Hey friends! This June upcoming releases is a little late because I have been lazy and, of course, busy reading. I have my sights set on some brilliant books in the month of June. All of them are authors that I've read from before except Xixi Tian (debuting with This Place Is Still Beautiful), Joanna… Continue reading 11 june 2022 releases: we’re half-way through the year!
Hello! This will be the third year I'm shouting out my most anticipated releases that share the same birthday month as me. Although I have many books on my radar, these are on the top of my list for October 2021. The release dates are subjected to changes. Also, if you know any trigger and… Continue reading happy birthday month to these books and me!
hi friends, hope you're having a wonderful day! a goal of mine is to read as many new releases as i could this year, and i'm actually succeeding in that. here are the release i'm looking forward to in october! ✰✰✰ vespertine (vespertine#1) – margaret rogerson Training to become a Gray Sister, Artemisia deals with… Continue reading 2021 releases: october
hi friends, hope you're having a wonderful day! a goal of mine is to read as many new releases as i could this year, and i'm actually succeeding in that. here are the release i'm looking forward to in july and august! ☽☽ pahua and the soul stealer – lori m. lee Worried that her… Continue reading 2021 releases: september
The Ten Thousand Doors of January by Alix E. Harrow StandalonePublished September 10th 2019 by RedhookAge Range: Young AdultGenre: Historical Fiction, Fantasy Rating: ★★★★★ Synopsis: In a sprawling mansion filled with peculiar treasures, January Scaller is a curiosity herself. As the ward of the wealthy Mr. Locke, she feels little different from the artifacts that… Continue reading the ten thousand doors of january – alix e. harrow | review
The Once and Future Witches by Alix E. Harrow StandalonePublished October 13th 2020 by OrbitAge Range: AdultGenre: Fantasy, Historical Fiction, Paranormal, WitchesRep: Lesbian MC with Black, lesbian LI; trans SC Rating: ★★★★ Synopsis: In 1893, there's no such thing as witches. There used to be, in the wild, dark days before the burnings began, but… Continue reading the once and future witches – alix e. harrow | arc review