I think this is my fifth time participating in Trope-ical Readathon. So bring it on, Trope-ical Readathon March 2024 season! I decided to stay in Team Fantasy again, mainly because I already own one of the books in the Team Challenges. Below are the Common Challenges and Team Challenges for this round. All Trope-icale Readathon March 2024 rules and information are here. You can register through March 10 at 11:59 pm (US Central Time).Continue reading “Trope-ical Readathon March 2024”
Today’s review is about THAT TIME I GOT DRUNK AND YEETED A LOVE POTION AT A WEREWOLF by Kimberly Lemming. It’s the second installment in the Mead Mishaps series of standalones. This is a slice-of-life fantasy romance between a human and a werewolf. There is sassy banter abound in this relatively low stakes, light read.
Author: Kimberly Lemming
Series: Mead Mishaps #2
Age Category: Adult
Publish Date: February 6, 2024
Print Length: 288
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Today’s review is about MOUNTAINS MADE OF GLASS by Scarlett St. Clair. This short novel is the first in the new Fairy Tale Retelling series, but it reads as a standalone. St. Clair transports readers into a unique fairy tale that draws inspiration from Grimm and Hans Christian Anderson.
Author: Scarlett St. Clair
Series: Fairy Tale Retelling Book 1
Age Category: Adult
Publisher: Bloom Books
Publish Date: November 28, 2023
Print Length: 240
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Today’s review is about WHAT THE RIVER KNOWS by Isabel Ibañez. It’s the first book in a duology set in 19th century Egypt during British occupation. Inez learns of her parents’ death in Egypt and sets sail from Argentina to for answers. What she finds is more questions and a plot of deception and betrayal.
Author: Isabel Ibañez
Series: Secrets of the Nile #1
Age Category: Young Adult
Publisher: Wednesday Books
Publish Date: October 31, 2023
Print Length: 416
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I did better than expected with my January TBR list and read five of the seven listed, plus some SFINCS novellas. So I hope to continue the trend this month with my February 2024 TBR list. Crescent City #3 is now out in the world, so I plan to devote my early February reading time to that chonk. I also know February is a super busy month for new fantasy releases. Thankfully I found my self control and didn’t go overboard, so I think my February 2024 TBR list is manageable.
I also have SFINCS novellas to read, too. While I hope to get to a lot of these books below, I know it probably isn’t realistic. This February 2024 TBR list is really more of a way for me to organize what I have to read. After February I think most of my reads will be from my own shelves. I plan to cut back on ARC requests and stick to a couple of my favorite publishers.Continue reading “February 2024 TBR List”