Check out the unboxing of my Fall 2022 LitJoy Crate subscription! The theme was “Gods and Vikings.” Check out what it’s all about and happy reading! Continue reading Fall 2022 LitJoy Crate Unboxing
Check out the latest addition to my Etsy store, my Libra candle perfectly balances out floral and fruity. Continue reading Introducing: Libra Candle!
Check out the latest addition to my Etsy store, my Demeter candle captured the goddess warmth and chill. Continue reading Introducing: Demeter Inspired Candle!
Today on Spotify we’re discussing Entwined, a new take on Greek Mythology following the mortal descendants of the Greek Gods. Continue reading Entwined Review on Spotify
Entwined is an interesting new take on classic Greek mythology that has a worthwhile plot even if it lacks characterization. Continue reading Review of ‘Entwined’
Today on YouTube we’re discussing Entwined, a new take on Greek Mythology following the mortal descendants of the Greek Gods. Continue reading Watch “Entwined Review” on YouTube
Having trouble what book to add to your reading list? Well, check out what I’m reading here, a sneak peek of reviews to come and see if they tickle your fancy Continue reading Weekly Reading List #251
By Cynthia Ayala
Ancient Greece is long gone, their popularity dwindling, the Old Gods have scattered around the globe, their power fading. But, luckily for Aphrodite, the goddess of love and beauty, she remains a household name, even if no one believes in her. Everything became banal, until Loki walked through the door.
Published on August 20, 2014 by Smashwords, The Maenad in Manhattan by Liz Meldon is a fantasy novella about Aphrodite and her brief (and sexual) encounter with the Norse God Loki. Continue reading “A Disappointment to Mythology | Review of ‘The Maenad in Manhattan’ (Lovers and Liar, #1)”
Exciting and captivating book full of wonders that offer a grand adventure. Oh my god there were so many curve balls that were thrown in this book, I did not see any of that coming. I mean in the end, that was just a good twist. I loved this book so much. The way that Riordan interprets the gods and creates them is just so … Continue reading The Titan’s Curse (Percy Jackson & the Olympians: Book 3)
Great book. I absolutely loved it. It was a great and fun read, I mean I loved it. There was so much character growth. Percy developed a lot, he of course is still a kid, but the narration that goes into his character is so realistic. If I were in his position I would probably talk to myself in my head a lot to deal … Continue reading The Sea of Monsters (Percy Jackson & the Olympians: Book 2)