In July, I will be hosting The Indie Accords Readathon in recognition of the magic created by Indie Authors, and to encourage more people to read Indie. I have been reading Indie for years and have developed quite a few friendships through it's readers and writers alike and I want to share some of that joy...
I'm super excited today to be sharing my review and favourite quotes of "Spark to Shadow" by Atima Kim. This just so happens to be... my very first Blog Tour!!! So I must firstly start by saying a massive thank you to TBR and Beyond Tours for selecting me. And also to Atima Kim for writing Spark to Shadow and allowing me the pleasure of reading it.
What in the f*ck did I just read?!
Ok, I thought I knew what I was going to get with this one. I even read a couple of reviews, which is not like me at all. I'm new to this genre so I wanted to be prepared.I WAS NOT PREPARED!!!
Thicker than Water by Becca Seymour is a fast paced, MUST READ queer paranormal shifter romance.
An outcast shifter agent. A 𝗿𝗶𝗽-𝘀𝗵𝗶𝘁-𝗮𝗻𝗱-𝗯𝘂𝘀𝘁 kind of guy more than a follow procedure guy. Gets seconded to a secret unit. Crazy sexy chemistry with his boss. Amazing relationships and banter. This has been my favourite queer romance of the year so far. I got all the feels.
May is AAPI (Asian American and Pacific Islander) Heritage Month. Something I only found out about last year through the bookish community, as it is not celebrated in the Southern Hemisphere.
May is the month that, as a Pacific Islander, I get to share my culture, our colourful history, cultural cousins, ancestors and our myths and lore loudly and people (maybe) might actually listen.
So for the month of May, every week I will share something either from my childhood, my culture, our lore, our history, our stories. I'm not entirely sure what yet so I will keep this post updated but I hope you will come back and check it out.
For today though, as the title so clearly suggests, here are 10 of the Best Fiction Books written by Pacific Islanders.
A Cinderella retelling with badass lesbians that save themselves and want to overthrow the patriarchy? Yes please!!!
BABE Reading Challenge - May Authors & Poll Results 5 authors were pulled and 5 books have been voted for our first month of the challenge The authors selected at random are: The 5 Books we will be reading, as voted by members of the reading challenge: I'm so excited to see what everyone thinks… Continue reading May Authors & Results
This is my first ever Top 10 Tuesday! I've loved watching others participate and figured I would join in the fun as well. If you are new to TTT here's how it all began scroll to the bottom of this post for all the deets and past TTT's. This weeks topic is: Colourful Book Covers… Continue reading Colourful Book Covers: Top Ten Tuesday
B.A.B.E stands for Books and Ballgowns Event. A romance book con on steroids (without the roid rage) held in Sydney Australia and hosted by authors Jaymin Eve and Tate James. They have just announced the next B.A.B.E will be held in June 2023!!! So you can gauge my level of excitement, here is a video… Continue reading B.A.B.E Book Club & Reading Challenge
It may be early in the piece, but I'm calling it. Best Middle Grade of the YEAR!!! Bold claim? You must not have read it yet. This gave me HP sorting hat and Minitry of Magic vibes at the begining but it is SO much more. Amari & the Night Brothers (Supernatural Investigations #1) Synopsis… Continue reading Amari & The Night Brothers – B.B Alston