Book Challenge Update – November

As we near the end of the year, I thought I'd give you guys a quick update on how I'm going with my goal of 26 books this year. The Raven Boys | Maggie Stiefvater The Queen’s Choice | Cayla Kluver The Captive Prince | C. S. Pacat The Many Coloured Land | Christopher Koch The Architect’s Apprentice | Elif … Continue reading Book Challenge Update – November

“You Could Rattle the Stars” – Throne of Glass Review

Author: Sarah J. Maas Genre: Fantasy Rating: 3/5 Warning: This is pretty long. I didn’t mean for it to be but I suppose there’s no going back now. I went into this expecting it to be, at best, tolerable. A lot of reviews I’ve read have been incredibly negative and those who did recommend it to me did … Continue reading “You Could Rattle the Stars” – Throne of Glass Review

“Stories and songs are the language of the heart.” – Merlin Review

Title: Merlin Author: Stephen R. Lawhead Genre: Historical fantasy Rating: 3.5/5 Last week, I wrote a rather raving review of Stephen Lawhead’sTaliesin, which was written in third person. The sequel, which follows the story of Merlin, the son of the main characters in Taliesin, was written in first and the change of voice shocked me, particularly as I picked … Continue reading “Stories and songs are the language of the heart.” – Merlin Review

Why Printing is Terrifying

As well as being an avid #reader I'm also a #writer Right now I'm looking for #betareaders for my #fantasy novel! https://inkandpapyrusblog.wordpress.com/2016/04/30/beta-readers-wanted-historical-fantasy/ #bookstagram #writersofinstagram #betareadersneeded #newadult #amwriting #amwritingfantasy A photo posted by Amelia E Browne (@ameliaebrowne) on May 19, 2016 at 7:33pm PDT //platform.instagram.com/en_US/embeds.js   After work on Saturday, I made pilgrimage to the Holy … Continue reading Why Printing is Terrifying