Spell Starter by Elsie Chapman | Favorite Quotes

It’s my stop on the Spell Starter Book Tour! Thank you Caffiene Book Tours for allowing me to take part. For more details, check out the Tour Launch Post!

Spell Starter Book Information

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Spell Starter by Elsie Chapman
Publisher: Scholastic
Genre: Fantasy
Age Group: Young Adult
Publication Date: October 6, 2020

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The Sting meets Fight Club in this magical, action-packed sequel to Caster by Elsie Chapman.

Yes, Aza Wu now has magic back. But like all things in her life, it has come at a great cost. After the tournament, Aza is able to pay off her parents’ debt to Saint Willow. Unfortunately, the cost of the gathering spell she used to strip Finch of his magic has put her permanently in the employ of the gang leader. Aza does little errands using real magic — collecting debts, putting the squeeze on new businesses in the district. But that had never been the plan. Saint Willow is nothing if not ambitious and having Aza as a fighter is much more lucrative than as a fixer. Especially if she can control the outcome. Aza is going to have to put it all on the line again to get out of this situation!

Spell Starter Author Information

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Elsie Chapman grew up in Prince George, Canada. She has a degree in English literature from the University of British Columbia. Elsie is the author of the YA novels Dualed, Divided, Along the Indigo, and Caster as well as the middle-grade novel All the Ways Home. She is also the coeditor of A Thousand Beginnings and Endings and Hungry Hearts. Elsie currently lives in Tokyo, Japan, with her family.

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My Review

*I received a complimentary copy of Spell Starter from Caffiene Book Tours and the publisher, in exchange for an honest review.**

Spell Starter is Elsie Chapman’s sequel to Caster. While I didn’t read the first book, I immensely enjoyed this story! The first few chapters offers a glimpse of Aza’s backstory leading up to her current state. Thus, I was able to follow along her struggles and connections while reading. This magical adventure certainly took me for an exciting ride!

Furthermore, Spell Starter involves a fighter struggling to rectify the past. Aza is bound to her enemy, yet seeks a pathway to freedom. Her families’ livelihood and good name are both on the line. As a result, Aza is caught in a bind between servitude and redemption.

Favorite ‘Spell Starter’ Quotes

Indeed, there are several quotes that definitely stand out in Spell Starter! Here are a few:

‘The family legacy, hundreds of years old, rich with the blood and dedication of my ancestors…’

‘Some concepts can’t be shaken. They run deeper and longer than any gang rule.’

‘The image of the past fades. Leaving only the now’.

Everything here is only made possible by magic’.

‘A part of me wishes to tell her everything.’

Final Thoughts

In summary, Spell Starter is a thrilling book! If you love magical stories with strong female characters, this is the book for you!

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Autumn Theme Books | Book Blogger Hop

Autumn Books is this week’s Book Blogger Hop topic!

Book Blogger Hop is a weekly meme hosted by Ramblings of a Coffee Addicted Writer. Each week we answer a bookish related post. We also see other contributions from other bloggers. Click here for more information!

Do You Read Autumn Theme Books?

Absolutely! Being an educator gives me a chance to read Autumn stories when September rolls around! I’ll share three books I enjoy; 2 for children, 1 for adults:

Autumn Theme. Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf by Lois Ehlert. Link: https://i.gr-assets.com/images/S/compressed.photo.goodreads.com/books/1347650376l/908958.jpg

Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf by Lois Ehlert

Red Leaf, Yellow Leaf is a wonderful autumn children’s book! For example, it shares vivid fall foliage photos. It also describes Fall’s beauty!

Autumn Theme. Fletcher and the Falling Leaves by Julia Rawlinson. Link: https://i.gr-assets.com/images/S/compressed.photo.goodreads.com/books/1348090778l/164532.jpg

Fletcher and the Falling Leaves by Julia Rawlinson

Fletcher and the Falling Leaves describe one character’s reactions as Autumn arrives! He certainly shares a delightful experience!

Autumn Theme. The Tell Tale Heart and Other Writings by Edgar Allen Poe

The Tell-Tale Heart and Other Writings by Edgar Allen Poe

When Autumn approaches, I love creepy stories. The Tell-Tale Heart and Other Writings sets the mood for both creepy and somber stories!

Do you love books with Autumnal themes? Feel free to share down below!

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Connections: Blogtober Day 3

Connections and relaxation make Saturdays perfect! My idea of rest is lunch at a local diner, book shopping, and chatting with friends. Of course, socially distant diner time (outdoor eating until further notice)! After a quick meal, we visited the local Barnes & Noble. During my visit, I bought the next selection for the B2Weird Book Club. October’s choice is The Rage of Dragons by Evan Winter. I can’t wait to start reading it!

Poetic Connections

Additionally, I took care of some poetry therapy community building. I’ve been asked to coordinate a meeting with a possible new member in the organization I’m a part of. Our community shares deep connections with social service. For example, social workers, educators and therapists make up our group. Thus, anyone who wishes to join must go through a careful vetting process. We currently have members in the United States, Mexico, the UK, Ireland, Jamaica, and Japan. It’s wonderful to see our poetry therapy organization flourish around the world! Indeed, positive connections create a thriving network.


Earlier I spoke to good college friends over Messenger. It’s been a few weeks since our last virtual chat. It was wonderful to speak to them again! We spoke for over two hours! My friends had the band Record Heat playing in the background. We watched their livestream event on Thursday, and it was great! Connections with good friends are very important!

What connections did you make today? Feel free to share below!

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Blogtober Day 2: October TBR

It’s finally October…Blogtober Time!

There are three reasons why I love Blogtober:

  • Pumpkins
  • Longer nights

In addition to these festive reasons, October brings many spooky reads to the surface. Although I have many books to read, I have three creepy ones that I can’t wait to begin!

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A Discovery of Witches by Deborah Harkoness

A Discovery of Witches is my long awaited read! Witches, family lineage, and a love story? This is what Blogtober is all about. Certainly my kind of tale!

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These Witches Don’t Burn by Isabel Sterling

These Witches Don’t Burn involves a love story while battling dark magic. This story has LGBT characters dealing with the trappings of romance while fighting a mysterious evil in Salem. Indeed, a quality Blogtober read!

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No Exit by Taylor Adams

Set in a blizzard, our characters in No Exit take shelter in a rest stop. However, when a child is discovered trapped in a crate, anyone could be the prime suspect!

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Finally, what’s on your October TBR pile? Let’s hear what everyone’s reading!

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Looking for more Blogtober fun?

Here lies my 2019 October TBR post! Do I have the same reads listed? Come find out!

Rice & Rocks by Sandra L. Richards | Review & Recs

It’s my stop on the Rice & Rocks Book Tour! Thank you Hear Our Voices Book Tours for letting me take part. Click on the image below for more information!

Rice & Rocks Book Information

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Rice & Rocks by Sandra L. Richards
Illustrated by Megan Kayleigh Sullivan
Publisher: Wise Ink Creative Publishing
Length: 32 pages
Genre: Children’s Fiction
Release Date: August 23, 2016


Tradition takes flight in Rice & Rocks, a picture book celebrating culture and diversity.

Giovanni’s friends are coming over for Sunday dinner, and his grandmother is serving rice and beans. Giovanni is embarrassed! He does not like “rice and rocks” and worries his friends will think the traditional Jamaican dish is weird. But his favorite Auntie comes to the rescue. She and Giovanni’s pet parrot, Jasper, take him on a magical journey across the globe, visiting places where people eat rice and rocks. This exciting story celebrates the varied traditions of every culture while also highlighting the delicious similarities that bring us all together.

Rice & Rocks Author Information

Rice and Rocks Author, Sandra L. RIchards. Link: https://pbs.twimg.com/profile_images/832969915854422016/5U7CFYcr_400x400.jpg

Sandra L. Richards is the debut picture book author of Rice & Rocks. With Rice & Rocks, Sandra brings a unique contribution to the world of children’s books. An American-born daughter of Jamaican immigrant parents, she hopes the book will serve as an educational resource. Sandra writes for families seeking to teach their children the value of their heritage and the importance of cultural diversity. Learn more about Sandra at www.sandralrichards.com.

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About the Illustrator

Rice and Rocks Illustrator, Megan Kayleigh Sullivan. Link: https://sandralrichards.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/MegSully-285x300.jpg

Megan Kayleigh Sullivan graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 2012 with a degree in Illustration. She is currently working as a freelance illustrator and storyboard artist,and aspires towards a career in the film and animation industry as a concept artist, character designer, or visual development artist (or d., all of the above). She enjoys traveling, writing, telling stories, and hula-hooping.

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My Review

**I received a complimentary copy of Rice & Rocks from Hear Our Voices Book Tours. All thoughts and opinions are my own.**

Finally, a children’s book that speaks to my younger self! Rice & Rocks is a heartwarming story about culture and traditions. Giovanni gets help from his loving Auntie and Jasper ( a magical parrot) to embrace his beloved family dinner rituals.

Being Puerto Rican myself, reading this story was a breath of nostalgia! When I was younger, rice and beans ruled family dinners. Our meals paired with lively conversation. Although our days varied, Rice and Beans was a permanent dinner staple. How I cherished those blessed moments with loved ones!

Sandra L. Richards creates a diverse world in Rice & Rocks. Giovanni visits many countries that holds food traditions in high regard. Also, Megan Sullivan’s illustrations spring to life! Each country Giovanni visits are vibrantly depicted. It’s as if we are really visiting each country!

In summary, Rice & Rocks is indeed a story children will adore! It’s a tale filled with teachable moments. Children will no doubt embrace this lovely story!

Book Recs

Rice & Rocks speaks of culture and traditions. Therefore, I recommend the following books:

Dreamers by Yuyi Morales. Link: https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/51FnWscsPwL._SX414_BO1,204,203,200_.jpg

Dreamers: Written and Illustrated by Yuyi Morales

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Saturday: Written and Illustrated by Oge Mora

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Fry Bread by Kevin Noble Maillard

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Crackle and Fire by Russ Colchamiro | Book Tour

It’s my stop on the Crackle and Fire Book Tour! Blackthorn Book Tours is behind this amazing project! Click on the image below for more information.

Crackle and Fire Book Information

Crackle and Fire by Russ Colchimiro. An Angela Harkwicke Sci-Fi Mystery.

Crackle and Fire by Russ Colchimiro
Publisher: Independently Published
Release Date: September 1, 2020


Angela Hardwicke isn’t just any private eye.

She’s a PI from Eternity, the cosmic realm responsible for the design, creation, and maintenance of the Universe.

When accountant Gil Haberseau hires her to find an intern with stolen corporate files, Hardwicke soon finds herself embroiled in a deadly case of lies, intrigue, and murder. Additionally, Angela clashes with vengeful gangsters, MinderNot rallies, and a madman who’s come a long way to get what he wants.

In Russ Colchamiro’s thrilling Sci-Fi mystery Crackle and Fire, Angela Hardwicke learns an important lesson. When it comes to being an intergalactic private eye, there’s no telling what threats she may face on-realm and off… including the demons that lurk deep within her soul.

“Crackle and Fire elegantly combines PI noir with science fiction and fantasy.” — John L. French, author of The Magic of Simon Tombs

“Angela Hardwicke is one of the most memorable characters in detective fiction.” — Sawney Hatton, author of Everyone is a Moon

Crackle and Fire: Author Information

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Russ Colchamiro is the author of the rollicking space adventure, Crossline. He also pens the zany SF/F backpacking comedy series Finders Keepers: The Definitive Edition, Genius de Milo, and Astropalooza. He is also the editor of the SF anthology Love, Murder & Mayhem. All publications are with Crazy 8 Press.

Russ lives in New Jersey with his wife, two ninjas, and crazy dog Simon, who may in fact be an alien himself. Russ has also contributed to several other anthologies. His works include Tales of the Crimson Keep, Pangaea, Altered States of the Union, Camelot 13, TV Gods 2, They Keep Killing Glenn, Thrilling Adventure Yarns, Camelot 13, and Brave New Girls.

Currently, Russ is working on his first novel in a new series featuring his hardboiled private eye Angela Hardwicke, as well as the first of three collaborative novella projects.

My Review

**I received a complimentary copy of Crackle and Fire from Blackthorn Book Tours, in exchange for an honest review.**

Crackle and Fire was a very fulfilling story! This book covers both Sci-Fi & Crime, which makes an intriguing combination. I loved the unique world building, as it blends space adventure with classic mystery. While the setting doesn’t fit one genre niche, I love the creative risks taken to bring this story to life!

Further, Angela Hardwicke is an eccentric lead character! We truly learn about her fiery persona as she solves the mystery at hand. Angela is no-nonsense in her approach, and we love to see it! Additionally, the side characters that assist her in solving the mystery are enjoyable. These actions certainly sets the stage for future books in the series.

To sum up, Crackle and Fire is a very strong introduction to Angela Hardwicke’s adventures. It features both an exciting world and a strong main character. You’ll certainly want to check it out!

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The Silvered Serpents by Roshani Chokshi | Review

The Silvered Serpents is Roshani Chokshi’s highly anticipated sequel to ‘The Gilded Wolves’! Severin, Laila and friends venture to Russia for a coveted treasure. However, deep trauma and guilt lingers!

The Silvered Serpents: Book Information

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The Silvered Serpents by Roshani Chokshi
Publisher: Wednesday Books
Length: 416 pages
Genre: YA Fantasy
Series: Book 2 of ‘The Gilded Wolves’ trilogy
Release Date: September 22, 2020


They are each other’s fiercest love, greatest danger, and only hope.

Séverin and his crew successfully thwarted the Fallen House, but victory came at a terrible cost — one that still haunts all of them. Desperate to make amends, Séverin pursues a dangerous lead to find a long lost artifact rumored to grant its possessor the power of God.

Their hunt lures them far from Paris, and into the icy heart of Russia where crystalline ice animals stalk forgotten mansions, broken goddesses carry deadly secrets, and a string of unsolved murders makes the crew question whether an ancient myth is a myth after all.

As hidden secrets come to the light and the ghosts of the past catch up to them, the crew will discover new dimensions of themselves. But what they find out may lead them down paths they never imagined.

The Silvered Serpents: My Review

**I received an eARC of ‘The Silvered Serpents’ through NetGalley and Wednesday Books, in exchange for an honest review.**

‘The Silvered Serpents’ was such a great read. Roshani Chokshi’s follow up to The Gilded Wolves did not disappoint!

We continue months after the harrowing events that occurred in Book 1. Severin and his crew venture into Russia for an important mission. They seek an object said to call upon the power of the gods. Even though Severin, Laila and the crew band together, the wounds from losing a loved one is still fresh. Each character struggles to move on with life. Relationships are severely strained, thus making the task of working together very complicated. However, they face any struggle encountered in Russia seamlessly. Indeed, their talents create a beautiful puzzle in piecing together the objects’ mystery.

I live for Severin and Laila’s chemistry! Roshani Chokshi added more layers to their characters in The Silvered Serpents. Further, their backstories blended magic into their individual journeys. Despite the severe complications and struggles this friendship circle endures, they persevere when working together. Insecurities run rampant, yet their bond strengthens as the story progresses.

Also, that cliffhanger? Huge! You’ll certainly want to read until the end. Then have your emotions torn to pieces as a result!

Final Thoughts on ‘The Silvered Serpents

In conclusion, ‘The Silvered Serpents’ is an excellent follow up to ‘The Gilded Wolves’! My pre-ordered copy is coming in the mail. I’m also anxiously awaiting Book 3!

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First Lines Friday | September 18

First Lines Friday is a weekly bookish feature, hosted by Wandering Words. Picture this: instead of judging a book by its cover, author or prestige, we judged it by its opening lines? What a amazing concept! Click here to view Wandering Words’ original post.

This Week’s Friday Lines

Yadriel wasn’t technically trespassing because he’d lived in the cemetery his whole life. But breaking into the church was definitely crossing the moral-ambiguity line.

Any Guesses?

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Cemetery Boys by Aiden Thomas

Yadriel has summoned a ghost, and now he can’t get rid of him.

When his traditional Latinx family has problems accepting his gender, Yadriel becomes determined to prove himself a real brujo. With the help of his cousin and best friend Maritza, he performs the ritual himself, and then sets out to find the ghost of his murdered cousin and set it free.

However, the ghost he summons is actually Julian Diaz, the school’s resident bad boy, and Julian is not about to go quietly into death. He’s determined to find out what happened and tie up some loose ends before he leaves. Left with no choice, Yadriel agrees to help Julian, so that they can both get what they want. But the longer Yadriel spends with Julian, the less he wants to let him leave.

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Would you place Cemetery Boys in your TBR? I definitely enjoy this paranormal tale!

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My Cemetery Boys Reflection & Review

International Book Recs | Book Blogger Hop

International books capture snapshots of life from different world perspectives. They offer a more well rounded view of culture. While I enjoy reading books detailing current American events, I also appreciate stories set in other countries.

Book Blogger Hop is hosted by Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer. Each week, readers answer a different bookish prompt. It also helps you discover fellow contributors to check out and follow! You can view Coffee Addicted Writer’s post here.

This Week’s Question: International Books

Do you read books by authors from outside your country? Any book recommendations? (submitted by Kristin @ Lukten av Trykksverte)

Of course! I enjoy books from authors of all countries! In spite of the current intolerant climate, I seek out books written by international authors.

I enjoy books written by Haruki Murakami and Talia Hibbert. The Brown Sisters trilogy is an addictive rom-com series. I’m counting down the days to Act Your Age, Eve Brown!

Let’s Chat!

Finally, I would love to know about your International Book Recs! Which authors are your faves? Please share in the comments!

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The Skald’s Black Verse | Book Tour

I’m here to talk about The Skald’s Black Verse by Jordan Loyal Short, a fantasy tale with action! Thank you Storytellers on Tour for letting me take part. For more information, click on their tour link!

The Skald’s Black Verse Book Information

The Skald’s Black Verse by Jordan Loyal Short
Genre: Epic Gridmark Fantasy
Book 1 in The Dreadbound Ode Series
Age Group: Adult
Length: 330 pages
Re-released on August 6, 2020

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The Skald’s Black Verse Synopsis

When a soldier’s murder sparks rebellion in the tiny village of Skolja, Brohr’s past marks him as the prime suspect. Haunted by his brother’s ghost, and drawn into a web of dark pacts and tangled loyalties, Brohr must choose between the path of vengeance set before him, and a chance to forge his own fate.

From the shadows, an all but extinct race of alien demigods have begun the end game of their millennia-spanning war, and one has chosen Brohr for his closing gambit. But Brohr’s grandfather harbors a dark secret that will change everything.

Above it all, a dread portent looms in the sky, spelling the death of Brohr’s world. With doom spiraling toward them, Brohr must lead an unlikely rebellion, unearth disturbing family secrets, and tame the raging ghost that haunts him. Can Brohr lead his people out of darkness, or will he succumb to his own terrifying bloodlust, and destroy the very people he has sworn to save?

Author Information

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Jordan Loyal Short is a debut author of epic fantasy. His first novel, The Skald’s Black Verse, is a dark and beautiful story about families, cultures, and beliefs at war with themselves. The protagonist, Brohr, must navigate the tangled loyalties and unforgiving biases of a planet conquered by invaders from another world. Using black magic, and the bizarre bond he shares with his stillborn brother’s spirit, Brohr unravels the truth about himself and an eon spanning war that has reached its end game.
Jordan has worked in a variety of industries, as a waiter, bartender, copywriter and more. He lives in Washington state with his wife where he is currently daydreaming about the end of the world.

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My Review

**I received a copy of The Skald’s Black Verse from Storytellers on Tour, in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.**

Brohr’s journey in The Skald’s Black Verse is dark from the start. His world is painted in great stress and conquest, and he and his companions fight to free themselves. The village itself is wonderfully detailed. You can see that Jordan Loyal Short took great lengths to describe Brohr’s story. While the first chapter is a bit uncomfortable (Brohr’s birth is the product of conquest), it leads into the bleak situation he’s embroiled in.

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Highlights in ‘The Skald’s Black Verse’

  • Extremely detailed. The world is both rich and layered. You know that Brohr Anders and Lyssa fight in a battle that’s bigger than their circle.
  • Anti-hero. Brohr is indeed on a personal journey to redemption. Despite his questionable past, Brohr and his companions fight to make things right for their world.
  • Complex characters. Indeed, Anders and Brohr’s story originate from not-so-honorable causes. The Skald’s Black Verse follows Brohr’s quest to prove himself. He is plagued by a ghost that uses his vessel for rage. However, Brohr learns to (eventually) trust his instincts. While Lyssa’s development is not strong, she provides a good dynamic in this quest.

Content Warnings: The opening chapter is indeed tough to read. During Brohr’s birthing scene, you’re clued in that he’s the product of conquest/rape.

Final Thoughts

In conclusion, I thought The Skald’s Black Verse is very thorough and complex. Additionally, it shares Brohr’s journey as a man embattled with rage while doing right for his people. I recommend this story for those who enjoy epic fantasy while learning about a character overcoming obstacles!

The Skald’s Black Verse Tour Schedule

Below is the tour schedule for The Skald’s Black Verse, featuring all of the fabulous contributors!

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