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Hi guys! What the Woods Keep Blog Tour had officially started yesterday, September 10th. This tour is hosted by Cherry Karlita from Tale Out Loud. Thank you so much for allowing me to be a part of this tour, Karlita! ❤ Below is the schedule of the blog tour:
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Today I have a guest post from the author of What the Woods Keep about her ideal fantasy world, some of her struggles with writing WTWK, and some of her inspirations for the book. Please take your time to read it. As a lover of fantasy myself, I think it is very insightful and heart-warming. Here it is: Continue reading →
I am back with another post— this time it’s a cover reveal! Cover reveals always excite me for some reason, especially fantasy book ones. The book I’m featuring today is The City of Veils by S. Usher Evans hosted by MTMC Tours. This is the first book in the epic YA Fantasy Princess Vigilante trilogy releasing on April 16th, 2019 from Sun’s Golden Ray Publishing!
For the past three years, Brynna has been patrolling the streets of Forcadel as a masked vigilante, protecting the innocent and beating up bad guys. Her current target is Lord Beswick, a slumlord businessman who keeps the townsfolk in a vicious poverty cycle. But one fateful evening, she’s captured by Felix, the captain of the king’s guard, and told a shocking truth: her father and brother are dead, and she needs to hang up her mask and become queen.
Before long, she negotiates a deal with Felix: attend to her royal duties during the day and continue her vigilante mission to take out Lord Beswick at night – at least until her coronation. But the politics of Forcadel are as volatile as the streets, and Brynna isn’t sure whom she can trust in the castle. With two royals dead in less than a month, she must use all her wits to make sure she isn’t the third.
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It was a normal boring day at work when suddenly, I thought about how I have a LOT of books I have yet to read. Naturally, realizing that again stressed me out. So when I got home, I created a shelf on goodreads with the books I haven’t read yet of which I have a physical copy. There are currently 33 books in there and I am making it my mission to prioritize them these coming months.
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