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Book Review: Windwitch

Been waiting for Windwitch, the second book in The Witchlands Series by Susan Dennard for a while, and it was worth it! From the moment I opened the beautiful cover (seriously, take a second to ogle that cover––gorgeous!), I was re-immersed in a rich, complex…
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Sunday Snippet: “Reds were fast…but so was I”, CURSED Box Set Release, and Huge Promo Sale!

It’s time for Weekend Writing Warriors, aka 8Sunday, where indie authors get together to showcase their newly released, upcoming, or current works in progress. I’m taking a break from last week with Amber Sky because I have another *new* release! My first ever boxed…
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November Promotions For Fantasy Lovers

November is going to be a great month full of promotions, starting today! Firstly, the Cursed box set will be part of a promotion where you get the whole box set  for 0.99 from November 5-6. That’s basically 99% off. How do…
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Sunday Snippet: “I thought we’d stopped doing this.”

Whew, it’s been a crazy week, setting things up for next month! But I will always find time for 8Sunday, aka time for Weekend Writing Warriors, the weekly blog post where indie authors share 8-10 sentences of their newest or upcoming releases….
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TWO Book Reviews: Beauty in the Beast, Halloween Frost

I know that last week I forgot to post my usual book reviews, but it was Canadian Thanksgiving and all the turkey and Ukrainian food was calling me (it’s not Thanksgiving for me if I don’t eat my weight in…
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Sunday Snippet: “The fight couldn’t have been going worse,” and a HUGE honour!

It’s that time again! For my submission to Weekend Writing Warriors, the weekly blog post where indie authors share 8-10 sentences of their newest or upcoming releases, I’m turning to Amber Sky, the first of two Dark Sky prequel novellas told from side character…
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Book Review: A Court of Thorns and Roses

This will likely come as a surprise to no one, but when I was little, I loved Beauty and the Beast. It wasn’t just because of the library (but let’s face it–– that was a significant part), but because it was…
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