Summer Review Schedule

Hello everyone!

You might have noticed that I’ve been a little distracted of late. I got carried away with applying for advanced copies on Netgalley and consequently have ended up with a lot more books than I was expecting!

In order to better balance my schedule, I’ve had a bit of reshuffle. This is what you can expect to see reviewed on this blog over the next couple of months:

Lionboy: The Truth by Zizou Corder

Mechanica by Betsy Cornwell

The Dragon Holder by Wilson Feliz

Concentr8 by William Sutcliffe

Hello Mum by Bernadine Evaristo

Witch Hunter by Virginia Boecker

Chaos by C.M. Fenn

Vampire Diaries: The Fury and The Reunion by L.J. Smith

The Six by Mark Alpert

Southwind Knights 1-3: Southwind Knights, The Queen of Grass and Tree and Scion of the Wood by E. Priest

Gathering Deep by Lisa Maxwell

If You Find Me by Emily Murdock

Because of my enormous backlog, please note that I am still not in a position to accept any unsolicited reviews. I will let you know when submissions reopen but please, please be patient. It’s nothing personal if I don’t reply to your emails – I just have a lot of books to be reading!

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