Today I’m helping unveil the cover for The Awakening by T. Damon. Without further ado, here is the cover:
Title: The Awakening
Author: T. Damon
Date: August 21st 2018
Publisher: Snowy Wings Publishing
Cover designer: Free Your Words Designs
After nearly a generation of wary unrest in the Forest since the time of the reckoning, the ogres finally arrive and all hell breaks loose. The kingdoms are falling apart, the last remaining Higher Spirit is weak, and Gorgon only grows stronger and more powerful, basking in all his chaotic glory. The secret to stopping the ogres and saving the Forest from Gorgon’s tyrannical rule could lie with the gnomes—who are still nowhere to be found.Read More »
I’m sorry I keep being MIA, but school ends this week and I hope I will have more free time to read books and write reviews. Anyway, since June is Pride Month I decided to recommend 5 LGBTQ+ books that I highly enjoyed, plus I have an announcement at the end of the post.
Obviously I couldn’t not put this book on the list. This book gave me all the feels, it even made me cry! It is heart-gripping and one of the most wonderful books I’ve read this year. You can read my review here.
Let’s Talk About Love by Claire Kann is the story of this asexual girl who is trying to fit in a society where sex is considered the “normality”, though the story mainly focuses on the love story. You can read my review here.
Honestly, I don’t think anyone has never heard of this book, especially after its movie’s release. It was such a fluffy read! You can read my review here.
Amanda Foody is one of my most favorite authors and she recently released Ace of Shades, which I haven’t read yet. Many people forget that the main male character of Daughter of The Burning City is asexual. You can read my review here.
Queens of Geek is dual POV contemporary romance and one of the two narrators is bisexual. You can read my review here.
I wanted to say is that I created a Redbubble page and the first design I made is the following image. I know is nothing fancy, but I love it and the shop will help me with paying my exams for college. If you want to buy it, or know people who would like to snatch one for themselves, click here!
Happy Pride Month to everyone!
Be kind. Be pride.
Today I’m helping unveil the cover for Orbit—the new adult, speculative fiction debut novel by Leigh Hellman. Without further ado, here is the cover (designed by Najla Qamber):
Author: Leigh Hellman
Date: September 18th 2018
Publisher: Snowy Wings Publishing
Cover designer: Najla Qamber
Ciaan Gennett isn’t green, despite the brand of light hair that betrays her heritage: an Earth mother. A mother she remembers but doesn’t know, who left one day and never came back. Ciaan’s as metal as her home planet—cold and hard and full of so many cracks she’s trying to ignore that she doesn’t have time to wonder about questions that don’t get answers.Read More »
Greetings Lovely Visitors,
Welcome to my 3rd anniversary celebration! I’m thrilled, and quite honestly a bit shocked, that I have been able to follow my passion for this long. To celebrate, an amazing group of bloggers and I have planned fun discussion posts for you to enjoy, all centered around the theme…
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Title: The Brightsiders
Author: Jen Wilde
Date: May 22nd 2018
Publisher: Swoon Reads
Genres: Contemporary, LGBTQ+, Young Adult
A teen rockstar has to navigate family, love, coming out, and life in the spotlight after being labeled the latest celebrity trainwreck in Jen Wilde’s quirky and utterly relatable novel.
As a rock star drummer in the hit band The Brightsiders, Emmy King’s life should be perfect. But there’s nothing the paparazzi love more than watching a celebrity crash and burn.
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I wanted to thank Faguni @ Fanna for nominating me! You should all check out her blog, especially her discussion posts because they’re super interesting.
R U L E S
- Thank the person who nominated you for the award
- Share 7 facts or things about yourself
- Nominate bloggers that you admire and inform the nominees
F A C T S
- I have a scar on my chin because when I was seven years old, I fell on the sidewalk while I was running.
- I study languages at high school, precisely English, Spanish and Chinese.
- Even though both my parents are Chinese, I can’s speak this language because I grew up in an Italian environment.
- I want to go to an US university, but since it’s so expensive I’m looking for scholarships (if you have any information, feel free to hit me up)
- I love reading manga and watching anime whenever I’m free.
- I’m currently considering opening a RedBubble account to sell artwork, though I’m not sure. It would be just a way to gain some money for university. What do you think?
- Even though I don’t feel a strong connection to China, I’m trying to learn more about it and my parents’ culture, especially after starting blogging because I didn’t know I needed to read more diverse books as I do now. I was and am insulted for being Chinese, but now I’m pride because I face racism everyday and their hate doesn’t hurt me as much as they did.
Kristina @ Books-and-Dachshunds / Steff @ Reader Fox and a Box of Books / Kathy @ Books & Munches / Alicia @ Miss Honeybug’s Reads & Crafts
Title: The Harper Effect
Author: Taryn Bashford
Date: May 15th 2018
Publisher: Sky Pony Press
Genres: Young Adult, Romance, Contemporary
Sixteen-year-old Harper was once a rising star on the tennis court–until her coach dropped her for being “mentally weak.” Without tennis, who is she? Her confidence at an all-time low, she secretly turns to her childhood friend, next-door neighbor Jacob–who also happens to be her sister’s very recent ex-boyfriend. If her sister finds out, it will mean a family war.
But when Harper is taken on by a new coach who wants her to train with Colt, a cold, defensive, brooding young tennis phenom, she hits the court all the harder, if only to prove Colt wrong. Read More »