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Cover Reveal: Gilded Ruins By Chantal Gadoury

With the amazingness of Parliament Press House, I’m so excited to reveal the cover of a book that I’ve been waiting MONTHS for.. Chantal knows how excited and how patient I’m being for the 2nd book in her series about Hades and Persephone! Without further ado…*please insert drumroll here*

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My levels of excitement for this cover reveal are through the roof. It just means that we are getting closer to being able to hold the book in our hands. I first started this series when I was accepted to listen to Blinding Night on audio. I immediately fell in love with Darce and Summer the second they were introduced. If you are into a modern take on a Greek Mythology love story, give Blinding Nights a read or a listen. Below this, I will leave some links to both books. Don’t forget to add Gilded Ruins By Chantal Gadoury to your Goodreads lists.

Happy Reading xx

Blinding Night on Goodreads

Gilded Ruins on Goodreads

Blinding Night on Amazon

Gilded Ruins on Parliament House

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Cover Reveal: Disenchanted By: Brianna Sugalski

After my little bit of a hiatus and working on a previous blog, I’m glad to be back with you guys! Of course, I come bearing wonderful gifts of a cover reveal from an amazing  indie author. Thank you so much Parliament Press for giving me all these wonderful opportunities to work with Brianna Sugalski and many others. Below this picture I would like to share with all of you, a small blurb from her book. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. Please add it to your TBRs on Goodreads (link at the end of my post) if you enjoy it. Preorder your copies today because we all know how much preorders help out an author.

Disenchanted By Brianna Sugalski will be released on March 10th 2020!





Centuries ago, the flames of a terrible war engulfed the sprawling wildwood of Brittany, displacing hoards of monsters in its wake. These beasts fled to the remaining patches of forest, the largest known as Brocèliande—home to the elusive Fae, and within unsettling proximity to the mortal kingdom.


A Breton princess at the peak of the French Renaissance, Lilac lives prisoner in her parents’ castle after a wicked secret is revealed on the eve of her tenth birthday soirée. Years later, her coronation ceremony looms, and between the riotous townsfolk and scheming nobleman bent on snatching the throne, Lilac prepares for the worst… Until a mysterious letter arrives from The Witch of Lupine Grotto, detailing a curious offer to cure her darkness forever.

Lilac begrudgingly trades her coronet for a cloak and ventures into the forest Brocéliande in pursuit of the impious enchantress at the edge of town. With only the protection of an inherited dagger—and unsolicited help of the gregarious stranger who inserts himself on her quest—she must traverse Brocèliande and return in time to claim her rightful position as sovereign monarch.

This is the story of a cursed princess,
A crestfallen killer,
The town that wants them to burn,
And the witch that can save them both.

Happy Reading xx
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Win a SIGNED copy of No Vain Loss

If you are a fan of dystopian novels set in a new world, then M.C. Frank’s No Ordinary Star series is perfect for you!

If you are a fan of Star Wars style fighting, soldiers, hot romances, and a good Christmas feel in a world where Christmas doesn’t exist and kissing is forbidden. Then this is the book for you

Details are below on how you can get your hands on one of 5 copies of M.C Frank’s No Vain Loss!




A soldier is summoned to the North Pole, days before the year changes, told to fix the great Clock for a celebration. He has no idea what to do.
A girl, hunted for the crime of being born, almost dies out on the ice. She is rescued by the last polar bear left alive.
A library waits for them both, a library built over a span of a hundred years, forgotten in the basement of an ice shack.
The world hasn’t known hunger or sickness in hundreds of years. It has also forgotten love and beauty.
This is the One World.
The year is 2524.

Inspired by the short stories of Ray Bradbury, this futuristic young adult novel in three parts is set in a world where Christmas -among other things- is obsolete and a Clock is what keeps the fragile balance of peace.

Written in three parts, this is the breathtaking story of how two unlikely people change the world, and each other, one book at a time. 

In No Vain Loss, the world is on the brink of the greatest war humanity has ever known. Lives will be lost. New truths will be revealed.


Preorder the kindle for .99 here: and send M.C. Frank a screencap of your receipt/confirmation.

You will be automatically entered to win one of 5 signed paperback copies!


If you have any questions at all please feel free to leave a comment below!




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(Day Seven Blog Challenge) Write a Letter to a Character

One of the first books that I finished reading in the month of July was Afterworlds By Scott Westerfeld. I loved Darcy, she reminded me of a younger version of myself so, I wanted to write a letter to her. Short, sweet, and to the point. Just the way I would like it!


Dear Darcy,

You are about to endure the joys and downfalls of being a new YA author. Enjoy it and don’t stress too much about it. I may not know what it’s like to be an author but, I one day wish to be in your shoes. There was a time in my younger life when I dreamed of faeries, elves, and vampires. All in one world together.  Those were the days of my younger self. (I’m 25, it’s not like I’m super old or something haha). Living the life of a wannabe fantasy writer as a middle school student was what I was all about. Right now, I struggle to even find a new idea for a new book to work on, it feels as if my brain can’t focus on anything new. One day though, it will hit me like a ton of bricks…I just know it. Enjoy New York, enjoy the book tours, and never give up on your dreams.


I had so much fun doing this week long blog challenge, I’m hoping that it will help break me out of my shell but, also help to improve all of my writing skills that I know I’ve lost over the years. From here on out, it will be book reviews as I finish books. I’m going to try and find some new challenges to do. Maybe try my hands at some writing prompts too. Who knows…


Happy Reading, Emily

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(Day Six Blog Challenge) 25 Facts About Me

This may be one of the harder challenges because, i dont think about myself enough to put together fact lists about myself that aren’t boring as hell!

  1. I’m an Aquarius (February 11th)
  2. Not only am I a wife but, I’m a mother to one stinkin cute little girl.
  3. I’ve always wanted to be a published author.
  4. I’m a Mercy main (I play overwatch religiously)
  5. I love Marvel over DC 
  6. I have a huge keychain collection
  7. I have a make up addiction
  8. Unicorns are one of my favorite mythical creatures.
  9. I have one tattoo 
  10. I’ve been a part of a single subscription for 2 years now 
  11. World of Warcraft is my life.
  12. My all time favorite book is Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
  13. I used to play the viola 
  14. I play the pen and paper version of Dungeons and Dragons
  15. I love to bake.
  16. I ACTUALLY love my job
  17. I’m a Whovian 
  18. I cut 2 feet of my hair off!
  19. I love to do arts and crafts
  20. Pikachu is bae
  21. I own 5 different brands of colored pencils
  22. I know the blues clues planets song by heart still
  23. I’ve been married for almost 5 years.
  24. I’ve been drawing on and off for 10 years. 
  25. I hate needles.

    This was harder than I wanted it to be. You can tell because half of these facts are just so ridiculously weird and random.

    If you want, leave a couple facts about yourself. I’d love to get to know my readers more!

    Happy Reading, Emma

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    (Blog Challenge Day Five) Character Connection

    When I was thinking about this challenge, it wasn’t hard for me to choose a book. My head has been stuck in this book ever since the day I picked it up. I read it in a couple days. Not only were those the best 2 reading days in my life but, it set me for a world of hurt because how much I can relate to the main  character in this book. If you have anxiety issues, and have a hard time coping with them, I really recommend this book to you. It just opened my eyes up big time.



    So, the person I can relate and connect to a lot from this book is, of course Eliza herself. The way she goes through not only the everyday stress of being a high school student with anxiety, and depression. Then she has the feeling like she can never get along with her family. None of them understand one another. The feeling of maybe she will never be able to relate or get along with her younger twin brother with the fact that they are all sports savvy whilst, she is more of staying indoors. While she has her own little hidden persona, she never realizes one of her brothers also has his own hidden self.

    The way I relate to this everyday life of Eliza is with the fact, I keep myself hidden from others in my family. My sister and I share the same interests but, I don’t think we will ever get along the way we used to when I was younger. When it becomes a chore to get family to spend time with you then, I start to think about what I could have done wrong and why does my sister not want to hangout with me. It’s very heartbreaking to me.

    On the flipside, Eliza has her hidden persona where she creates this amazing graphic novel. No one knows the real her and she is one of the most popular internet sensations. When I go to work, I’m in my own different body. I’m a different person who is more confident and can speak up more. Instead of being around others outside of work friends, I get pulled into my shell. At work, I just put all my pain and anxiety behind me. Get my ass in gear and people look at me in a way I never thought they would.

    Don’t get me wrong, sometimes I will have my days at work when my jar will just explode and my depression, and anxiety take over. Honestly, that’s where friends come in handy. I’ve cried on a coworkers shoulder before because so could handle anything. In was a mess but she was there for me.

    My word of advice for Eliza would have been to try so much harder to open up with your siblings and try to talk to people so you don’t feel like you are just in a ball, by your lonesome. It should never be that way. I know it’s harder than it seems but, the only person stopping you from growing is yourself.

    Happy Reading, Emma