Tag: Theodosia and the Serpents of Chaos

Mailbox Monday & What’s New (#IMWAYR) – 1/29/17

Mailbox Monday & What’s New (#IMWAYR) – 1/29/17

Posted January 30, 2017
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Mailbox Mondays are hosted by the ladies over on the Mailbox Monday blog.  Hop on over to see the rest of today’s linkups and show them some love! Hello my loves!  Happy Monday!  I hope everybody got through the weekend alright – I know for some of us, it’s been a struggle… physically… emotionally… politically…. But I digress! I know last week I said I was done ordering hard copy books for a while, but last Wednesday, I panicked a little bit.  This was part “state of the world” and part “I’ve just started reading 1984“.  In my frenzied stupor, I’ve […]

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Finishing Books – #BookBloggerHop

Finishing Books – #BookBloggerHop

Posted January 27, 2017
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Book Blogger Hop is hosted by Billy on Ramblings of a Coffee Addict.  This week’s question is: “How many books have you started, but just couldn’t finish?” Check out the linkup to see everyone’s answers! It’s difficult for me to put a book down.  I know how much work goes into writing them. There’s the drafting. Then the editing. Then the redrafting. Then submission and cover letters and inquiries and reading and rewrites prompted by agents, editors, publishing houses.  There’s title changes, cover releases, marketing, promotion, book readings and signings.  A lot of work and love goes into a story, so […]

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Book Review:  Theodosia and the Serpents of Chaos

Book Review: Theodosia and the Serpents of Chaos

Posted January 24, 2017
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Theodosia Throckmorton has her hands full at the Museum of Legends and Antiquities in London. Her father may be head curator, but it is Theo—and only Theo—who is able to see all the black magic and ancient curses that still cling to the artifacts in the museum. Sneaking behind her father’s back, Theo uses old, nearly forgotten Egyptian magic to remove the curses and protect her father and the rest of the museum employees from the ancient, sinister forces that lurk in the museum’s dark hallways. (see more information on Houghton Mifflin Harcourt’s website.) Oh Theo. I wanted to love […]

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