Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Coastal Magic Author Spotlight and Giveaway - J.A. Souders!

J.A. Souders
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Renegade (The Elysium Chronicles, #1) Revelations (The Elysium Chronicles, #2)

Yay! I’m so excited to be here on Goldilox’s blog! We met at the Coastal Magic conference when it was just in it’s infancy and called Olde City, New Blood and I just love her to pieces. :) She asked me as part of her part as a featured blogger at Coastal Magic, if I could write a post for her about things readers should know about Gavin and Evie.

As any author can tell you, we spend so much time with our characters that we know so much about them. So much more than we could ever put on the paper. And a lot of times it can be detrimental to the story line and we don’t even know it, because we are so close to our characters. Decisions that those characters make, can make no sense to the readers, but perfect sense to us because we know everything about them, so I’m glad to answer some questions and shed some light on the Evie and Gavin that I just couldn’t fit into the book without slogging it down with too many details.

Please be forewarned that if you haven’t read the books, there will be spoilers here. I’ll try to keep them to a minimum but continue at your own risk. :D
When I first started writing RENEGADE, Evelyn knew exactly what she was. She hid it from Mother, of course, but she knew and when Gavin came into the picture she told him, too. Of course, when my editor and I decided it would actually be more awesome if she didn’t actually know what/who she was and the readers found out when she did, it changed a lot of the beginning and the end. And like I said earlier, a lot of her and Gavin’s decisions were originally based on that knowledge, and now that Evie doesn’t know it, some of her actions seem strange to the reader. And maybe downright wrong.

However, that being said, I decided to keep a lot of that in still, because I had to think like a Citizen, not to mention there had to be character growth. A questioning of what they know and think they want to something different and hopefully better. Here’s where the spoiler comes in. Evelyn is an Enforcer, she was born, bred, and trained to be a killer.

And even though she doesn’t know that, she is The Daughter of the People. She grew up in a world where killing was just a cost of the comfort and peace she thought she had. In fact, all of the citizens think the same. Her world and thinking is strange and scary and possibly horrible to us. That was on purpose. I wanted to show a world that made us feel that way. I wanted to show a character who made us question our own decisions and choices. To make us ask ourselves the hard questions, like if we lived in this world, what would we do? What is right? What is wrong? To some she may be irredeemable for what she does in RENEGADE and REVELATIONS and maybe even book 3 when it comes out, and I understand it, but I hope that people will see her for what she is, which is a product of her environment and upbringing, not to mention lots and lots of brainwashing, but in the end her true self keeps shining through and that one person can make a difference. And can change who and what they are no matter where they’ve come from, if they choose to. Of course, the question still remains if she’ll make that choice, or if she’ll make a choice we don’t even know she had.

As far as Gavin…well, let’s start with the fact that he’s a guy. A teenage guy. He’s had to grow up in an unforgiving environment, where he had to grow up faster than he should have, but he’s still a teenage guy. Hormones sometimes take the place of braincells when it comes to it. In RENEGADE he kind of takes a back seat to Evie, because of how strong of a character she is and the fact that he was out of his element. A lot of people felt he made a lot of stupid choices with Evie. I agree. :) But, again, this was intentional. He was held captive. Someone was willing to save him. Possibly. And while he was intrigued by Evie, and attracted, of course, he didn’t trust her right away. He took the only option he thought he had. One where he had the possibility of living. He was sure he was going to die one way or another, he might as well try as opposed to just sitting and waiting for death.

And even though he lets some of his hormones make some of his decisions (like when he kisses her the first time) he doesn’t trust her until she basically takes a bullet for him. Another thing that people have questioned as to why he’s so “forgiving” of her conditioned responses. The simple answer to that is, that he knows (or at least hopes) that she’s not the monster she’s been trained to be. That everything she’s done is because of her conditioning and had she not had her brain messed with, being a murderer wouldn’t even be in her wheelhouse. And lastly, when Gavin says he loves her. A lot of people have expressed they felt this was insta-love. In a way, they’re right. Of course, research shows that certain circumstances can draw people together faster, but in this particular circumstance, I don’t feel he really loved her (at that point anyway.). Yes, he was attracted. Yes, he like, liked her (LOL). But love wasn’t quite there yet. He was just smart enough to realize that certain things turned on her Enforcer side, while other things turned them off.

Most of this pertains to RENEGADE and I know a lot of people really question a lot of the motives for both characters in REVELATIONS, but I can’t answer most of those without giving away a lot of book 3, so you’ll just have to wait for those answers. ;) Besides, this post is long enough. :) LOL.

J.A. Souders was born in the heartland with an overactive imagination and an over abundance of curiosity that was always getting her into trouble. She first began writing at the age of 13, when she moved to Florida and not only befriended the monsters under the bed, but created worlds for them to play together.

Because she never grew up, she decided she’d put her imaginary friends to work and started writing. She still lives in the land of sunshine and palm trees and is an active member of the RWA, CFRW, YARWA, SFWA, and SCBWI.

She is represented by Natalie Lakosil of the Bradford Literary Agency.

Twitter: JASouders

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Review: Be With Me by J. Lynn

Be With Me
(Wait For You #2)
J. Lynn
Release: February 4, 2014
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Teresa Hamilton is having a rough year—she’s in love with her big brother’s best friend, but he hasn’t spoken to her since they shared a truly amazing, mind-blowing, change-your-life kiss. She got out of a terrible relationship. And now an injury is threatening to end her dance career for good. It’s time for Plan B – college. And maybe a chance to convince Jase that what they have together is real.

Jase Winstead has a huge secret that he’s not telling anyone. Especially not his best friend’s incredibly beautiful sister. Even though he and Teresa shared the hottest kiss of his life, he knows that his responsibilities must take priority. He certainly doesn’t have time for a relationship. But it doesn’t help that all he can think about kissing the one girl who could ruin everything for him.

As they’re thrown together more and more, Jase and Tess can’t keep denying their feelings for each other. But a familiar danger looms and tragedy strikes. As the campus recovers, the star-crossed couple must decide what they’re willing to risk to be together, and what they’re willing to lose if they’re not…
Review by Rose Red:

Be With Me is the second book in J. Lynn’s Wait For You series and is the story of Jase, Cam’s best friend, and Teresa (aka Tess), Cam’s little sister. This is a classic girl falls in love with her older brother’s best friend story. Like the first book in this series, I loved this one! Wait For You, I think, was a better story overall, but this one was golden too. There was something about it that really resonated with me even though I have not had to deal with any of the same issues that Tess and Jase do.

One of the things, I adore about J. Lynn/Jennifer Armentrout is how she portrays her characters and how she has them deal with some real life issues. And this book is a great example of that. Tess's dream of dancing has been put on hold because of a knee injury.  So she proceeds with Plan B, which is to attend college.  Going to school somewhere other than a major dance school is not what she wanted so she’s only attending classes at the same college as her brother until she recovers enough to get back to ballet. Stuff like this happen all the time in real life and most people find themselves in her shoes trying to figure out who they are and where they want their lives to go. There are some other pretty heavy-hitting issues presented in this book but I won’t get into those so I don’t spoil anyone who hasn’t read Wait For You.

I loved Tess as a character and I connected with her almost immediately. She is so much fun! I literally laughed out loud at so many of the things she said and thought. Not only is she hilarious, she has a temper while still being sweet and she doesn’t take crap from anybody. I liked that she still had insecurities, but they didn’t immobilize her or keep her from knowing what she wants. She is emotionally strong and stable which is good because the same thing can’t be said for Jase.

Jase can be described as slightly damaged, which causes some of drama in the book. And let’s be honest, J. Lynn set the bar pretty high with Cam and those damn cookies of his, so Jase had a lot to live up to. And he does, but in his own way. Jase is definitely not Cam and they really shouldn’t be compared. One ingenious similarity between the two is that Jase has a baked good addiction like Cam does but it is not cookies. Jase has to work through some pretty serious issues and, for me, his big reveal was pretty predictable. But that did not take anything away from the story for me. I still loved him even when he annoyed me at times.

I can totally see why some of the drama with Jase happened due to his emotional baggage, but him freaking out every time things took a turn towards a serious relationship between him and Tess, kind of pissed me off. Although, I’ll give Tess huge props for not becoming a weepy, clingy mess every time he had a freak out. In a way, Jase was very similar to Avery with his inability to deal with the emotions he was feeling for Tess.

I don’t know what it is about this series but it leaves me grinning and all warm and fuzzy inside. This is what J. Lynn/Jennifer Armentrout’s books do to me. What can I say? I’m a romantic at heart.

The romance was intense and there was significant character growth for both Tess and Jase. I really enjoyed the chemistry they had and the witty banter that was exchanged between them. The whole book was a roller coaster of emotions and that's a good thing. The only reason I dropped the rating to 4.5 stars is due to some issues I had with how Jase and Tess approached protection before one of the times they had sex. But what is an issue for me; may be a non-issue for most people in how it was presented. I just didn’t like it.

Overall, this book was awesome and I’d highly recommend it! It’s packed with witty lines, heart pounding suspense, and romance! I like that this book can be read as a stand alone, but you'll get more of a complete picture if you read the prior books in the series. I can't wait for September to be here so I can finally read Stay With Me!


Recommended for fans of: 
Easy by Tammara Webber
Ugly Love by Colleen Hoover
All Lined Up by Cora Carmack

  4.5 / 5 stars

My reviews of other books in this series:
Wait For You by J. Lynn

Friday, July 25, 2014

Review: Wait For You by J. Lynn

Wait For You
(Wait For You #1)
J. Lynn
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Some things are worth waiting for…

Traveling thousands of miles from home to enter college is the only way nineteen-year-old Avery Morgansten can escape what happened at the Halloween party five years ago—an event that forever changed her life. All she needs to do is make it to her classes on time, make sure the bracelet on her left wrist stays in place, not draw any attention to herself, and maybe—please God—make a few friends, because surely that would be a nice change of pace. The one thing she didn’t need and never planned on was capturing the attention of the one guy who could shatter the precarious future she’s building for herself.

Some things are worth experiencing…

Cameron Hamilton is six feet and three inches of swoon-worthy hotness, complete with a pair of striking blue eyes and a remarkable ability to make her want things she believed were irrevocably stolen from her. She knows she needs to stay away from him, but Cam is freaking everywhere, with his charm, his witty banter, and that damn dimple that’s just so… so lickable. Getting involved with him is dangerous, but when ignoring the simmering tension that sparks whenever they are around each other becomes impossible, he brings out a side of her she never knew existed.

Some things should never be kept quiet…

But when Avery starts receiving threatening emails and phone calls forcing her to face a past she wants silenced, she’s has no other choice but to acknowledge that someone is refusing to allow her to let go of that night when everything changed. When the devastating truth comes out, will she resurface this time with one less scar? And can Cam be there to help her or will he be dragged down with her?

And some things are worth fighting for…
Review by Rose Red:

I picked up Wait for You on a kindle deal* because I have enjoyed every book of Jennifer Armentrout’s that I have read so far. And this one didn’t disappoint! It was super adorable and it had me laughing out loud at several parts! If you’re looking at starting Wait for You make sure you plan enough time to read it in one sitting because, believe me, you will not want to put it down. I’d also recommend having the other two books in the series, Trust in Me and Be With Me, on stand-by because you’re going to want to start them immediately after finishing.

Wait for You is a typical new adult story but it is extremely well written. The characters are complex and the pacing is spot on. I’m kind of a sucker for romance novels that approach serious issues and this is definitely one of those stories. The book focuses on Avery Morganstern and Cameron Hamilton and how their relationship came to be. They have to conquer some serious hurdles with each of their respective pasts to help each other move on and realize that they are capable of being loved.

Cam is freaking fantastic! He's one of those guys that is so damn likable that you wish you had him for your own. He’s not a broody, alpha male, but is kind and respectful to everyone around him. He has great relationships with his family and his friends and I loved that about his character. Cam does have a dark spot in his past that is alluded to in the first few chapters. We later find out the whole story, but it only makes you love him more. According to Avery’s description, he’s very good looking which is always a plus. I found myself shaking my head each time Avery turned him down when he asked her out. Just say yes already!

Avery, poor girl, is pretty messed up. It's evident within the first few pages that Avery has had some huge traumatic event happen to her in her past. However, what actually happened is only revealed in bits and pieces for a long portion of the story. This event has clearly affected her in a in such a way that she felt the need to leave her family and all of her old friends behind. She wants nothing to do with her old life. Whatever happened to her changed her and how she views everything around her. Throughout the story, it is obvious time and time again that the way she relates to people, places, and well, everything is related to her secret.

I kind of figured out Avery’s secret early on in the story. Well, sort of. I got most of it right. But I don’t think it was suppose to be some big mystery. I think the reader is meant have an idea of what her secret is to explain some of her actions, but not all of it so we can be outraged when all is revealed. It’s like we’re given an almost completed puzzle, but the important pieces are still missing.

The pacing and development of the relationship was perfect! The buildup, the tension, and the wait: it all felt real and natural! It was one of my favorite aspects of the book. It was intense, slow building, and contained lots of snark. I seriously enjoyed the banter between Avery and Cam a lot! But their relationship is not all sunshine and rainbows. They have some serious issues to deal with. I liked that they had to work at their relationship and that it wasn’t an immediate “OMG! I love you and let’s get married!”

If you are looking for a perfect summer read and you love university-centered New Adult romance novels, I highly recommend Wait for You. It will have you grinning like a fool the whole time you’re reading it. J. Lynn has rewritten this story from Cam’s perspective in Trust in Me and I highly recommend that you read it immediately after Wait For You. I didn’t think I could love Cam more but that book certainly made me love him more.

*The Kindle Deal is still going on so you can get all the books that are out in this series for less than $10! Click HERE to go to the series page.

Recommended for fans of: 

Easy by Tammara Webber
Pushing the Limits by Katie McGarry
Losing it by Cora Carmack

 5 / 5 stars

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Review: Fireborn by Keri Arthur

(Souls of Fire #1)
Keri Arthur
Release: July 1, 2014
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From New York Times bestselling author Keri Arthur comes a brand new series featuring heroine Emberly Pearson—a phoenix capable of taking on human form, and cursed with the ability to foresee death…

Emberly has spent a good number of her many lives trying to save humans. So when her prophetic dreams reveal the death of Sam, a man she once loved, she does everything in her power to prevent that from happening. But in saving his life, she gets more than she bargained for.

Sam is working undercover for the Paranormal Investigations Team, and those who are trying to murder him are actually humans infected by a plague-like virus, the Crimson Death—a by-product of a failed government experiment that attempted to identify the enzymes that make vampires immortal. Now, all those infected must be eliminated.

But when Emberly’s boss is murdered and his irreplaceable research stolen, she needs to find the guilty party before she goes down in flames…

Review by Gretl:

I was attracted to Fireborn because I've never seen a book about a phoenix before. Keri Arthur's version is a spirit being that can take three forms - flesh, flame and firebird. Each phoenix has a soul mate, another phoenix that they need to recharge, to reproduce and to be reborn every hundred years. But their kind are cursed to be unable to fall in love with each other, and the need to keep another phoenix in their life often alienates their significant others. That's exactly what ruined Emberly's relationship with Sam five years ago. He left when he found out about her soul mate Rory and didn't listen to her attempts to explain their relationship. So Emberly and Sam's reunion, as you might expect, is not exactly pleasant. When she continues to get involved in his investigation in an effort to find her boss's killer and recover his research, things get even more awkward between them.

This world is the same or very similar to the one in which Arthur's Riley Jensen and Dark Angels series are set. I think the rules for vampires might be slightly different in this one, but I don't remember well enough to say for certain. The way Emberly uses her flame form also reminds me of Risa from those books, as does her tendency to get abducted. But there are some great new supes in this one too. In addition to the phoenices, there's a fire fae, Jackson, who has instant chemistry with Emberly due to their shared affinity for fire. There's also mention of earth, air and water fae, though we haven't met any of them yet. I really liked Jackson, but I felt like this exaggerated sex drive that he and Emberly have, or maybe the need to have a biological explanation for it, felt too much like the werewolves in Arthur's other series.

I've seen some people refer to the love triangle or even quadrangle in this book, but I really didn't see it that way. The only one Emberly really loves is Sam. In fact, I thought that she and Jackson had one too many conversations about how they could never be in a committed relationship. Likewise, Emberly's looking for the man she loved underneath the new darkness in Sam got a little repetitive.

What I did enjoy were the action and the mystery. Emberly was a cop in a previous life, so she feels right at home as an investigator. I enjoyed following the clues along with her. And I liked Emberly, Jackson and Rory. They're fun, original characters. Sam's angry and unpleasant most of the time, so I'm not so sure about him yet. There are a lot of loose ends left at the end of the book but I liked the direction Emberly is going. I feel like this series has a lot of potential.

Recommended for fans of: Keri Arthur's Riley Jensen and Dark Angel series, SJ Harper's Fallen Siren series, sexy Urban Fantasy

  3.5 / 5 stars

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Review: UnWritten by Chelsea Cameron

Chelsea Cameron
Release: July 10, 2014
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Children's librarian by day. Romance novelist by night.
British single father.
Someone else is writing this love story...

Blair Walton isn't your average curvaceous tattooed children's librarian. She's also one half of bestselling romance author, Scarlet Rose. Along with her BFF Raine, she spends her nights writing books so steamy, she's afraid they would shock her Southern conservative grandmother to death . . . if she knew about them. That's why she and Raine write in secret.

On deadline for their latest book and out of ideas, Raine suggests (demands) that Blair find a guy and "do some research". Declan Bennet has all the qualifications: He's British, looks fabulous in a suit, has glorious blue eyes and gets bonus points for being an amazing single dad to his adorable son, Drake. But what starts out as a research project quickly turns into something much more. And Blair's not the only one with secrets.
Review by Goldilox:

Unwritten is a sometimes funny, sometimes steamy, always entertaining contemporary romance from author Chelsea Cameron. This one is a standalone, so readers looking for something quick and fun with no 'series commitment' will especially appreciate it. Although there are definitely a few emotional moments in the book, UnWritten remains mostly a lighter read.

The main character here is Blair, a children's librarian who is covered in tattoos. Everything about Blair is a juxtaposition and she felt like a fresh character. She writes romance novels with her best friend, Raine, and their relationship was a very realistic and relatable friendship. They felt like they could be real people to me, joking with each other like real best friends do, nagging each other, teasing each other, and being very blunt with each other. Their chemistry was almost as great as Blair's chemistry with the love interest, Declan.

Declan is hot, blond, and British. And his version of bringing Blair 'flowers' was absolutely genius. Let me just say for anyone who is trying to woo a book lover: read this book, steal this idea. Declan and Blair's relationship was a sexy and steamy romp that was explicit enough to be hot but not so much to cross out of the contemporary romance genre. I personally could have used a *little* more explicitness and still not been scandalized, but that's just me! I wish Declan had been developed a little more though. Blair and even Raine were very full, round characters to me and I wanted a little more from not only Declan, but he and Blair's relationship as it progressed. His young son Drake was written really well, totally adorable and lovable and still true to how a real child his age might act.

One of the aspects of this book that I found really intriguing was the inside look readers get at Blair and Raine's life as writers. In fact, UnWritten feels almost like a love letter to authors, reviewers, bloggers, book obsessors, and the like. All of the comments made between Blair and Raine during their writing process felt very "inside knowledge", like the reader would fully understand the terms and the process. That, along with the fun contemporary references sprinkled throughout made this book feel very modern.

UnWritten is a fabulous standalone romance for lovers of contemporary. It would make a great beach read or a good palate cleanser between heavier books. I don't always enjoy lighter reads because they often lack substance, but UnWritten is solid and realistic, with enough emotional punches to the gut to be taken seriously. Highly recommend to lovers of modern romance!

Recommended for fans of: tattoos, classic children's books, British men, contemporary romance, hotel sex, adorable kids, and writing/reviewing books.

This review is based on an advance copy of the book provided by the author.

  4 / 5 stars

Monday, July 21, 2014

Read This F@!%ing Book! (17)

Welcome to a feature I'm going to post on Mondays called:

Read This F@!%ing Book!

This is a feature for me to push my favorite reads that just aren't getting enough attention! 

I'm also opening it up to anyone who would like to guest post. Do you have a book that you just LURVED but feel like its not getting the play it deserves? Email me to let me know and I'd be THRILLED to have you post about it here! Especially if its something I haven't reviewed yet - that's even better (but not necessary)! If you're interested email me:

This week's post comes from our very own: 
Rose Red!

Read This F@!%ing Book Post 17: Dark Mission Series
(Click book cover to go to Goodreads page)
Blood of the Wicked (Dark Mission, #1) Lure of the Wicked (Dark Mission, #2)
All Things Wicked (Dark Mission #3) Sacrifice the Wicked One for the Wicked (Dark Mission, #5)

Why I love it:

The story takes place in a post-apocalyptic Seattle, where witches have been accused of destroying the world with a series of earthquakes, tsunamis and all types of natural disasters. Now, the witches are running from witch hunters and the world isn’t the same as before.

The world building in this book is freaking fantastic! Everything is dirty, gritty, dangerous, and falling apart. But yet everything was kept in such a way that it wasn’t too over-the-top and melodramatic. The society that springs up in response to this global apocalypse makes complete sense when you look at their logic about how they think the “end of the world” came about.

The characters are an interesting mix of witches, witch sympathizers, and witch hunters and it provides a quite interesting conflict of views and questioning of several of the characters beliefs.

Why I'm pushing it:

This series is a hidden gem. It completely flabbergasts me that Karina Cooper’s work isn’t more popular. But I guess that’s a puzzle to solve another time. One great thing about this series is that all the books are out. You can marathon them all and not have to wait.

This world and the society that has formed in it has me completely fascinated and I find myself picking up the series up again and again so I can re-experience it. The cultural implications of this society has given rise to an interesting mix of characters with different personalities. This series also adds some great diversity to the urban fantasy/paranormal romance genre. There are different sexual orientations and ethnicities as well as characters that you’re not going to immediately like. They are living in a world that has gone to hell so you can expect more than one of them to be a bit rough around the edges.

The Complexity!

What I love most about this series, besides the world building, is that the characters are constantly evolving and changing to fit the new circumstances they find themselves in. They find hope and love in a very dark world with a twisted society. I found myself deeply invested in their welfare and hoping for everything to work out. Some of the plot twists had me going “What the Hell?” but in a good way.

If you love a gritty paranormal romance, I’d highly recommend pick this series up!

Have you read this book?
Did we persuade you to add it to your TBR mountain?
Let us know in the comments below!

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

Meet the New Co-Bloggers!

New Co-Bloggers!

I am SO excited today to introduce you guys to two new lovely ladies that will be joining Goldilox and the Three Weres! 
I have loved running Goldilox and the Three Weres for the past three years and even though I am unable to post as much as I have in the past I still love reviewing and interacting with other bloggers and authors. So, in order to take some of the burden off of my own shoulders and bring some new voices and opinions to the blog, I am bringing on two new co-bloggers - and they even have storybook names! They are both in the trial stage for now, so if you love their posts and reviews let them know in the comments and let me know by emailing!

Meet the Ladies!


Hi! I’m Margaret aka Gretl. I was a burned out English Lit major who didn’t touch a book for years after college. Then in the summer of 2010, I binge-watched the first two seasons of True Blood on Netflix. Afterwards I just HAD to read the Sookie Stackhouse books. Then I moved on to Night Huntress and an Urban Fantasy junkie was born. I also read PNR and recently, some contemp romance and romantic suspense.
I’m also an accessory addict, cosmetic junkie, and single mom to 2 dogs and 1 human (though at times I suspect she’s a vampire sucking up my energy.) We recently moved back home to the Midwest after several years in Texas.

You can often find me author stalking or sharing bookish things on Twitter @ghoulishgretl.

Rose Red

I’m a twenty-something professional book hoarder with a severe nachos and diet mountain dew addiction. I consume stories in every way I can. Physical books, comics, short stories, ebooks, and audiobooks, I love them all! 

When it comes to the types books I read, I subscribe to the “I live in the real world, I don’t want to read about it” ideology and read mostly fantasy books. I do have a weakness for a good romance novel in any genre though. 

I’m an unabashed fangirl of the whole fantasy genre. Start talking to me about anything related to fantasy books and I’ll start gushing about everything from Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings to Kevin Hearne’s Iron Druid Chronicles to Donna Grant’s Dark Sword/Dark Warriors series. 

I run the blog Jessie Reads Everything and I’m a coblogger over at Spines and Covers

When I'm not reading, I'm a grad student trying to add the three letters PhD to the end of my name in the great name of science. I also have a mild addiction to Twitter, Marvel movies, and Doctor Who episodes. Find me on Twitter @Jessi_Squeakers

So, that's them! Say hello in the comments! Show them some love and welcome them to the blog! :)

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