Category: 4 Birds


Blog Tour: Pashmina

Blog Tour: Pashmina

  Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Pashmina hosted by Rock Star Blog Tours! After you’ve read my thoughts, don’t forget to enter for a chance to win a finished copy and visit the other stops on the tour!   I happened to come across Pashmina at a friend’s house and was […]

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Ex Libris Audio: The Great Hunt

Ex Libris Audio: The Great Hunt

One of my favorite Child Ballads is The Two Sisters, a story about jealousy that ends in one sister murdering the other and subsequently getting busted by a harp made from her sister’s bones.  (No, really.)  The Great Hunt is very loosely based on the dude version of this ballad, and the two stories are […]

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Blog Tour: Wonder Woman: Warbringer

Blog Tour: Wonder Woman: Warbringer

I know I date myself by writing this, but my introduction to Wonder Woman was the show starring Linda Carter in the 1980s.  I would lasso my brother hoping to get the truth (it didn’t work) and spin in circles hoping my clothes would change.  Watching the show now, it can be painful in its […]

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Blog Tour: Sparks Of Light

Blog Tour: Sparks Of Light

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Sparks Of Light, book two in the Into he Dim series!  After you’ve read my thoughts, don’t forget to enter for a chance to win one of three finished copies.       Rose is now back in Scotland, still trying to recover from her ordeal […]

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Blog Tour: Hello, Sunshine

Blog Tour: Hello, Sunshine

Welcome to my stop on the blog tour for Hello, Sunshine by Leila Howland!  After you’ve read my review, don’t forget to enter for a chance to win a cop of Nantucket Summer, which is a compilation of Nantucket Blue and Nantucket Red also by Leila Howland. (Seriously, its one of my favorite duologies EVER). […]

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Blog Tour: The Midnight Jewel

Blog Tour: The Midnight Jewel

When I read The Glittering Court I admit I had mixed feelings about the book, but I did like Mira. I was excited to learn that the next book would tell her story!  Mira is a refugee and gets into The Court with a very specific goal in mind, and it really isn’t about husbands. […]

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The Sandcastle Empire By Kayla Olson

The Sandcastle Empire By Kayla Olson

I don’t  read as many dystopian stories as I used to, but The Sandcastle Empire reminded me of why I always enjoyed this subgenre.  World building is key and I found that is was a world that seemed near and plausible, which was chilling.  The people who had less grew tired of the increasing income […]

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Want By Cindy Pon

Want By Cindy Pon

Want has been one of my most anticipated books this year and it did not disappoint! There is much about Want that seems very relevant to today.  The world of this futuristic Taipei is extremely polluted to the point that it makes people sick and significantly shortens lives.  Increased industrialization and limited regulations have made […]

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