Interview with Elizabeth Lim

Meet Elizabeth Lim. Elizabeth Lim grew up on a hearty staple of fairy tales, myths, and songs. Her passion for storytelling began around age 10, when she started writing fanfics for Sailor Moon, Sweet Valley, and Star Wars, and posted them online to discover, "Wow, people actually read my stuff. And that's kinda cool!" But … Continue reading Interview with Elizabeth Lim

To Kill a Kingdom Review

***Disclaimer: I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Opinions are my own. Just to be safe, this may contain some spoilers or spoiler-y hints.***                                                                                                    “Technically, I'm a murder, but I like to think that's one of my better qualities.” Alexandra Christo, To Kill a Kingdom   To Kill a Kingdom … Continue reading To Kill a Kingdom Review

Twisted Fairy Tales Series Cover Reveal

  Breathless (Twisted Fairy Tales #1) by Megan Linski Genre: YA Release Date: September 2018 Gryfyn Publishing   Summary from Goodreads:   What if The Little Mermaid was a boy? Son of Poseidon. God of the ocean. Prince of the sea. Adrian lives as a merman, ruling the city of Aquatica. On his twenty-first birthday … Continue reading Twisted Fairy Tales Series Cover Reveal

Guest Book Review: Winter

“Do me a favor princess . . . The next time someone says they’re going to kill you, don’t just let them. - Marissa Meyer, Winter” Winter Review By: Claire Rankin If you’ve seen the reviews for the to the installments of Marissa’ Meyer’s Lunar Chronicles and have yet to get to Winter, not to … Continue reading Guest Book Review: Winter

The Forgotten Fairytales Promo

The Forgotten Fairytales By Angela Parkhurst Genre: YA Fantasy Release Date: February 10th 2014 Summary from Goodreads: Once upon a time, seventeen-year-old Norah Hart believed in the lure of fairytales and happily ever afters. That was before she was forced to live in a fairy tale nightmare. A psychotic, couture-clad, shoe obsessed Princess. A not-so-charming, alcoholic … Continue reading The Forgotten Fairytales Promo

Cress Guest Book Review

“‘She’s just a Lunar shell—she isn’t worth it.’ ‘If you honestly believe that,’ said Thorne, stowing the gun again, ‘then you really don’t recognize true value when you see it. - Marrisa Meyer, Cress” Cress Review By: Claire Rankin Cress was released in February 2014 a little more than a year after its predecessor Scarlet. … Continue reading Cress Guest Book Review

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