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Last (two) Weeks on the blog
- ARC Review: Love You S’more by Beth Merlin
- Blog Tour: The Exact Opposite of Okay by Laura Steven + Exclusive Giveaway
- ARC Review: Kingdom Cold by Brittni Chenelle
- Audiobook Review: Phoenix by Autumn Reed and Julia Clarke
- ARC Review: These Rebel Waves by Sara Raasch
- Blog Tour: Happy Messy Scary Love by Leah Konen Guest Post – Inspiration Between Characters
Book Promotion of the Week
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Books and Bone
Author: Victoria Corva
A Librarians-and-Necromancy Fantasy with Small Town Charm in a City of the Dead
The others believe in blood and bone. Ree believes in books.
She manages the libraries and draws maps for the denizens of her hometown, a secret society of necromancers hiding in a sprawling underground crypt. Though they look down on her for not practicing their craft, Ree has bigger ambitions than raising the dead. She’s going to resurrect therianthropy, the ancient magic of shapeshifting. Or at least — she’ll do it if it really exists. And if she can find the books that prove it.
But Smythe, a chatty historian from the world above, stumbles into the crypt and takes a curse meant for Ree. Now she has to find a way to save him, keep the townsfolk off her back, and convince her necromancer parents that shapeshifting is a viable career path.
Ree is certain that if she and Smythe combine their scholarly skill sets, they’ll find the right books to solve their problems. But Ree’s search for power might put the entire town in danger, and her father and the other townsfolk want Smythe dead lest he reveal their home to a world that hates them.
You can also read the first three chapters for free here.
Author: D.P. Rowell
A witch’s most powerful tool isn’t magic, it’s deception. Witches haven taken the land of Yutara. Only no one knows yet. No one but the Emerson Stone. These witches aren’t the sickly green, wart-faced witches from bedtime stories. They hide in plain sight. And they’re everywhere. When Ace Halder discovers a mysterious stone on his grandfather’s ancient Earth ship, he learns of a power he can neither contain nor understand. Now he’s faced with a choice. Run and hide? Or risk everything to save Yutara.