Serpent and Dove

Two years ago, Louise le Blanc fled her coven and took shelter in the city of Cesarine, forsaking all magic and living off whatever she could steal. There, witches like Lou are hunted. They are feared. And they are burned.

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5 Star Quotes: Serpent & Dove

Where you go, I will go.

For This Life Only

Three minutes. Jacob Palmer died for three life-changing minutes. And when he woke up, nothing was the same.

The Last Hope ✨ Excerpt

One Court "You’ve escaped one prison before, so you’ll be escaping another in  no time.” Mykal spoke those optimistic words thirty-one days ago, but I didn’t have the heart to remind him that it took me five years to flee Vorkter Prison. Now that we’re trapped aboard an enemy starcraft and only fed scraps every … Continue reading The Last Hope ✨ Excerpt

The Last Hope 🌌 Blog Tour

A stunning conclusion to the sci-fi romance duology by writing duo Krista & Becca Ritchie, The Last Hope is filled with twists and turns you'll never see coming.Sacrifice all you have to survive. Imprisoned for weeks on an enemy starcraft, Franny, Court, and Mykal have sat with an unfathomable revelation. But as they fight to stay alive, escaping … Continue reading The Last Hope 🌌 Blog Tour

Bursts of Fire

Bursts of Fire has so much going for it. Magic! Sisters! Political intrigue! But... To survive. To fight. To restore balance.The Falkyn sisters bear a burden and a legacy. Their mother, the imperial magiel of the kingdom of Orumon, protects her people from the horrors of the afterlife by calling upon the Gods with a … Continue reading Bursts of Fire

The Darkest Corners

There are ghosts around every corner in Fayette, Pennsylvania. Tessa left when she was nine and has been trying ever since not to think about it after what happened there that last summer. Memories of things so dark will burn themselves into your mind if you let them.

7 Obnoxious Book Reviewer Problems

Everyone thinks it's all fun and games with all these book reviews but let me tell you that it is TORTURE! Torture I tell you! The TBR pile keeps growing because I have no self control about accepting requests, review embargoes are real, and sometimes I cram a whole new release in between another book … Continue reading 7 Obnoxious Book Reviewer Problems

An Interview with Rebecca Donnelly

Join us this week for an interview with the author of The Friendship Lie, Rebecca Donnely. We talk about the hard-hitting stuff here: garbage games, Lulu VanRobot, book recs. Just how many sad questions can Maggie ask in a single episode? Get ready to sing some baby shark and laugh your little garbologist butts off.

The Lie Tree

Faith Sunderly leads a double life. To most people, she is reliable, dull, trustworthy—a proper young lady who knows her place as inferior to men. But inside, Faith is full of questions and curiosity, and she cannot resist mysteries: an unattended envelope, an unlocked door.

Here There Are Monsters

Sixteen-year-old Skye is done playing the knight in shining armor for her insufferable younger sister, Deirdre. Moving across the country seems like the perfect chance to start over. In their isolated new neighborhood, Skye manages to fit in, but Deirdre withdraws from everyone, becoming fixated on the swampy woods behind their house and building monstrous sculptures out of sticks and bones. Then Deirdre disappears. And when something awful comes scratching at Skye's window in the middle of the night, claiming she's the only one who can save Deirdre, Skye knows she will stop at nothing to bring her sister home.

The Friendship Lie

The Friendship Lie is told through the best points of view: yours, mine, and the Truth.

Labyrinth Lost

Nothing says Happy Birthday like summoning the spirits of your dead relatives.

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Beyond the Red

Alien queen Kora has a problem as vast as the endless crimson deserts. She’s the first female ruler of her territory in generations, but her people are rioting and call for her violent younger twin brother to take the throne. Despite assassination attempts, a mounting uprising of nomadic human rebels, and pressure to find a mate to help her rule, she’s determined to protect her people from her brother’s would-be tyrannical rule.

Happy 4th Of July

Happy Independence Day!

Call For Submissions: 25 Days of BookRecs

We're collecting book recs from now until November 1, 2019, to post starting on December 1, 2019. If you're a book blogger and would like to be a part of our event please fill out the form below.

Hunger Games Movie Marathon

Welcome to the 75th HUNGA GAMES! Even before Suzanne Collins announced her prequel we were itching to go back to Panem. To kick off our Summer Movie Marathon discussions we watched all four Hunger Games movies... and about 7 hours worth of special features.

Tricked

Things are changing at Fairy Tale Reform School. At least, that's what Gilly's heard through the Enchantasia rumor mill. Word is, notorious trickster Rumpelstiltskin has taken over management from Headmistress Flora, and he's locked down the school tighter than the Pied Piper's pants. Not that this news concerns Gilly. She's been released from FTRS and is now suffering through attending Jack of All Trades School, where she gets to learn about different kinds of shoe leather and ways to measure feet. Truly riveting stuff.

7 July 2019 YA Releases To Be Excited For

Graphic novels and fantasy adventures, ahoy! There are all sorts of books coming out just in time for Summer vacation. And just for kicks we've even added a bonafide Booked All Night book rec!

Planning Your Summer Reading

As you may have heard on the podcast, I have a washi tape addiction (pronounced problem). But I use my powers for good, I promise. And organizing your reading schedule, as well as reading breaks, makes for a great experience.

Wicked Fox

Ripe with K-Drama level of feels and a rich fantasy woven through, Wicked Fox is a delight from start to finish. A fresh and addictive fantasy-romance set in modern-day Seoul.Eighteen-year-old Gu Miyoung has a secret--she's a gumiho, a nine-tailed fox who must devour the energy of men in order to survive. Because so few believe … Continue reading Wicked Fox

Freeks

Welcome to Gideon Davorin’s Traveling Sideshow, where necromancy, magical visions, and pyrokinesis are more than just part of the act…

6 Superfluous Books for Panem Fans

While the Hunger Games prequel is as of yet untitled and isn't even set to release until May 2020, we've got some time to think and worry about whether Suzanne Collins will JK Rowling the world of Panem. Hopefully, it doesn't come to that but just in case--we've got some suggestions for additional guides and cookbooks.

Teen Titans: Raven

Raven's origin story gets a retelling and a revamping in Teen Titans: Raven. We start in tragedy, as all good backstories do.

Happy 3rd Owliversay to Booked All Night!

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Storm and Fury

Eighteen-year-old Trinity Marrow may be going blind, but she can see and communicate with ghosts and spirits. Her unique gift is part of a secret so dangerous that she’s been in hiding for years in an isolated compound fiercely guarded by Wardens—gargoyle shape-shifters who protect humankind from demons. If the demons discover the truth about … Continue reading Storm and Fury

The Hundred Lies of Lizzie Lovett

A teenage misfit named Hawthorn Creely inserts herself in the investigation of missing person Lizzie Lovett, who disappeared mysteriously while camping with her boyfriend.

How To Prioritize Your TBR

As Book Nerds, we have a problem. That problem is our ever growing, never shrinking TBR pile that now needs its own house with its own mortgage. To help, we're going to use/alter/reference the KonMari method. Relax! We aren't going to make you keep a max or minimum amount of books. We know you can't be contained.

A Tale of Highly Unusual Magic

Kai and Leila are both finally having an adventure. For Leila, that means a globe-crossing journey to visit family in Pakistan for the summer; for Kai, it means being stuck with her crazy great-aunt in Texas while her mom looks for a job. In each of their bedrooms, they discover a copy of a blank, old book called The Exquisite Corpse. Kai writes three words on the first page—and suddenly, they magically appear in Leila's copy on the other side of the planet. Kai's words are soon followed by line after line of the long-ago, romantic tale of Ralph T. Flabbergast and his forever-love, Edwina Pickle. As the two take turns writing, the tale unfolds, connecting both girls to each other, and to the past, in a way they never could have imagined.

8 June 2019 YA Releases To Be Excited For

June is going to be an exciting month, book nerds! Especially for fantasy fans. Did we include your most anticipated June read? If not, tell us what we missed in the comments below!

Three Dark Crowns Series

Ok, so, I binged through this whole series via audio books and my unnaturally long car rides lately. I absolutely loved the first two books, but I had significantly less love for book number three.

Survival Tips for BookCon

This weekend is BookCon, a bookish pop culture smorgasboard hosted at the Javitz Center in New York City. Whether you're taking a bus, train, plane, or just hoofing it a few city blocks, you'll want to be prepared. And we've got the ultimate guide.

5 Star Quotes: City of Ghosts

S3E3 Testimony From Your Perfect Girl

Jess, Maggie, and now Dan, all talk about Kaui Hart Hemmings' TESTIMONY FROM YOUR PERFECT GIRL. Listen and enjoy as we discuss blow jobs in the woods, body positivity, and how beating up your friends is the best way to make a point.

7 Places To Hide And Read Over Memorial Day Weekend

We all know what's about to happen: the family, the friends, the music, the BBQ. It's all coming to cut into your weekend reading time. You're going to open that book, someone is going to ask you what it's about, and then they're going to talk about John at the office. Don't worry. We're here to help. Here are some places to hide this weekend to get in your well deserved reading time.

The Beholder

As I started to get a little bored, one of Selah's advisors says, among other things, "And you are ill-equipped to become [the leader] without a husband to lead and advise you." Queue my rage induced reading to see if she grows up and murders this guy. Because I was really hoping she did.

Reign of Mist

The realm’s darkest secret is out. The cruelty of the capital and the power-hungry King Arden have scattered Bleak and her companions across the continents.

Testimony From Your Perfect Girl

A dueling review for TESTIMONY FROM YOUR PERFECT GIRL! Posted side by side for your viewing pleasure.

Unicorn Bowling

A unicorn in bowling shoes is quite a STRIKE-ing sight. But for nine-year-old Phoebe Howell, it’s just another fun outing with her best friend, the illustrious unicorn Marigold Heavenly Nostrils.

Furyborn

But pick up Furyborn immediately. Right now. Pick up this beautiful, magical book and read it. I'll wait.

Bookish Podcast Round-Up

I love podcasts! I love hearing people talk about books, and making fun of books, and books, books, books, books, podcasts. Here's a round-up of some awesome podcasts I have in my rotation.

May 2019 YA Releases We’re Excited For

So many good and pretty books are coming out just in time for Spring weather. Early Spring that is. Before the pollen gets so bad that we can't read outside and while the bugs are still deciding if they want to sleep in.

George Lucas As A Genre

This week we talk about George Lucas as a genre of fiction and genres in general. Join us next time for an INTERVIEW (we do love doing those around here) with Rebecca Donnelly.

Booked All Night’s Twitter Feud

If you're not following Jess or Maggie on Twitter--you're missing out on all the best feuds.

The Hate U Give

Angie Thomas's The Hate U Give blew up the book community when it released in February 2017, and for good reasons. The Hate U Give is an intense look into the lives of black kids living in a racist society that's trying to keep them down. It was not only an incredibly well written story that had … Continue reading The Hate U Give

46 Thoughts While Listening To ON THE COME UP

But mostly #16. Just #16 over and over and over.

Contagion

It got in us and most are dead. Decklan flew for help. Don’t trust the kid.

The Waking Forest

A dark, mysterious forest. A witch that grants wishes, a girl with nightmarish visions. I was intrigued and hopeful for The Waking Forest. And while some of the prose was beautiful, it quickly grew out of hand. The waking forest has secrets. To Rhea, it appears like a mirage, dark and dense, at the very … Continue reading The Waking Forest

The Abyss Surrounds Us

If there's anything that can be said for me, is that I love my fiction to have a hearty dosage of pirates. And queer girls. And queer pirate girls. The Abyss Surrounds Us is that, and more. So much more.For Cassandra Leung, bossing around sea monsters is just the family business. She’s been a Reckoner trainer-in-training … Continue reading The Abyss Surrounds Us

Can We Have More Experimental Formats?

We're big kids now, we can handle more than a few words on the page. Give us a story and an experience beyond the paper.

House of Furies

After escaping a harsh school where punishment was the lesson of the day, seventeen-year-old Louisa Ditton is thrilled to find employment as a maid at a boarding house. But soon after her arrival at Coldthistle House, Louisa begins to realize that the house’s mysterious owner, Mr. Morningside, is providing much more than lodging for his guests. Far from a place of rest, the house is a place of judgment, and Mr. Morningside and his unusual staff are meant to execute their own justice on those who are past being saved.

April YA Releases We’re Excited For

Descendant of the Crane by Joan He Tyrants cut out hearts. Rulers sacrifice their own. Princess Hesina of Yan has always been eager to shirk the responsibilities of the crown, dreaming of an unremarkable life. But when her beloved father is found dead, she’s thrust into power, suddenly the queen of a surprisingly unstable kingdom. … Continue reading April YA Releases We’re Excited For

The Wicked Deep

The Wicked Deep was a creepy story with rich world building, beautiful language and amazing imagery. That, and the cover is amazing and so sparkly. I just need it on my shelves at all time, illuminated by a little spot light. But--there were plenty of issues too.Where, two centuries ago, three sisters were sentenced to … Continue reading The Wicked Deep

My Plain Jane

Move over, Charlotte Brontë. The authors of My Lady Jane are back with a fantastic, romantic, hilarious reimagining of Jane Eyre. Cynthia Hand, Brodi Ashton, and Jodi Meadows’s My Lady Jane was a New York Times bestseller, “an utter delight” (ALA Booklist, starred review), and “an uproarious historical fantasy that’s not to be missed” (Publishers Weekly, starred review). Now they’re back with another irreverent tale of mischief, mayhem, and romance—perfect for fans of The Princess Bride or A Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue.

The Everlasting Rose ★★☆☆☆

The fact that I couldn't get past the first chapter is awfully telling... Which is a shame, since I loved The Belles and was beyond excited for the release of The Everlasting Rose--I even pre-ordered it before I was approved to review it! But, sometimes, the second one just isn't as good as the first. … Continue reading The Everlasting Rose ★★☆☆☆

The Afterwards

From the acclaimed team behind The Imaginary comes another powerful, poignant, and darkly fantastical story about friendship, perfect for fans of Neil Gaiman and Roald Dahl.Ember and Ness are best friends, completely inseparable. Ember can't imagine what life would be without Ness. Until Ness dies, in a most sudden and unexpected way. Ember feels completely empty. How … Continue reading The Afterwards

Upcoming March YA Titles

Spring is right around the corner (sooooo soon!) and we all need a good book (or two or three or ten) to pick up while we wait for the weather to get warmer and the sun to shine just a little bit brighter.

The Gilded Wolves – ★★★☆☆

A heist, a band of misfits, a stolen inheritance and Bond-levels of gadgets. What's not to love about The Gilded Wolves? Well... From New York Times bestselling author Roshani Chokshi comes The Gilded Wolves, a novel set in Paris during a time of extraordinary change—one that is full of mystery, decadence, and dangerous desires...No one believes in them. But soon … Continue reading The Gilded Wolves – ★★★☆☆

Bloodwitch ★★★★★

It is no secret how much I love Susan Dennard's Witchlands series. I fell head over heels in love with Truthwitch and even more so with Windwitch and Sightwitch. And then when I found out I won an ARC of Bloodwitch from BookishFirst a few weeks ago? Tears. Instant happy tears. And, y'all, I could NOT put … Continue reading Bloodwitch ★★★★★

Check out the Podcast!

Check out the Booked All Night podcast. Once a month, Jess and Maggie talk about a new young adult book.

NYT Bestselling Quotes

Going along with our five-star quotes we also love many of the books occupying the New York Times bestsellers list. In honor of Leigh Bardugo's King of Scars, we offer up this debut post for book #1 in the Nikolai Duology! The monster is me and I am the monster. If men were ashamed when they should … Continue reading NYT Bestselling Quotes

S2E1: Welcome Back & The Hate U Give

https://open.spotify.com/episode/5NnE0vej3ZpIE6zS1Pr63P We're back, book nerds! After a lengthy and well-earned break, we have finally recorded a new episode! We relive the nitty and gritty details about finishing a grueling MFA program, talk parenting tips for some strange reason (it's totally logical and prompted, we swear), and then finally remember that we watched an AMAZING adaptation … Continue reading S2E1: Welcome Back & The Hate U Give

Upcoming February YA Titles

You can lie to yourself if you want, but we all pick books by their covers. Here are few we've chosen for February 2019. How shallow are you when it comes to covers?

B&N Coupons and Hangouts

Happy Saturday, Book Nerds! We're excited to announce Barnes and Nobles' next B&N Kids' Book Hangout Event, coming up on February 9th! Go hang out at your local Barnes & Noble store to meet other readers, enjoy games and activities, and get free book swag. Get More Info .  Sign Up Here Valentine's Day is around the corner and B&N … Continue reading B&N Coupons and Hangouts

Mera: Tidebreaker ~DNF~

Princess Mera is teenage royalty and heir to the throne of Xebel, a penal colony ruled by the other no-so-lost land under the sea, Atlantis. Her father, his court and the entire kingdom are expecting her to marry and introduce a new king. But Mera is destined to wear a different crown….When the Xebellian military … Continue reading Mera: Tidebreaker ~DNF~

The Brilliant Death ★★★★☆

A stunning, violent fantasy with beautiful writing and amazing queer characters that made me fall in love with them immediately. The Brilliant Death was one of my most anticipated 2018 reads, and it spot on the Favorites shelf is well-earned. For Teodora DiSangro, a mafia don’s daughter, family is fate.All her life, Teodora has hidden the fact that … Continue reading The Brilliant Death ★★★★☆

White Stag ★★★☆☆

White Stag, the first book in a brutally stunning series by Kara Barbieri, involves a young girl who finds herself becoming more monster than human and must uncover dangerous truths about who she is and the place that has become her home.

You Are The Everything ★★★☆☆

An unusual, often confusing tale of a boy and a girl who are the sole survivors of a plane crash, and the relationship that blossoms afterwards. Can you want something—or someone—so badly that you change your destiny? Elyse Schmidt never would have believed it, until it happened to her. When Elyse and her not-so-secret crush, … Continue reading You Are The Everything ★★★☆☆

Chameleon Moon

Before I get into my (hugely delayed) review of Chameleon Moon by RoAnna Sylver I have to talk about how I found this book first. I'm a big fan of tumblr, specifically, I enjoy wasting time on tumblr. It's a great source of procrastination. Sometime in early 2014 or late 2013, I saw a post go … Continue reading Chameleon Moon

What If It’s Us ★★★★☆

A sweet, co-authored meet-cute that takes you on a roller coaster ride of emotions from some amazing heart-breaker writers What If It's Us is sure to leave you wanting more--and crying just a lot a bit. Arthur is only in New York for the summer, but if Broadway has taught him anything, it’s that the universe can deliver … Continue reading What If It’s Us ★★★★☆

🎧 Ep 30: Double Feature

https://open.spotify.com/episode/3xH8ZCVT89thz4p6yAdxv6

Ghosts ★★★★★

Graphic novels have always had a special place in my heart, and Ghosts by Raina Telgemeier has taken my heart in its adorable fist and crushed it to smithereens. Catrina and her family are moving to the coast of Northern California because her little sister, Maya, is sick. Cat isn't happy about leaving her friends for … Continue reading Ghosts ★★★★★

Eon ★★★★★

There are few books that I hold in high enough regard to give them a five star rating. The only other book I've ever done that for is Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss. I had a lot of trepidation going into this book, but I came out of it feeling like a kid again; like … Continue reading Eon ★★★★★

🎄 Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 🍾

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year, Book Nerds! We'll be back in 2019! Enjoy the season regardless of what you celebrate and may all you gifts be books.

Happy Thanksgiving!

As we get into the holiday season, we just want remind you that the best gift is a follow!

🎧 Ep 33: An Interview with Ava Dellaira

https://open.spotify.com/episode/3TiYVOZXTnkTubGXnd5fT4

Shadow of the Fox ★☆☆☆☆

After a certain point I felt like I was reading well written crossover fanfiction for Kenshin and InuYasha.

Most Anticipated November Releases

Happy Hallo-week Book Nerds! With November just on the horizon it's time to cast your votes, both at your local polling place and right here at Booked All Night. Vote on your top three once a day and we'll take the top five to add to our giveaway jar. 

Glass Sword ★★★★★

If I could sum up my entire experience of Glass Sword by Victoria Aveyard in a single gif, it would be this one: If you've spent any amount of time on this site, or listening to our Podcasts, you know how much of a fan Jess and I are of Victoria Aveyard. We fell in love with … Continue reading Glass Sword ★★★★★

The Dragon Waking ★★★★☆

An endearing tale of a girl who meets her best friend in the Nevada desert, who just so happens to be a dragon. The Dragon Waking by Grayson Towler is a heartwarming tale of friendship, adventure and a splash of magic. For thirteen-year-old Rose Gallagher, having a friend who is really a dragon and can perform … Continue reading The Dragon Waking ★★★★☆

Three Dark Crowns Series ★★★★☆

Ok, so, I binged through this whole series via audio books and my unnaturally long car rides lately. I absolutely loved the first two books, but I had significantly less love for book number three.

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What They Don’t Know EXCERPT

February 13 Dear Ms. Tilson, You probably think you know who I am, but I’m here to tell you that you don’t. I used to be a bright star of a girl, but that girl burned out of existence, like a fire swept through my life and left nothing but ash and smoke. That smoke … Continue reading What They Don’t Know EXCERPT

What They Don’t Know SPOTLIGHT TOUR

Title: What They Don’t Know Author: Nicole Maggi ISBN: 9781492672654 Release Date: October 2nd Publisher: Sourcebooks Fire Praise for What They Don’t Know “An engaging, emotionaldebate on rape and abortion. Hand to readers interested in hot-button social issues or those captivated by E.K. Johnston's Exit, Pursued by a Bear (2016).” Booklist “A flawless deconstruction of the hypocrisy turning deeply … Continue reading What They Don’t Know SPOTLIGHT TOUR

Most Anticipated Oct 2018 YA

It's October, Book Nerds! Time to weigh in the book your most excited for. That's right. Book. Singular. Let's get voting! And hey, if we missed your title, just add it at the bottom!

October Coupons!

*post contains affiliate links Everyone loves getting books for a little less money. Use our affiliate links to help support the site and podcast and save yourself a little money.  Coupon: $5 Off $30 . Coupon: $15 Off $65Coupon: $25 Off $115 . Coupon: $200 Off $1,000 *affiliate link Get 15% Off Your Order with code BNFriends

Last Seen Leaving ★★★★☆

After reading the initial back copy, I was a little hesitant to request Last Seen Leaving, but I'm so glad that I did. Flynn's girlfriend has disappeared. How can he uncover her secrets without revealing his own? Flynn's girlfriend, January, is missing. The cops are asking questions he can't answer, and her friends are telling … Continue reading Last Seen Leaving ★★★★☆

The Best Literary Book Gifts

If you're a fan of Out of Print, you'll really enjoy Literary Bok Gifts. We took a look at her products and put together a list of our favorites. As an added bonus, you can get 20% off using code BOOKEDALLNIGHT20!

After the Fire EXCERPT

The noise of the gunfire is still deafening, and I hear—I actually hear—bullets whizzing past me, their low whines like the speeded-up buzz of insects, but I don’t slow down, and I don’t change course. The Chapel is burning out of control, its roof engulfed by roaring fire and sending up a huge black plume of smoke, and the amplified voice of the Government booms across the compound, repeating its demand over and over again.

After the Fire SPOTLIGHT TOUR

The things I’ve seen are burned into me, like scars that refuse to fade.

Toil & Trouble ★★★★☆

An incredibly beautiful and diverse anthology about witches, women, love and mischief. With stories that ranged from modern-day to historical to magical realism, there's a little something for everyone in Toil & Trouble. A young adult fiction anthology of 15 stories featuring contemporary, historical, and futuristic stories featuring witchy heroines who are diverse in race, class, … Continue reading Toil & Trouble ★★★★☆

Mirage ★★★★★

Once in a while, there comes a book where you go into it with almost no expectations, in a genre you only occasionally read, where you go into it with an open mind. And then it consumes your entire life. In a star system dominated by the brutal Vathek empire, eighteen-year-old Amani is a dreamer. … Continue reading Mirage ★★★★★

Stalking Jack the Ripper ★★★★☆

A thrilling mystery with a terribly wrapped up ending. But most of the book was amazing and a great approach to popular period of history. Seventeen-year-old Audrey Rose Wadsworth was born a lord's daughter, with a life of wealth and privilege stretched out before her. But between the social teas and silk dress fittings, she … Continue reading Stalking Jack the Ripper ★★★★☆

Ruin of Stars ★★★★☆

Y'all. I'm still a mess whenever I think about Mask of Shadows. And then along came Ruin of Stars? More like RUINED MY HEART! The thrilling conclusion to the Mask of Shadows duology that weaves a tale of magic, shadows, and most importantly, revenge. As one of the Queen’s elite assassins, Sal finally has the power, prestige, … Continue reading Ruin of Stars ★★★★☆

An Interview with Helen Scheuerer

https://open.spotify.com/episode/729DWxUcMLQYpmA6KtT2Uv This week Helen Schuerer stopped by on her blog tour for Reign of Mist and had a quiet little one on one with Maggie (since Jess's voice is still out of commission).

Reign of Mist ★★★★☆

Imagine Heart of Mist. Now turn it up to eleven. Reign of Mist, the high-stakes, daring sequel to Heart of Mist was even more action-packed and intense than its predecessor. While I had trouble holding on to the first one, this one dug its claws into me and wouldn't let go. The realm’s darkest secret is out. The cruelty … Continue reading Reign of Mist ★★★★☆

Ruin of Stars BLOG TOUR

A hand snuffed out the light. I leaned over the edge of the greenhouse trellis, wooden beams creaking beneath me. The guards, as they had done every night I’d been spying, left soon as Lord del Aer tucked his daughter in, and they followed him through the halls of his estate. His daughter’s room was left unguarded except for the ones patrolling the grounds. He couldn’t comprehend someone killing his child to get at him.

An Interview with Linsey Miller

https://open.spotify.com/episode/3zRigwuFk9VP9Qop5ogrsr This week Maggie interviewed Linsey Miller, author of Mask of Shadows and the upcoming Ruin of Stars. Make sure to visit BookedAllNight.blog to check out the blog tour which includes: this amazing exclusive interview, the full first chapter, and a publisher run giveaway!

5 Star Quotes: Furyborn