone Way has a great premise and starts off in the heat … Continue reading ARC Review — The Bone Way
"I have seen many different depictions of my sisters and me. Some are admittedly fairly accurate, whilst others are so far off the mark it is almost comical. The ones that make me laugh the most are where we are depicted as beautiful women, with snakes wrapped seductively around us. Honestly, people will try to … Continue reading Book review – Medusa (Spoiler Free)