Reading Suggestions – My Lady Sorceress by Toby Neighbours (2018).

Absolutely loving this cover. Hopefully the storyline is as good as it sounds πŸ™ŒπŸ˜ŠπŸ‘πŸ‘Œ My Lady Sorceress by Toby Neighbours On the Cover. An ancient dragon, talking animals, and just a touch of the extraordinary… Magic is all around us. In the Western Realm, it is the creative force that formed the world, yet decades of neglect have left the magical races in decline and to the humans in the kingdom of Floralon magic is nothing more than a fairy tale. But magic is real. You have to believe in it to find it. You have to have the gift … Continue reading Reading Suggestions – My Lady Sorceress by Toby Neighbours (2018).

Reading Suggestions – The White Tower, by Michael Wisehart

Banished magic? How dare anyone demand such a thing …. This looks like it will be quite good. πŸ˜ŠπŸ‘ŒπŸ™ŒπŸ‘ On the Cover. The Wizard Wars have taken their toll . . . . . . and magic is banished. Those caught wielding it are sent to the White Tower. No one knows why. They’ve never been seen again. Darkness stirs in the north. War is coming, the likes of which hasn’t been seen since the time of the Khul Hordes. How will humanity fight back when those with the ability to do so are being exterminated? In a world where … Continue reading Reading Suggestions – The White Tower, by Michael Wisehart

Book Suggestions – Elves of Irradan, by R. J. Long (2018).

This book looks amazing. From the cover to the description readers can expect epic fantasy at its best. Already added to my #mustread list πŸ“š 😊 πŸ‘Œ πŸ‘ Elves of Irradan by R J Long. On the Cover. As Ealrin and Blume embark to restore her magical abilities, they encounter a growing unrest in the ancient land of Irradan. In search for a tree of legend, they uncover an empire on the brink of rebellion, a kingdom in shambles, and a clan of elves who rever nature more than their very lives. The Empire of Enoth has stood for thousands … Continue reading Book Suggestions – Elves of Irradan, by R. J. Long (2018).

Reading Suggestions – Eve of Snows, by L. James Rice (2017).

Something intriguing about this cover and title. The description is filled with intrigue and imagination and may just translate into a great novel. Anyone read this yet? πŸ€”πŸ“šπŸ‘πŸ‘ŒβœοΈ “Would you defy your gods to stop a war? Would it matter if you did? A young priestess at the heart of the conspiracy, and a warrior who is its target, are about to find out. ” ~ Kindle Eve of Snows by L James Rice. On the Cover. Prayers hold the power of magic, and Eliles is the most accomplished postulant to study for the priesthood in generations. But her prayers … Continue reading Reading Suggestions – Eve of Snows, by L. James Rice (2017).

Reading Suggestions – The Tethered Mage, by Melissa Caruso (2017).

This cover is the first thing that struck me as magnificent. And that was before I had read the description. I am definitely going to add this to my #mustread list πŸ“š ⭐️ πŸ’― ✍️ ***SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2018 GEMMELL AWARD FOR BEST DEBUT*** The Tethered Mage by Melissa Caruso. On the Cover. In the Raverran Empire, magic is scarce and those born with power are strictly controlled – taken as children and conscripted into the Falcon Army. Zaira has lived her life on the streets to avoid this fate, hiding her mage-mark and thieving to survive. But hers is … Continue reading Reading Suggestions – The Tethered Mage, by Melissa Caruso (2017).

Reading Suggestions – Rise of the Ranger, by Philip C. Quaintrell (2017).

This looks fantastic. The book cover is tantalising and the description is exciting as I had expected. On my #mustread list πŸ“š 😊 πŸ€“ πŸ“– Rise of the Ranger by Philip C Quaintrell. On the Cover. The Echoes of Fate, a prophesy uttered unto the world a thousand years ago, cannot be denied… Mankind has lorded over the land of Illian for a thousand years, enjoying what was left to them by the elves, as if it were their birthright. A thousand years is a long time for an immortal race to see the error of their ways and realise … Continue reading Reading Suggestions – Rise of the Ranger, by Philip C. Quaintrell (2017).

Book Review: Possession, by J. R. Ward (2013).

On the Cover. Jim Heron, disgruntled fallen angel, thinks that he finally has a leg up against Devinia, a devil’s minion, in their fight over seven souls to end the war against good and evil. This is because Jim knows exactly which earthly soul he needs to save: a distant single father of a 13-year-old son. Luckily, Jim thinks that he can leverage the power of love, because this man is in love with a careful woman previously burnt by lust. So instead, Jim focuses his attentions on Sissy, the young soul he saved from Devinia’s clutches, who is now … Continue reading Book Review: Possession, by J. R. Ward (2013).

Reading Suggestions – Box of Frogs, by Helen Harper (2018).

This is something for the young adult and of course the young at heart. You are never too old for any novel genre in a younger age group especially when there are so many great young adult novels out there with a fabulous storyline and well written characters that with a little less “tweens” and a little more “ies” it would be classified as adult anyway! This one really looks like some fun. It was the cover that really struck me to begin with. Bright colours and of course the title and golden frogs! Of course its going to peak … Continue reading Reading Suggestions – Box of Frogs, by Helen Harper (2018).

Reading Suggestions – Symphony of the Wind, Steven McKinnon (2017).

This cover is brilliant, bringing a number of images into readers imaginations. The title also has a lot to offer along with the description. Maybe worth the look! πŸ“š Symphony of the Wind by Steven McKinnon On the Cover. Serena dreams of leaving her unforgiving desert home far behind in her very own airship. But when an assassin’s knife meant for Serena kills her friend instead, the rebellious orphan ventures into the corrupt heart of Dalthea to discover who put a price on her head. With each new turn, she edges closer to uncovering the awful truth… And the mystical … Continue reading Reading Suggestions – Symphony of the Wind, Steven McKinnon (2017).

Reading Suggestions – Mordecai (The Riven Gates Book 1) Michael G. Manning (2018).

This looks like it could be quite good. Something worthwhile checking out πŸ“šβ­οΈπŸ‘ŒπŸ’― On the Cover Years have passed since the last of the Dark Gods was defeated, and Lothion has entered an age of peace and prosperity. Mordecai’s oldest children have already begun to make a place for themselves, and his youngest are on the cusp of adulthood. By every outward measure, his life has been a success; he has earned his reward. However, Tyrion, the first wizard and brutal liberator of mankind, has returned with an agenda of his own, and dark things continue to stir at the … Continue reading Reading Suggestions – Mordecai (The Riven Gates Book 1) Michael G. Manning (2018).