A Curse of Ash and Embers Review on Spotify

Today on Spotify we’re discussing A Curse of Ash and Embers, a YA fantasy with too much going on and not enough characterization. Continue reading A Curse of Ash and Embers Review on Spotify

Book of the Month Poll – July 2016

By Cynthia Ayala

Hey there avid readers and book lovers, another month means another book of the month poll where you get to vote on what novel you believe should be the book of the month for July. If you want your favorite to win, remember to share and encourage others to vote. You can leave your vote in the comments section with just the title of the vote, likes on the comment will not count, but replies mentioning which novel you would like to win do. You can also head on over to Pollcaster by clicking the link here or on the picture below. Here are the selections for this month:
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Nia Dragin Books | On My Mind #1

By Nia Dragin; Cynthia Ayala

Hey there! So I know that I haven’t been “here” lately. My life has been very hectic lately but I am working hard on editing the third and final novel in the Eclipsing Trilogy. I’m working hard, the cover is done. Woo! I’m very excited about it, super excited actually because that means that I am just one step closer to launching the book and one step closer to starting up my publishing company and building it from the bottom up. I’m so excited about that! But what I want to create a stronger presence online to connect with you, my readers[…] Continue reading “Nia Dragin Books | On My Mind #1”

A Romantic Ghost Tale on Identity | Arise (Hereafter #2)

By Cynthia Ayala

Arise by Tara Hudson HarperCollins Publishers Image Credit: Goodreads
Arise by Tara Hudson
HarperCollins Publishers
Image Credit: Goodreads

Dark spirits are haunting Amelia and they threaten to hurt everyone she cares for. Her only chance: run away with the people she loves. But the demons hunting her have no boundaries and will chase her every which way to bring her to her knees and make her their slave because with her power, she could help them take the world of the living. Amelia has one chance, and it lies in the hands of stranger, a Voodoo priestess who has her own reasons for helping her. Can she be trusted or is Amelia destined to fall to the hands of evil? Continue reading “A Romantic Ghost Tale on Identity | Arise (Hereafter #2)”

Alive and Kicking | Review of ‘A Mad Zombie Party’ (White Rabbit Chronicles #4)

By Cynthia Ayala

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A Mad Zombie Party by Gena Showalter
Harlequin Teen
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Anima was destroyed, but the crumbling pieces have fallen back into place and the slayers worst enemy has returned. And Kat, who is now a witnessed is the one with the plan. However, the plan involves two pieces that aren’t exactly in the right space: the distraught and self-destructive Frosty who is still mourning Kat’s death and Camilla, the betrayer responsible for Kat’s death. Can these two put the past behind them to save the future, or are they forever doomed to relive the haunting past?

A Mad Zombie Party is the fourth and final book in Gena Showalter’s New York Times bestselling White Rabbit Chronicles published by Harlequin Teen that follows Frosty and Camilla instead of Alice through the Zombie world. Continue reading “Alive and Kicking | Review of ‘A Mad Zombie Party’ (White Rabbit Chronicles #4)”

Weekly Reading List #34

By Cynthia Ayala

Hey there readers! I hope that everyone is having a great week. I had a wonderful weekend mainly because my fiancé came to visit! Yay! He is so sweet, he even came to class with me and we went to see Deadpool, it was a wonderful weekend.

But that doesn’t really matter does it. You’re here for books! So here is my latest reading list to help you decide what you want to read next or even inspire you to start your own reading list…if you don’t already have one. As always, all synopsis’s are courtesy of Goodreads. Continue reading “Weekly Reading List #34”