Tag: Ace of Shades

Inconceivable!  It’s a Princess Bride Book Tag!

Inconceivable! It’s a Princess Bride Book Tag!

I love A Princess Bride. The first time I saw it, I was a freshman in high school on vacation with my (obsessed) friend, and I just didn’t get it.  I mean, what’s so great about this story?  Cheesy romance, overacting, I don’t get it. Then I watched it again.  And again.  Then I got it – all that was the point.  Then I read the book, which is super funny, and now I’m a huge fan. Last year, when Em @ The Keystroke Blog posted this tag, I knew I had to steal it.  I couldn’t help myself.  It’s been sitting in my […]

Posted September 25, 2018 in Tags // 4 Comments //
Five Amazing Books I Was Lucky Enough Receive as ARCs (& You Should Read!)

Five Amazing Books I Was Lucky Enough Receive as ARCs (& You Should Read!)

One of the coolest things about being a book blogger – even a little one like me – is the opportunity to get great ARCs.  Not all of them are golden, don’t get me wrong.  I’m one of those spontaneous bloggers who has requested several books on instinct only to wish I hadn’t.  I’ve has some doozies. But, on the other hand, I’ve also gotten lucky here and there, and I’ve been fortunate enough to get to read some really awesome books early and promote them on the blog and elsewhere on the interwebs.  Thank you so much to NetGalley and LibraryThing […]

Posted August 7, 2018 in Memes // 13 Comments //
Mid-Year Freak Out Tag! (2018)

Mid-Year Freak Out Tag! (2018)

I really wanted to do this tag last year, and it just didn’t work out with my posting schedule.  This year, I bookmarked the tag from the lovely Lia @ Lost in a Story and I am ready to DO THIS THING. ARE YOU READY TO FREAK OUT?! The Best Book You’ve Read So Far in 2018 Gosh this one is hard.  I’ve read a lot of really fantastic books so far this year and it’s so hard to pick JUST ONE.  I think I have to go with Tess of the Road, because it’s the one that spoke to me […]

Posted June 18, 2018 in Tags // 7 Comments //
Happy Book Birthday, Ace of Shades

Happy Book Birthday, Ace of Shades

Well everyone, after three months of special features and excitement, Ace of Shades is finally here! To celebrate, I wanted to share the stunning trailer made by Epic Reads for the novel.  To all of those folks getting their preordered copies today – I hope it’s everything you ever wanted!  You can read my review here. Without further ado, the Ace of Shades trailer. Ace of Shades releases TODAY. Add it to your TBR on Goodreads, or order it through any of the links below: amazon / barnes & noble / book depository / indiebound This is a #ShadowGang Post As a […]

Posted April 10, 2018 in Bookish Things // 2 Comments //
Villains We Love to Hate

Villains We Love to Hate

You can love the protagonist, love the romantic relationships… you can even fall head over heels with the world building, but what’s a fantasy without a proper villain?  Whether you’re the type of person who enjoys the enigmatic Darking from Leigh Bardugo’s Grishaverse, or quivers under Tolkien’s Eye of Sauron, a good villain really makes the story. I’m finding lately in YA that a lot of villains are multi-dimensional… to the point that you’re unsure if they’re doing bad things for a good reason, or if they’re totally 100% evil.  I recently read Children of Blood and Bone where the villain was […]

Posted April 7, 2018 in Bookish Things // 5 Comments //
Some Love for Ace of Shades Minor Characters

Some Love for Ace of Shades Minor Characters

As I’ve been writing these posts every week, I can’t help but notice there’s a lot of love for Enne and Levi out there, and there’s a lot of love for the city of New Reynes itself… but there are a few AMAZING characters that I haven’t seen on the internet at all.  These three characters stole my heart the moment they walked into the pages of Ace of Shades, and they deserve a little love on the blogosphere.  So, in honor of these three… I made a few aesthetics. I promise, these are just peeks at three really awesome characters. […]

Posted March 31, 2018 in Bookish Things // 0 Comments //