Spotlight: The Chronicles of Iona: Exile – Paula de Fougerolles

Today I’m on another blog tour with a spotlight for The Chronicles of Iona: Exile, by Paula de Fougerolles! So read on for more information about the book and the author, and to see what others are saying about this book. Blurb The Chronicles of Iona: Exile tells the story of the Irish monk and ScottishContinue reading “Spotlight: The Chronicles of Iona: Exile – Paula de Fougerolles”

Book Review: That Could Be Enough – Alyssa Cola

Publisher: Seditious SistersFormat: MOBIRelease Date: June 26th, 2018Genre: Romance – Historical – LGBT+ (WLW) Rating: 5/5 Stars The cover for this book popped up on my Twitter timeline, and as soon as I saw it and the title I had to grab it. Sapphic Romance with Hamilton references? Yes please! I freaking loved this novella,Continue reading “Book Review: That Could Be Enough – Alyssa Cola”

BBNYA Spotlight Tour: It Happened in Silence – Karla M Jay

Publisher: Book Circle PressLength: 364 PagesRelease Date: 29th October, 2020 Blurb 2021 IPA Distinguished Favorite Award2021 Winner Benjamin Franklin Award Silver2020 Book Excellence Award Finalist2020 Wishing Shelf Historical Fiction Finalist It Happened in Silence follows fifteen-year-old Willow Stewart, who has been mute since birth. She has one task to complete-to leave her Appalachian homestead andContinue reading “BBNYA Spotlight Tour: It Happened in Silence – Karla M Jay”

Book Review: Concrete Rose – Angie Thomas

Publisher: Walker BooksFormat: PaperbackRelease Date: January 12th, 2021 Rating: 5/5 Stars On the Come Up Review Is three books too early to call an author one of the greatest of their generation? Because after Concrete Rose, I really think Angie Thomas is. And she’s apparently working on a Fantasy novel, which has made me soContinue reading “Book Review: Concrete Rose – Angie Thomas”

The Lost Apothecary – Sarah Penner

Publisher: Legend PressFormat: MOBIRelease Date: March 2nd, 2021 Rating: 5/5 Stars Told in dual timelines, The Lost Apothecary explores the lives of three different women, their lives connected over the centuries by a single unlucky vial. In 1791, Nella serves the women in her community, issuing medicines where needed, but more often selling poisons, forContinue reading “The Lost Apothecary – Sarah Penner”