Tag Archives: NetGalley

Review: The Art of Watercolor Lettering

The Art of Watercolor Lettering combines two of my great loves: watercolors and lettering. This book is perfect for anybody who has wanted to try something new. Or for somebody who’s been anxious to try their hand at this combined medium. Continue reading

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Review: Burn the Dark by S.A. Hunt

Burn the Dark is the first novel in S.A. Hunt’s Malus Domestica series. Technically speaking, this isn’t a new series. It’s just that this is the first time we’ll be getting a chance to read it in English. Which is great for me! Continue reading

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Review: The Tenant by Katrine Engberg

The Tenant is the first novel in Katrine Engberg’s Korner/Werner series. Much of the series is out already, but this is the first one translated to English (that I know of). It’s a Scandinavian crime novel with undeniable flair and character development. Continue reading

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Review: The Better Liar by Tanen Jones

The Better Liar is the debut novel of Tanen Jones, a new thriller author throwing her writing into the mix. She’s already proven to be an author worth keeping an eye on. Her first novel touches upon sisterhood, betrayal, obligations, and so much more. Continue reading

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Review: Strange Exit by Parker Peevyhouse

Strange Exit is the latest speculative science fiction novel from the mind of Parker Peevyhouse, and it is a unique reading experience. This novel blends post-apocalyptic fiction with simulations, debates about human nature, and so much more. Continue reading

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Review: Nameless Queen by Rebecca McLaughlin

Nameless Queen is the debut novel of Rebecca McLaughlin, and it has been getting a lot of attention in the last few months. It’s been favorably compared to novels like Red Queen, Everless, and Furyborn. Having read the novel, I can certainly understand why those comparisons were made. Continue reading

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Review: Lady Hotspur by Tessa Gratton

Tessa Gratton’s latest novel, Lady Hotspur is an imaginative novel, one that is heavily inspired by Shakespeare’s Henry IV. As you can imagine, that means that there will be plenty of politics and war. Oh, and did I mention that the novel has a very strong female focus? Continue reading

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Review: Gloomspite by Andy Clark

Gloomspite is the latest novel that Black Library has put out in the Warhammer Age of Sigmar universe. Written by Andy Clark, this novel is undoubtedly a horror telling, full of some of the worst things Warhammer and the Age of Sigmar have to offer. Continue reading

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Review: The Avant-Guards Vol. 1

The Avant-Guards Vol. 1 introduces us to the Georgia O’Keeffe College of Arts and Subtle Dramatics (say that ten times fast) as well as the sports team (basketball, of course) and the characters drawn to it. Continue reading

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Review: A Longer Fall by Charlaine Harris

A Longer Fall is the second novel in the Gunnie Rose series by Charlaine Harris. And it’s a novel that I’ve been eagerly waiting for all year. Gunnie Rose is an alternate history fantasy series; one that is full of Gunnies, magic, and fighting. Continue reading

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