I have had really good luck with the ARCs that I’ve been reading lately, they’ve all been fantastic and this one was no different! Unrelated to the actual review, but I’m using the new WordPress editor which is not the easiest thing to work with, but I’m hoping that after I figure it out it will help improve my blog posts. I feel like everything is hidden behind new menus now!
Hi everyone! I’ve gotten the chance to read and review quite a few books that I am extremely excited for that release this year, and today I’m bringing you the first review for those books! Thank you so much to Orbit for providing me with an ARC copy in exchange for an honest review. At this point, I’ll read pretty much anything published by Orbit.
Hi everyone! Today I wanted to share my review for my ARC of The Crow Rider! Thank’s so much to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with this ARC in exchange for an honest review.
Hi everyone! Today I’m bringing you yet another ARC review, this time for The Obsidian Tower which was kindly provided to me by the publisher! All opinions here are my own.
Hi everyone! Today I’m bringing you my ARC review for The Court of Miracles. I received an ARC through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
If you saw my March TBR, then you know that I’m trying to work on getting through all the ARCs that I have for books that are either coming out soon, or ones whose published date has come and gone and I had yet to read (and House of Earth and Blood, of course!) So today since I finally finished the arc I had for a book from May 2019, I’m sharing… Read More
Thank you so much to the publisher for providing me with an e-arc in exchange for my honest opinion! I’m so happy that I got a chance to read this book, and I think it’s one that a lot of people will love!
I had high hopes for this book because so many people have loved it, but unfortunately I didn’t like this as much as everyone else.
I mentioned in my review of The Bard’s Blade that I wanted to make a point to review more ARCs this year, so my next ARC review that I want to share is for Darling Rose Gold, which was actually the first thriller/mystery/suspense novel that I’ve read this year, which is interesting to me.
I wanted to make it a point to review more ARCs this year (as an unofficial goal), and the fact that I now own a kindle is making that a lot easier for me! So today I get to share my review for The Bard’s Blade by Brian D Anderson!