I’m making some progress on my book bingo board. Check it out! My recent reads include: The Wizard’s Butler by Nathan Lowell I loved this one. I always enjoy stories that shine the spotlight on a character archetype that’s usually in the background: in this case, a butler. Not that the main character started out as a butler. He just needed a job and didn’t … Continue reading Scaredy Cat Bingo Update: Werewolves, Wizards, and Butlers
Man, October is going by fast. Like I mentioned earlier this month, I’m participating in the Scaredy Cat Bingo reading challenge, and if I want to get a bingo by the 31st, I need to get moving. Here’s my current board: I’ve got two new additions since last week. The first is Biggs, Myer, and the Vampire by E.M. Lacey, which fits nicely on the … Continue reading Demons, Vampires, and Lawyers: A Scaredy Cat Bingo Update
Scaredy Cat Bingo is my favorite reading challenge. It just has so many great categories for urban fantasy books. Created by Cats Luv Coffee Book Reviews, it runs all year, but I like to do it in October because it has such cute Halloween vibes. Since it does run all year, I don’t feel bad pre-adding a few books that I finished earlier this year … Continue reading Who’s Doing Scaredy Cat Bingo This Year?
First Lines Fridays is a weekly feature for book lovers hosted by Wandering Words. What if instead of judging a book by its cover, its author or its prestige, we judged it by its opening lines? Pick a book off your shelf (it could be your current read or on your TBR) and open to the first page Copy the first few lines, but don’t give anything … Continue reading First Lines Friday: 9/24/21
I had such a fun time reading Magical Midlife Madness. If you’re looking for a light, feel-good book to make you laugh when you’re feeling down, I definitely recommend it. The novel has great characters, a good magical adventure, and so many jokes. A lot of it is situational humor that doesn’t make good quotes… but some of the quotes are fantastic. Here are seven … Continue reading 7 Funny Quotes from Magical Midlife Madness by K.F. Breene
Looking for some love and magic this week? Here are some paranormal romance ebooks that are currently free to download. Stock up your ereader and dive in! A few things to keep in mind: Not all of these deals are permanent, so make sure to double-check the price before downloading to make sure the sale hasn’t expired. I haven’t read all of these books personally … Continue reading Free Paranormal Romance Ebooks
“Kiss me,” Leigh said. He leaned down and obeyed… and it wasn’t at all like she expected. Leigh was used to hard, hungry kisses that tasted of cheap alcohol and lust. Dredarion’s was gentle and testing. He touched her face with one hand, tilting up her head to give him better access to her mouth, and his gloved thumb softly brushed her cheek. His lips … Continue reading A Steamy Excerpt from The Dark and Otherworldly Omnibus
*This post contains affiliate links. Book Description The new witch in town. A man with ghostly baggage. To protect her new home, she’ll need to battle corruption with magic. Cassiel moved to Portland to escape the literal ghosts of her past. But when the nervous witch meets a handsome construction worker named Joe, the last thing she wants is to get an earful from the … Continue reading By Earth by T. Thorn Coyle is a Down-to-Earth Urban Fantasy
FaeFriday is a weekly blog prompt created by Kristy from Caffeinated Fae. The idea is that each Friday will have a bit of magic sparkled on it with a bookish prompt inspired by the Fair Folk! This week’s prompt is: What are some of your favorite book covers that are scarlet/red? I love aesthetics featuring a bunch of books with the same color cover, so … Continue reading Fae Friday: Scarlet Book Covers
August 22nd is National Tooth Fairy Day. Or possibly August 28th. Or February 28th. The internet is giving me conflicting information, but I’m going to celebrate it today and just hope that I’m right. This is supposed to be a day to look back nostalgically on the excitement of leaving a tooth under your pillow as a child–and to remind people to take good care … Continue reading Remember the Creepy Tooth Fairies from Hellboy II?