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The Gatekeeper’s Apprentice by Catherine McCarthy

A young girl discovers her family’s secret in this charming middle grade fantasy. 12 year old Maddie lives with her mother and her younger brother, Tom, who has Cystic Fibrosis. Maddie is mature beyond her years; she has to be, after the sudden disappearance of her father four years earlier. Could the mysterious box hidden… Continue reading The Gatekeeper’s Apprentice by Catherine McCarthy

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Forget Me Not by Anca Antoci

Today is a promotion post organized by Booktamins for Anca Antoci’s new adult fantasy novel, Forget Me Not. About the book 1st book in the series: ChimeraPublication date: 31st January 2020 Genres: Urban Fantasy, New Adult, Paranormal/Supernatural, Young Adult When tragedy strikes, Rae makes a terrible choice and struggles with the aftermath. In the wilderness of the Tongass rainforest, she finds herself hunted… Continue reading Forget Me Not by Anca Antoci

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Carpe Glitter by Cat Rambo

Nebula award nominated, Carpe Glitter, is a magical read that somehow packs a narrative and emotional punch way beyond its word count. Persephone has avoided putting down roots for years, more to avoid being caught in the cross hairs between her mother and grandmother than anything else, but when Grandma dies, she travels to Las… Continue reading Carpe Glitter by Cat Rambo

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The Clockwork Crown by Beth Cato

All the steampunk, gremlin, Lady Tree awesomeness of The Clockwork Dagger, but this time turned up to 11. Octavia Leander and Alonzo Garret are on the run, seemingly wanted by everyone, each side desiring to use Octavia’s growing powers to further their own agenda. They flee to Alonzo’s home country of Tamarania, a country rooted… Continue reading The Clockwork Crown by Beth Cato

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Crowman by David Rae

Stylistic, symbolic and absorbing, Crowman takes you to a dark fantasy world where the sun is held captive in a box. Utas, a textile trader, is fleeing from the city of the sun with his near comatose daughter, Alaba. The dark lord, Vatu, who holds the sun in a box and only lets it shine… Continue reading Crowman by David Rae