2020, Book, Recommended, Reviews, romance

Thoughts: A Heart of Blood and Ashes by Milla Vane

So. This is not a book for everyone. Just going to open this post off with that. This is simultaneously a (at times) deeply drawn fantasy novel and a very graphic romance novel. Think Conan the Barbarian meets romance, in a setting with dinosaurs and more magic. And there were zombies at one point. It… Continue reading Thoughts: A Heart of Blood and Ashes by Milla Vane

2020, Book, Books, Recommended, romance, SF/F, Star Wars

Self-Isolation Recommendations: Just a little light reading

  So it’s a bad time in the world, we can all agree on that. So I thought I’d make two posts - one talks about how to get easier access to books while trapped inside and one about some easy and light reads to get into that will help distract from the mess of the… Continue reading Self-Isolation Recommendations: Just a little light reading

2020, Book, Reviews, romance, SF/F

Thoughts: Shades of Milk and Honey by Mary Robinette Kowal

    This has been on my TBR for ages. I love Jane Austen - no surprise there, I think a great deal of bookish readers my age do, and I love magic so combine those two flavors and you have a winner. I unfortunately never managed to get my hands on a copy so while feeding… Continue reading Thoughts: Shades of Milk and Honey by Mary Robinette Kowal

Book, Books, Graphic Novels, Haul, Middle Grade, romance, Series, SF/F

January Haul/Unhaul

As always my goal for my Physical TBR is to knock it way down. I’ve got 25+ years of books collected throughout my house and I’m still bringing stuff in on the regular. I’m certainly of no delusion that I’ll ever be near a 0 physical TBR but I want to have mainly things I’m… Continue reading January Haul/Unhaul

2020, Books, Recommended, Reviews, romance

January Wrap-up Part 1

     I’m going to have to break this into two parts. I had no idea I’d read as many books as I had till half way through the month.    The books I read and reviewed/have reviews upcoming I’ll list here first, to help shorten this: Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in the Sky by… Continue reading January Wrap-up Part 1