What Moves the Dead, T. Kingfisher

I recently read Nettle & Bone and loved it because Kingfisher writes quirky. Then I read Jackalope Wives, which is absolutely fantastic. So a Poe retelling by this author is a must-read. Alex Easton has received a letter. Years previously, she served with Roderick Usher and befriended his sister Madeline. The letter states Madeline is… Continue reading What Moves the Dead, T. Kingfisher

Four Treasures of the Sky, Jenny Tinghui Zhang

“I am not afraid of death. I am afraid of no longer living.” Daiyu lived a simple life with her parents until her life wasn’t simple at all. Put through horrific trials, Daiyu never gave up hope. She has kept secrets all to protect her life and her future. Four Treasures is lyrically written. From… Continue reading Four Treasures of the Sky, Jenny Tinghui Zhang

10 New Releases to Look Forward to in July

I always start this post with an intro that usually says something along the lines of "how do I narrow this list down?" But this is my most favorite post of the month so I'm excited to just hop right into it. The Charmed List, Julie AbeYA/RomanceReleases July 5thGoodreads, Amazon, Bookshop, B&N About the BookSometimes… Continue reading 10 New Releases to Look Forward to in July

The Inheritance of Orquídea Divina, Zoraida Córdova

The Inheritance of Orquídea Divina is a quirky read from the very start. The storyline is engaging, and it all seems so relatively, harmlessly normal. However, when we start to travel back in time to Orquídea’s youth, we can fully appreciate how we got to this point, with a large family whose matriarch has always… Continue reading The Inheritance of Orquídea Divina, Zoraida Córdova