Readers, do I have a treat for you today! I am very pleased to be a part of the team for the EVOCATION cover reveal, which is S.T. Gibson’s first book of The Summoner’s Circle. Thank you, Angry Robot, for the opportunity!
When a family curse threatens the life of David, a medium, he will turn to the only person he’s ever trusted, his sorcerer ex-boyfriend, Rhys—which means he will have to open his heart to Moira, Rhys’s astrologer wife.
Themes in EVOCATION include spiritualism, relationships, fortune-telling, Tarot, polyamory, secret societies, magical systems, religious traditions, divinity, and magical communities.
If you enjoyed S.T. Gibson’s A DOWRY OF BLOOD, then you’re probably as excited as I am for the EVOCATION cover reveal.
Perhaps I should stop being a tease now.
Let’s get on with the big EVOCATION cover reveal!
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Today is another glorious morning to wish a happy publication day to THE CURSED SOUL by K.C. Smith! THE CURSED SOUL is the first book in a self-published Young Adult fantasy adventure. It has pirates, a curse, and a hidden identity that ultimately collide to save a nation.
To embark on a high seas adventure, you can purchase THE CURSED SOUL on Amazon.
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Today’s review is about SHIELD MAIDEN by Sharon Emmerichs. It’s a retelling of the epic poem Beowulf during his 50th year of reign from the point of view of Fryda, his niece. This story has excellent disability representation and immerses the reader in 10th century Geatland (modern Sweden) culture.
Author: Sharon Emmerichs
Age Category: New Adult
Publish Date: October 3, 2023
Print Length: 416
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It’s that time again. I’m back with my October 2023 TBR list. I feel like my October reading will be very harried. There are a lot of amazing new releases this month. And while it’s possible I could read all of my October ARCs this month, I forgot about a couple of library holds that I don’t want to push back. Plus I really want to make progress on HOUSE OF EARTH AND BLOOD (finally). And on the side I have SFINCS novellas to read. So, I’ll do my best while giving myself some grace with ARC publication dates. Now, let’s look at what I put on my October 2023 TBR list.
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Even though I decided to take a semi-hiatus from blogging, I still posted 12 times, including this one. Usually I published 15+ posts per month. This time I focused my posts on reviews only and cut out any weekly meme-related posts. Overall it was nice. I found I had more time to read. Now that my efforts to incorporate SEO are paying off, I may continue to focus more on reviews and less on memes. I may still do the occasional meme post here and there. But the truth is all blogging takes up a lot of time, including relatively simple weekly memes.
Anyway, in case you missed what I was up to in September, read on!
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