I thought it would be fun to show some love to fantasy maps today! Some of these I like for the style and some I like for the design of the land itself.
I have read 18 books released this year! I thought it would be fun to round what I think are the best and worst releases so far this year. I was going to take pictures of all of them until I realized that I've already gotten rid of five of them!
This might seem like a late post about how bad the Game of Thrones ending was, but nope (I jumped ship on that one years ago), I've just been pretty disappointed with book endings lately. There have been so many books that I've loved, then the ending just falls so flat, so it got me thinking about books that actually have satisfying endings!
Happy Pride Month! This is a perfect time to share some of my favorite books that include characters in the LGBT+ community! Girls Made of Snow and Glass by Melissa Bashardoust Synopsis: In this Snow White retelling, the relationship between Lynet and her stepmother Mina seems to be doomed from the start, unless both of…
Synopsis: Ead is a lady-in-waiting at the Inys court, where she is an outsider and is tasked with secretly protecting the queen. Arteloth is a Inys nobleman sent in exile to be an ambassador and spy in a land that has turned to the ways of worshiping Wyrms. Tané is across the sea in Seiiki, where she is training to be a dragon rider when she gets caught up with a forbidden outsider. The doctor Niclays has been exiled from the West for trying to do the impossible. As the threat of the Nameless One, approaches, everyone must prepare for the coming conflict in their own way.