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Ex Libris · 1W ago

Ex Libris Romance (77)

I am all for a Jane Austen retelling, but The One That Got Away, while somewhat fun, was a pale copy of the original (Persuasion).  The characters weren’t very well developed and it seemed t...
Ex Libris · 2W ago

Waiting On Wednesday

  Waiting on Wednesday is a feature originally conceived by Breaking the Spine.     Kristin Cashore isn’t the type of author who releases a book every year, but when she does write, it packs a punch!  I cannot wait to read this shiny new story.  (I m...
Ex Libris · 3W ago

Blog Tour: Sparks Of Light

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Sparks Of Light, book two in the Into he Dim series!  After you’ve read my thoughts, don’t forget to enter for a chance to win one of three finished copies.       Rose is now back in Scotland, still trying to r...
Ex Libris · 3W ago

Waiting On Wednesday

  Waiting on Wednesday is a feature originally conceived by Breaking the Spine.     Doesn’t this sounds creepy and good?  Pair an excellent story with a dramatic cover and A Line In The Dark definitely makes my reading list for this fall. What do you...
Ex Libris · 4W ago

Ex Libris Romance (76)

Wild Wicked Scot was pretty good, but I wasn’t totally in love with the characters.  I did like the second chance romance aspect of the story, but these days there needs to be ore than just ...
Ex Libris · 1M ago

Blog Tour: Hello, Sunshine

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Hello, Sunshine by Leila Howland!  After you’ve read my review, don’t forget to enter for a chance to win a cop of Nantucket Summer, which is a compilation of Nantucket Blue and Nantucket Red also by Leila Howl...
Ex Libris · 1M ago

Comics Extravaganza!

I am so excited to be participating in the Comics Extravaganza sponsored by First Second Books!  After you read Box Brown’s interview, you should definitely check out the rest of the fascinating interviews with some of the best writers and artists ar...
Ex Libris · 1M ago

Blog Tour: The Midnight Jewel

When I read The Glittering Court I admit I had mixed feelings about the book, but I did like Mira. I was excited to learn that the next book would tell her story!  Mira is a refugee and gets into The Court with a very specific goal in mind, and it re...
Ex Libris · 1M ago

The Sandcastle Empire By Kayla Olson

I don’t  read as many dystopian stories as I used to, but The Sandcastle Empire reminded me of why I always enjoyed this subgenre.  World building is key and I found that is was a world that seemed near and plausible, which was chilling.  The people ...
Ex Libris · 1M ago

Waiting On Wednesday

The last part of the jacket copy was all I needed to read to put this at the top of my fall releases Inspired by the true story of the airwomen the Nazis called Night Witches, Gwen C. Katz weaves a tale of strength and sacrifice, learning to fight fo...