This month I’m in a writing workshop called 15 Days of Writing True, created by one of my favorite writers and surfer girl crushes, Camille Pilar, and the amazing Sofia Cope, who I only discovered because of this workshop. If you’ve heard of Camille and Sofia, then you’ll know how utterly breathtaking their individual works are and you’ll understand when I say that, together, they created a workshop that is all kinds of beautiful. I mean, seriously. Camille’s exquisite words and Sofia’s gorgeous art together? It’s truly sublime.
Today we’re featuring Daughter of Aithne, book 3 of the Silver Web trilogy by author Karin Rita Gastreich. I read and reviewed book 2, Sword of Shadows, some time last year and really liked it. I would’ve reviewed this one, too, but I just don’t have the time right now. I’m happy to spread the word about it though!
Read more about the book and check out the giveaway at the end of this post!
I don’t really know what to do with this blog at the moment, so I thought I’d just take a page from LizofWords and do this Rapid Fire Book Tag thing for today. Yay! It’s basically just a bunch of bookish questions that I’m supposed to answer rapidly (explain explain). LOL.
Okay, blog post filler, here we go! Haha.
Today we’re featuring The Beast of London, book one of The Mina Murray series, by author L.D. Goffigan. This book sounds like something I would really enjoy and I really wanted to review it but I just don’t have enough time right now. I already ordered my copy though so hopefully I’ll get to it soon.
Check out that gorgeous cover! Read more about the book and find out how you can get your hands on a copy!
Today we’re featuring An Unproven Concept, a science fiction/space opera by author James Young. Last year I realized that I enjoy stories set in space so I was interested to check out this book.
Read more about the book below and check out my thoughts on the book. And, of course, enter the giveaway for a chance to win cool artwork (Sorry, US only)!
Woohoo I’m joining in on the cover reveal festivities for Inferno, book 3 of the New World Series by author Jennifer Wilson!
Have you guys read this series yet? I have to be honest, I haven’t but I already have the first two books in Kindle and can’t wait to dig in (as soon as I find the time haha)! I’m in love with the covers and the story is intriguing.
Read more about the books below and check out the details on how you can win awesome prizes just by sharing about the cover reveal! Go go go!
Today we’re featuring Love’s Promise by author Melissa Storm! The ebook version is on sale for 99c until the 12th.
Check out the book, read a message from Melissa Storm and enter the giveaway at the end of this post!
All my February challenges officially ended last week and I’m happy to say I did good. Woot!
My sister and I won “best journal” in the 30 day yoga challenge (hah!) and we each won one week unlimited passes. Yay! I also placed 3rd – tie with a fellow yogi – in the weight loss challenge for losing over 3 kilos! Not bad, eh? :)
Today we’re featuring Windcatcher, written by Jeff Altabef and his daughter Erynn Altabef. I was first drawn to this book because of the American Indian element in the story.
Read more about the book below. It happens to be the first in a series. Then check out my thoughts on the book!
Last month I posted my list of goals for the year and there were only six things on that list: read 3 books a month, write in my Q&A A Day For Writers journal, practice yoga, play ultimate, eat healthy and learn about chakras, meditation, etc.
These “goals” were more like “things I want to do this year” and I wanted to be pretty chill about them because I didn’t want to pressure myself. Anyway, a month into the new year I realized that some of these goals will really have to take a backseat if I focus on one or two because that’s exactly what happened.
Last year we featured the book Rarity from the Hollow, a unique science fiction novel by author Robert Eggleton. The new edition was just released recently so we’re featuring it again!
I find this book really intriguing but I have yet to read it (I haven’t been reading this month gah!). According to the author the book is “not hard science fiction and includes elements of fantasy, everyday horror, a ghost – so it’s a little paranormal, true-love type romance, mystery, and adventure.” The book also addresses social issues like child abuse, domestic violence, poverty, mental health, as well as local and intergalactic economics.
Anyway, please read on to know more about the book and support this author!
I just joined a new book site called LitRing and it’s pretty cool. If you’re a reader you get access to book promotions, giveaways, reading challenges and a curated list of book recos in your favorite genres!
Read more about it below and check out their website!
What is LitRing?
For starters, it’s a great way to connect readers to authors they’ll love with a fun quiz that determines what authors on the LitRing site are a great fit for you! If you’re a reader, just click the link below and get started! The quiz is fun, a great distraction from your day to day, and has loads of authors connected to it to make sure you get results you’ll enjoy! You can also join the reader newsletter to stay updated & get notified when books go on sale & more!