I am so excited to be a part of this blog tour, sharing Marlena Frank’s new novel, The She-Wolf of Kanta, and even more so excited because we have a deleted scene from the author herself. As an author myself, I know how hard it is to get rid of scenes, so its awesome to see some additional scenes, like a deleted scene on a blu-ray. Let’s dive in!
March was another successful reading month, with six books read. Not as great as the previous months but I was super busy with Ontario Teen Book Fest, WonderCon, Week of Logic and a ton of other things as well, including another trip to the ER. I also reread a lot of books but I’m still ahead!
WonderCon weekend has officially closed and while I’m totally exhausted and my feet still hurt and I’m probably still a little dehydrated and I may feel a con cold coming on, I’m sad that its over. I count down the minutes to the con each year and I always have a blast and I’m sad to see it end for 2018. This year was a good one though, full of both familiar and new experiences.
After reading Tammy’s newest novel, Tempests and Slaughter, I felt compelled to reread the entire Protector of the Small series. This is the first of probably a TON of re-read reviews to come!
Hello everyone! I am so happy to be a part of this blog tour. I’ve worked with the inimitable Krystal Wade before and this book was SO fun to read. Let’s jump in, learn more about the books and author, and you can even try your hand at winning an Amazon gift card!
A few days ago, I was lucky enough to get my butt all the way from Orange County in after work traffic on a Friday night to The Last Bookstore for the last stop of the Epic Reads tour, featuring Brittany Cavallero, Rebecca Ross and my dear friend, Alexandra Monir.