REVIEW | The Mask of Mirrors | M.A. Carrick | Rooks & Rose #1

I picked up THE MASK OF MIRRORS in a 99p ebook sale because Alex told me that he liked it a lot. I didn't really know much about it, other than that I love Orbit fantasy a lot and I trust Alex's taste. It was kind of a revelation to me how much I enjoyed this book - especially considering that I dnf'd one of the co-author's other books. I really enjoyed the entire premise of this - especially when it went in completely a different direction than I expected.

REVIEW | This Wicked Fate | Kalynn Bayron | This Poison Heart #2

I read and reviewed This Poison Heart last year, after loving Cinderella is Dead, so when I saw This Wicked Fate appear on Netgalley I knew I had to have it. This is the final part of the This Poison Heart duology and it's a fitting end to this fantastic fantasy series steeped in magic, …

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REVIEW | The Disorder Collection

I read The Forward Collection last year, and so far this year I've read The Trespass Collection, The Black Stars Collection, The Dark Corners Collection and The Hush Collection. I'm absolutely hooked on these speedy pieces of short fiction. They're available in ebook and audio via Kindle Unlimited, which is a great deal for lots of excellent short fiction. If you'd like to sign up for Kindle Unlimited, my link is here and at the bottom of this review. This collection is focused on a world that's almost ours, and gave me a real sense of uncanny valley.

REVIEW | The Hush Collection

I read The Forward Collection last year, and so far this year I've read The Trespass Collection, The Black Stars Collection and The Dark Corners Collection. I definitely can't stop now, I'm absolutely hooked on these short pieces of fiction that are perfect for passing my work days. They're available in ebook and audio via Kindle Unlimited, which is a great deal for lots of excellent short fiction. If you'd like to sign up for Kindle Unlimited, my link is here and at the bottom of this review. This collection is focused on lies and secrets that might have been better left buried.

BLOG TOUR REVIEW | Misrule | Heather Walter | Malice #2

I have, unfortunately, had a few months of disappointing sequels, so when I got sent the absolutely stunning physical ARC of Misrule, I was equal parts excited and scared. I loved Malice the first time I read it, and when I reread it in preparation for Misrule, I loved it even more. And Heather Walter? She knocked it out of the park. This sequel absolutely stuck the landing.

REVIEW | The Dark Corners Collection

I am quickly becoming obsessed with the Audible Original Collections. I read The Forward Collection last year, and this year I've already devoured The Trespass Collection and The Black Stars Collection. But this one? Short horror? This is my dream. They're available in ebook and audio via Kindle Unlimited, which is a great deal for lots of terrifying short fiction. If you'd like to sign up for Kindle Unlimited, my link is here and at the bottom of this review. This collection is a horrifying look at the things that hide in the shadows.

REVIEW | The Black Stars Collection

I read The Forward Collection and followed it up with The Trespass Collection, which I thought was the whole lot. It turns out there's a lot of collections I missed, and The Black Stars Collection is the next one I stumbled across! They're available in ebook and audio via Kindle Unlimited, which is a great deal for lots of interesting short fiction. If you'd like to sign up for Kindle Unlimited, my link is here and at the bottom of this review. This collection is a sci-fi collection by Black authors looking at new worlds.