Are you an avid reader looking for your next "fix"? Can't bear to be without some form of reading material in your spare time? Welcome to my world! Whether you are seeking a new book to "feed your need", or you are an author seeking an unbiased point of view on your own recent masterpiece, this is the place to be. With life as with books, you never know where the next step might take you...

Monday, January 30, 2023

REVIEW + GIVEAWAY starring... The Wicked Ones by Robin Benway

We're back again with another fabulous tour featuring a not-to-be-missed title you'll be chomping at the bit to read!  I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the THE WICKED ONES by Robin Benway BLOG TOUR hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. Check out my review, snag your chance to enter the giveaway, and then make your way to the other sites participating for more bookish fun. Ladies and gents, may I present...

 

THE WICKED ONES (Dark Ascension, 1)

by Robin Benway

Pub. Date: January 10, 2023

Publisher: Disney Press

Formats: Hardcover, eBook, Audiobook

Pages: 320

Find it: Goodreadshttps://books2read.com/THE-WICKED-ONES

"Blood is blood...and one way or another, we all bleed."

Drizella and Anastasia only know one thing for certain: they will never end up like their mother, Lady Tremaine. When their father left them as young girls, he took what was left of their family’s fortune and their mother’s dignity with him. A few years and one deceased stepfather later, the only version of Lady Tremaine that Drizella and Anastasia know is a bitter and cruel head of house. Anastasia and Drizella have promised themselves―and each other―that they'll be different. They'll find love, see the world, and never let their hearts go cold.

But both sisters are all too aware of what it can mean when cast into disfavor with their mother, and fueled by Lady Tremaine’s tendencies to pit the daughters against one another, Drizella and Anastasia are locked into a complicated waltz of tenuous sisterhood. On the cusp of the royal debut party―their one chance to impress the Prince and live up to their mother’s expectations―the sisters at last get a glimpse of what life could be like outside of Lady Tremaine’s intentions: Drizella discovering a love of science and Anastasia sparking a secret romance. But never underestimate the power a mother whose greatest talents lie in manipulation, and the sisters may learn that even the cruelest of hearts can spill blood.

This first book in the new Disney Villains Dark Ascension series by National Book Award-winning author Robin Benway explores the complex sibling rivalry between the two wicked stepsisters from Cinderella that turned them into the characters we know today.

 


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Alright, so first things first, this isn't exactly the Cinderella story you know, but rather a story that spins its own web, weaves its own magic,  while still retaining a few bits here and there to keep things vaguely familiar. Now, before you jump the gun, don't let that put you off in the least because it's truly memorable in its own accord! Just listen...

It's sort of the story of what turned the stepsisters from not-quite-meshing siblings to absolutely wicked.  It'll soften your heart to their plight... right up until the actual change (at least it did mine!)... and make it THAT much easier to understand them, if such a thing was formerly desired. The thing is...here, they weren't so bad to start out. If you hadn't guessed, it boils down to upbringing, and Lady Tremaine was not a force to mess with.  Again, we're brought into her inner circle (so to speak) to see bits of what made her the way she was, but the end to which she goes to in order to ensure her own happiness or comfort above all else is truly disturbing. At some point, you can't simpy blame your circumstances. Look at Ella! She certainly wasn't given the moon or stars once her father passed, and yet she found some amount of joy in her day. The girls try, and they almost reach that happy-ever-after ending, but for whom, how, and if it's successful, I'll have to leave you in the dark. Can't run around spoiling things, now can I?

Suffice it to say, this is a story fairytale fans won't want to miss! It's also the start of a new series with Disney Press, the DARK ASCENSION SERIES, that sounds VERY promising indeed! Step away from the fairytale and look beyond the fairy godmother assist to discover just how real a dream of the heart can be, when discovered or shattered! 


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About the author...

Robin Benway is a National Book Award-winning and New York Times-bestselling author of eight novels for young adults, including Far From the Tree, Audrey, Wait!, the AKA series, and Emmy & Oliver. Her books have received numerous awards and recognition, including the PEN America Literary Award, the Blue Ribbon Award from the Bulletin for the Center of Children's Books, ALA’s Best Books for Young Adults, and ALA’s Popular Paperbacks for Young Adults. In addition, her novels have received starred reviews from Bookpage, Kirkus, Booklist, and Publishers Weekly, and have been published in more than 25 countries. Her sixth novel, Far From the Tree, won the National Book Award for Young People's Literature, the PEN America Award, and was named one of the best books of the year by The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, NPR, PBS, Entertainment Weekly, and the Boston Globe. In addition to her fictional work, her non-fiction work has appeared in the Los Angeles Times, Bustle, Elle, and more. Her latest book, A Year To the Day, was published on June 21, 2022, and her next book, The Wicked Ones, the origin story of Cinderella’s wicked stepsisters, will be released by Disney Books on January 10, 2023.

Robin grew up in Orange County, California, attended NYU, where she was a recipient of the Seth Barkas Prize for Creative Writing, and is a graduate of UCLA. She currently lives in Los Angeles with her dog, Hudson.

Website | Twitter | Instagram | Goodreads | Amazon  | BookBub

 


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Giveaway

1 winner will receive a finished copy of THE WICKED ONES, US Only.

Ends February 4th, midnight EST.




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Special thanks to the Rockstar Book Tours team for the chance to bring this tour to you and to the publisher for the copy for review. (THANKS!) For more information on this title, the author, the publisher, this tour, or those on the horizon, feel free to click through the links provided above. This title is available now, so click on over to your favorite online store, or plan a trip to your local brick and mortar! Catch the rest of the tour for more!


Tour Schedule:

Week One:

1/2/2022

Ohyouread

IG Post

1/3/2022

Kait Plus Books

Excerpt/IG Post

1/4/2022

YA Books Central

Excerpt/IG Post

1/5/2022

OddandBookish

Review/IG Post

1/6/2022

Nerdophiles

Review/IG Post

1/7/2022

@more.books.yes.please

IG Review/TikTok Post

Week Two:

1/8/2022

Wanderingwitchreads

TikTok Review/IG Post

1/9/2022

Books With A Chance of Traveling

Review/IG Post

1/10/2022

travelersguidetobooks

IG Review

1/11/2022

Eye-Rolling Demigod's Book Blog

Review/IG Post

1/12/2022

booksaremagictoo

Review/IG Post

1/13/2022

NeverKnotReading

IG Review

1/14/2022

Mindyourshelf

Review/IG Post

Week Three:

1/15/2022

The Momma Spot

Review/IG Post

1/16/2022

The Book View

Review/IG Post

1/17/2022

Library of Becca

Review/IG Post

1/18/2022

A Bookish Dream

Review/IG Post

1/19/2022

A Backwards Story

Review/IG Post

1/20/2022

onemused

IG Review

1/21/2022

@carlysunshinebooks

IG Review/LFL Drop Pic

Week Four:

1/22/2022

A Blue Box Full of Books

IG Review/LFL Drop Pic

1/23/2022

popthebutterfly

Review/IG Post

1/24/2022

OneMoreExclamation

Review/IG Post

1/25/2022

@froggyreadteach

IG Review

1/26/2022

Lisa Loves Literature

Review/IG Post

1/27/2022

Emily Ashlyn

IG Review/FB Post

1/28/2022

@enjoyingbooksagain

IG Review

Week Five:

1/29/2022

Momfluenster

IG Review/FB Post

1/30/2022

Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers

Review/IG Post

1/31/2022

@drew_ambitious_reading

IG Review/TikTok Post




Until next time, remember...if it looks good, READ IT!


GUEST POST + GIVEAWAY featuring... Storykeeper by Daniel A. Smith

 


Today, we've got Silver Dagger Book Tours on deck as we bring the book spotlight to a work of Historical Fiction that sounds equal parts mystery and mysterious. Take a quick peek between the pages, then KEEP READING for a special Guest Post from the author himself!


Storykeeper

Nine-Rivers Valley Book 1

by

 Daniel A. Smith

Genre: Historical Fiction 

"A stunning novel and a joy to read" Helen Hollick, Managing Editor - Historical Novel Society
"Smith writes fluidly, and the society he depicts is intriguingly complex." - 
Kirkus Reviews
"Steeped in immediacy and vivid detail." D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer - 
Midwest Book Review


     The first recorded Europeans to cross the Mississippi River reached the western shore on June 18, 1541. Hernando De Soto and his army of three hundred and fifty conquistadors spent the next year and a half conquering the nations in the fertile flood plains of eastern Arkansas.
     Three surviving sixteenth-century journals written during the expedition detailed a complex array of twelve different nations. Each had separate beliefs, languages, and interconnected villages with capital towns comparable in size to European cities of the time. Through these densely populated sites, the Spanish carried a host of deadly old-world diseases, a powerful new religion, and war.
     No other Europeans ventured into this land until French explorers arrived one hundred and thirty years later. They found nothing of the people or the towns that the Spanish had so vividly described. For those lost nations, the only hope that their stories, their last remaining essence will ever be heard again lies with one unlikely Storykeeper.
 


~~~Editorial Reviews of Storykeeper, winner of 
Best Indie Book Award 2013

"'A man without a story is one without a past,' Smith writes, 'and a man without a past is one without wisdom.' By the time readers have wandered freely through the strange realm of the Storykeeper, they may well find those words more prophetic, and more powerful." - 
Kirkus Reviews

"Storykeeper is a complex read . . . With both perspective and time in flux, readers are carried along on a historical and cultural journey that, while compelling, requires attention to detail: not for those seeking light entertainment, it's a saga that demands - and deserves - careful reading and contemplation." D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer - 
Midwest Book Review
 
"I was not only entertained by this book, but educated about a period of history of which I knew nothing. I loved the chapter structure which has a rhythm of its own, all wrapped in an attractive and appropriate cover. I have no hesitation in recommending this book no matter where your historical interest may lie. I give it 5 stars!" Helen Hollick, Managing Editor - 
Historical Novel Society (Editor's Choice)
 
"Smith has created a wealth of history and culture that will make you weep. Creating words and phrases with a poetic sense, building a feel for Native American culture that feels so genuine and, yet, is eminently readable." Kathy Davie - 
Books, Movies, Reviews!
 
"I love this story, and I applaud Daniel A. Smith on his diligent research. Smith writes some strong characters in this gripping story. Every human emotion is engaged, and at times I felt like I was right there with Manaha and the tribes who fought against DeSoto. Superbly done. I'm sure I will be reading this book again." SK - 
The Jelly Bomb Review
 
"The book's images, enhanced by objective historical writing are portals into the distant past, sometimes humorous, often heartbreaking, but always illuminating." Fred Petrucelli - 
Log Cabin


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Also by the author, a telling of the inspiration behind Storykeeper:

One summer weekend, my wife and I were enjoying one of our favorite pastimes, exploring the back roads of Arkansas. The state has such a diversity of landscapes and inspiring scenery, a day-drive is always an adventure. We happened to drive through an out-of-the-way community with a number of unusual spherically-shaped boulders or orbs (diameters ranging from 1 to 4.5 feet), prominently displayed in front of homes, businesses and even the local post office. These intriguing boulders piqued my curiosity and pulled me back to the mysterious area many times over the next few years. In the orb stones, I didn’t find the story I was searching for and needing to write, but I discovered a palatable mystic, an inquisitive urge and inspirations that influenced and contributed my historical novel, Storykeeper.


Orb Stones and Geoglyphs: A Writer's Journey

by Daniel A. Smith

Genre: NonFiction, Biography, Geology

A soulful mix of writing, geology, rock and roll, and ancient lost nations comes from the author of the award winning historical novel, Storykeeper. The thought-provoking account of a ten-year search for mystical orbs, mysterious earthworks, and forgotten history intends to inspire the storyteller in all of us to begin their own journey.

"Highly recommended for a wide audience." Donovan's Literary Services - Midwest Book Review

"More an adventure tale than a chronicle of schooling." Big Al - Books and Pals


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~~~   GUEST POST  ~~~
with Author Daniel A. Smith


Can you, for those who don't know you already, tell something about yourself and how you became an author?
 
I’m not a writer by trade or training. I’m a sound man, an audio tech who spent the last four decades relatively unnoticed in the middle of large crowds surrounded by knobs, faders and meters, quietly controlling what they hear and experience. I have been a sound engineer on concerts in 48 state and 5 provinces in Canada. Traveling around the continent, each new day was a different venue, different crowd and often different artists or events. This broadened my horizon and gave me a unique behind-the-scenes perspective into the ceremony, pageantry, group-bonding, and inherent need of people to gather in mass celebrations. 
However, when I write I find that I’m most creative when I’m far from crowds and as close to nature as I can get.



Tell us about Storykeeper. What is it about? 

Storykeeper is about a first encounter between two completely different cultures and the tragic results that followed. It unfolds through fireside stories told to and by three protagonists, each a generation apart. In June of 1541, the Spanish conqueror Hernando de Soto and his army of three-hundred conquistadors arrived in the Native American nation of Casqui, forty miles west of present day Memphis, TN. 
Below the surface, the novel is really about storytelling. I think it is one of humanity’s most basic and defining characteristic, the unique ability and the driving desire to tell stories. All stories from ancient cave painting to the most structured novel contribute to the enduring nature of humankind and are crucial for the survival of any culture.
A tip for new writers, don’t tell an agent that you are writing a novel about story “telling” even if you are.



What genre is it? 

Storykeeper is a historical literary novel, based on actual events documented in four surviving sixteenth-century Spanish journals. It is also a coming-of-age adventure with a cast of thousands in great ceremonies, battles with an amphibious assault, life-changing journeys, and very small love interest. At its core, Storykeeper is a Native American novel, formed and told from their perspective, reflecting their ancient traditions and culture.



What kind of readers will it appeal to?

I hope that it would be appreciated and enjoyed by a wide range of readers. It will appeal to anyone with the desire to learn more about ancient Native American culture and a neglected, formative period of American history. Some of my favorite comments come from readers who say; this is not the type of book that I would normally read, but I really liked it and I learned something.





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Daniel grew up in Arkansas. In his youth, he began working for his father riding in a Studebaker pick-up truck around the state, servicing refrigeration units in tourist courts and small country stores. Years later, Daniel traveled some of those same back roads for his own business, installing sound systems. For the first time, he began to notice the surprising number of ancient earthworks that covered the state.

He realized that like most everyone else, he had no idea who built them, when, or why. What began as an observation grew to a driving curiosity to research historical documents and the state's vast archeological findings. The untold stories and lost history all around him inspired Daniel's debut novel, Storykeeper.

Smith began his artistic career as a professional audio engineer. For over thirty-five years, he crossed the country, providing sound engineering services for all types of events from outdoor music festivals, concerts, and political rallies to lectures. A parcel list of celebrities Smith worked with includes numerous dignitaries such as Presidents: Ronald Reagan, George H. Bush, William Jefferson Clinton, and George W. Bush, also Bob Hope, Colin Powell, Paul Harvey, Martha Stewart, and Dr. Ruth, and a wide variety of entertainers, including, Kris Kristofferson, Alice Cooper, Dolly Parton, Steve Martin, Allman Brothers Band, Jimmy Buffet, Barbara Mandrell, Ray Charles, Reba McEntire, Dizzy Gillespie, Iron Butterfly, Dave Brubeck Quartet and Willie Nelson.


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Saturday, January 28, 2023

REVIEW starring... The Marriage Season by Jane Dunn


Time to step back in time with Rachel's Random Resources as we take part in their latest tour featuring a new Historical Romance novel you won't want to miss. Grab your best day dress, and prepare to wow the ton as we take a closer look at today's ebook of choice...



The Marriage Season
by
Jane Dunn


About the book...

‘It’s not a fair world I’m afraid. Beauty or fortune carries the day. You have the beauty and I the fortune, so there’s every chance we’ll succeed’

In Regency England, marriage is everything. For young widow Sybella Lovatt, the time has come to find a suitable husband for her sister and ward Lucie. Male suitors are scarce near their Wiltshire estate, so the sisters resolve to head to London in time for The Season to begin.

Once ensconced at the Mayfair home of Lady Godley, Lucie’s godmother, the whirl of balls, parties and promenades can begin. But the job of finding a husband is fraught with rules and tradition.

Jostling for attention are the two lords – the charming and irresistible Freddie Lynwood and the preternaturally handsome Valentine Ravenell, their enigmatic neighbour from Shotten Hall, Mr Brabazon, and the dangerous libertine Lord Rockliffe, with whom the brooding Brabazon is locked in deadly rivalry.

Against the backdrop of glamorous Regency England, Sybella must settle Lucie’s future, protect her own reputation, and resist the disreputable rakes determined to seduce the beautiful widow. As the Season ends, will the sisters have found the rarest of things – a suitable marriage with a love story to match?






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Honestly, this one a so much fun!
From the impromptu meet cute where he quite literally fell for her, despite "her" not actually being in the vicinity when the fall happened, to the tenuous relationship formed between the guardians, you have your hands full and your heart on your sleeve!

The sisters were quite the duo, each eligible in their own way, and yet not as well. The hoops ladies had to jump through back on the day, despite having read my fair share of Historical Romance novels, still surprises! I suppose some of those obstacles still exist today though because how often do you hear or see or experience someone not being their true self, but a representation of their best behavior when "courting" a potential love interest? Am I right? I mean, finding that one, that person that gets us, takes us as we are, is the ultimate goal, and Sybella won't stand for anything less for Lucie... what about you? Anywho, back to the book...

I had my reservations about a few characters, while my heart was rather open to a few others. However, while the love matches can be vexing, you can't help but smile at the antics of the little boy! You really do never know what he's going to say next, do you? 😂 Ah, the innocence of childhood... and the laughter it can bring to any hardened heart. 

Suffice it to say, this story had all the makings of a grand tale, and the ending did not disappoint. Genre fans take note, definitely one not to miss!



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About the author...

Jane Dunn is an historian and biographer and the author of seven acclaimed biographies, including Daphne du Maurier and her Sisters and the Sunday Times and NYT bestseller, Elizabeth & Mary: Cousins, Rivals, Queens. She comes to Boldwood with her first fiction outing – a trilogy of novels set in the Regency period, the first of which is to be published in January 2023. She lives in Berkshire with her husband, the linguist Nicholas Ostler.






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Special thanks to Rachel at Rachel's Random Resources for the chance to bring this tour to you and to Harlequin Books for the ecopy for review. (THANKS!) For more information on this title, the author, this promotion, or those on the horizon, feel free to click through the links provided above. This title is available now, so click on over to your favorite online retailer to snag your copy today and be sure to check out the rest of the tour for more bookish fun!



Until next time, remember...if it looks good, READ IT!


Friday, January 27, 2023

REVIEW + GIVEAWAY starring... A Ruinous Fate by Kaylie Smith

Greetings fellow readers!

Today, I am thrilled to be hosting a spot on the A RUINOUS FATE by Kaylie Smith Blog Tour hosted by Rockstar Book Tours. It's infused with magic, mayhem, dangerous fates, and uncertain futures...just to start with!  KEEP READING to check out my post, make sure to enter the giveaway, and then click on over to the other sites participating for more bookish fun!

 

A RUINOUS FATE (Heartless Fates #1)

by Kaylie Smith

Pub. Date: January 3, 2023

Publisher: Disney-Hyperion

Formats: Hardcover, eBook

Pages: 432

Find it: Goodreadshttps://books2read.com/u/boyLnZ

Fate does not choose the weak. Fate chooses the ready.

Illustros is a cursed realm ruled by the ruthless Gods of Fate, and no one understands the Fates’ wrath more than Calliope Rosewood. Blessed with unspeakable powers that terrify even the most dangerous witches and fae, Calla hides her forbidden magic in shame and fear that one wrong touch could send her to her death. With only her two best friends in tow, Calla deserted her coven and has been on the run ever since.

Worse, Calla is concealing an even darker secret: fate has chosen her as the final prophesied Blood Warrior, the being destined to start the Fates’ War, which will decimate her people and eradicate their magic.

After a betrayal from her infuriating ex Ezra leads her one step closer to fulfilling that age-old prophecy, Calla is desperate to do whatever it takes to reset her fate. So when a mysterious and charming witch offers to help Calla do just that, she immediately agrees to his plan. Only catch? That plan includes journeying into the deadly Neverending Forest with Ezra and said witch, who just so happens to be Ezra’s tempting older brother. Torn between her past desires and alluring new possibilities, Calla brings along her best friends to fight what lies ahead.

As the group ventures into the enchanted woods together, they’ll all soon learn that choosing your destiny comes with dire consequences . . . and the Fates are not to be tested. Calla believes the Fates have it out for her, while others believe they have chosen her for a reason. But in the end, Calla will have to fight to forge her own destiny and decide if the risk of choosing herself is worth the possibility of damning everyone else.

 

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You know, as much as this is a Young Adult Fantasy story, it still resonates in real life.  I mean, grant it, the obstacles we face aren't always as dire as Calla's are, since we're talking literally life and death, but they come pretty close and skate the line REALLY close.  It's hard to choose yourself, choose you over others.  It sounds selfish, but self preservation isn't a bad thing.  SOMEONE has to protect you, so that someone may as well be you.  Now, that doesn't mean keeping others at arms length, living a solid life of one, but it does mean that you are as important as everyone else.  It does mean that your knee jerk reaction to self-sacrifice isn't necessarily the best way, or the only way.  It does mean that the family you have, whether gathered or born into, are there for you because they value you, not simply what you can do or provide.  So as much as the danger surrounds Calla and her companions, as much as the darkness calls to her from outside as well as in, as much as the easy way would be to simply give in or give up, it's never really that simple in the end...and the repercussions would be far reaching.

Take a chance.  Get to know Calla, and her two best friends.  Discover the Onyx witch that captured her heart in spite of itself, and the other that's dancing on the edge of her feelings that's done more for her than the first.  Witness the magical net that is inevitably drawing closer and closer to snaring its prey...that prey being Calla...and be there for the fireworks as her power flies free, for better or worse.  A stunning start to what promises to be a great series; I can't wait for the next installment!



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About the author...

Kaylie Smith is a writer and lover of all things magical and fantasy. She grew up in Louisiana where she frequently haunted bookstores and practiced her writing craft. After getting her degree in graphic design, she decided to fully pursue her dream of being an author, and the first book in her YA fantasy series, A RUINOUS FATE, debuts in January 2023 from Disney Hyperion. When she isn’t writing or reading, she can be found at home with her menagerie of animals, fussing over her houseplants, or annoying people about astrology.

Website | Twitter | Instagram | TikTok | Goodreads | Amazon

 



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YOUR CHANCE TO WIN...

1 winner will receive a finished copy of A RUINOUS FATE, US Only.

Ends February 4th, midnight EST.



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Special thanks to the Rockstar Book Tours team for the chance to bring this tour to you and to the publisher for the copy for review. (THANKS!) For more information on this title, the author, the publisher, this tour, or those on the horizon, feel free to click through the links provided above. This title is available now, so click on over to your favorite online store, or plan a trip to your local brick and mortar!  Catch the rest of the tour for more!



Tour Schedule:

Week One:

1/2/2022

Kait Plus Books

Excerpt/IG Post

1/3/2022

YA Books Central

Excerpt/IG Post

1/4/2022

Books and Zebras

Review/IG Post

1/5/2022

Library of Becca

Review/IG Post

1/6/2022

pluvioreads

Review/IG Post

1/7/2022

travelersguidetobooks

IG Review

Week Two:

1/8/2022

@more.books.yes.please

IG Review/TikTok Post

1/9/2022

Wanderingwitchreads

TikTok Review/IG Post

1/10/2022

NeverKnotReading

IG Review

1/11/2022

Review Thick And Thin

Review/IG Post

1/12/2022

Ohyouread

IG Post

1/13/2022

onemused

IG Review

1/14/2022

Book Reviews by Alison

IG Review

Week Three:

1/15/2022

Book Briefs

Review/IG Post

1/16/2022

The Momma Spot

Review/IG Post

1/17/2022

Thindbooks Blog

Review/IG Post

1/18/2022

@brittyoreads

IG Review

1/19/2022

A Blue Box Full of Books

IG Review/LFL Drop Pic

1/20/2022

A Dream Within A Dream

Review/IG Post

1/21/2022

A Bookish Dream

Review/IG Post

Week Four:

1/22/2022

popthebutterfly

Review/IG Post

1/23/2022

OneMoreExclamation

Review/IG Post

1/24/2022

@froggyreadteach

IG Review

1/25/2022

Eli to the nth

Review/IG Post

1/26/2022

Nerdophiles

Review

1/27/2022

Satisfaction for Insatiable Readers

Review/IG Post

1/28/2022

The Book View

Review/IG Post

Week Five:

1/29/2022

@drew_ambitious_reading

IG Review/TikTok Post

1/30/2022

Momfluenster

IG Review/FB Post

1/31/2022

Eye-Rolling Demigod's Book Blog

Review/IG Post



Until next time, remember...if it looks good, READ IT!


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