In today’s post, I geek out a little about Sarah J. Maas, but first…
Here we go with the stuff I know…
”The hands of the clock,
They tick and they tock.”
Today, Stacey Rourke released Pursuing Madness, the Alice themed third installment in her popular Unfortunate Souls Chronicles. The YA twisted fairy tales that tell the villians’ stories are a must read.
At the end of February, Quinn Loftis released the first in her new Nature Hunters series, called Bound by Earth. As you can imagine, Furball Nation (Loftis fans) is on cloud nine over the book’s not one, but two, hot-yet-infuriating book boyfriends.
I’m still celebrating over the announcement that author Suzy Turner, who took a writing hiatus to become an Instagram style influencer, is back at the keyboard. Her new Winterbourne Witches series will be available soon. In the meantime, new subscribers to her newsletter get Willow Tree Farm, a novella from the series for free.
Don’t forget that What Rachel Did by Kelly Martin and Girl Who Cried War by Heather Hildenbrand and Bam Shepherd both debuted this week. Support these indies!
What I’m excited about in print…
Also debuting this week was perhaps the most anticipated YA book of the year, House of Earth and Blood by Sarah J. Maas. The book is the first in what will be the Crescent City series, which promises suspense, mystery, and lots and lots of romance set in an original, magical world. A girl set on avenging the deaths of her friends by the hands of a demon. A fallen angel set on making those who have enslaved him pay.
This book has all the makings for an epic to rival ACOTAR. ACOTAR! Can you imagine?
Clear your calendar though. House clocks in at a whopping 816 pages for the hardcover and nearly 28 hours for the audiobook.
I’m super excited to delve in, so, I’m out for now. That’s all I know, tell me what you know in the comments.