Throne of Glass Read Along

Discuss Chapters 1-28 for 2015 TBR Pile Challenge

The Winner's Curse by Marie Rutkoski (Review)

"unlike any book I've read before"

The Bodies We Wear by Jeyn Roberts (Review)

"as things normally go, it is in the darkest moments where we see some sort of light."

Accordance by Shelly Crane (Review)

"Accordance was a great second installment to one of my all-time favorite series!"

From Ashes by Molly McAdams (Review)

"The romance was amazing, I became so invested in the characters, and the story held me in its grasp from beginning to end."

The Queen of Zombie Hearts by Gena Showalter (Review)

"white-hot romance, amazing characters"

Of Monsters and Madness by Jessica Verday (Review)

"The world was spectacularly built ..."

Blood-Drenched Beard by Daniel Galera (Review)

"a bit too confusing and foreign for me to fully enjoy"

Review + #Giveaway: Polaroid Cube + Accessories

"a chance to win not only the Cube Cam itself, but 5 custom designed accessories that will make using the Cube 10000x more fun"

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Waiting On Wednesday (#38)


"Waiting On" is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.
Here's what I'm waiting on this Wednesday!




The Mirk and Midnight Hour by  Jane Nickerson

Expected publication: March 2014 by Random House 
Jane Nickerson's second novel, also set in the "Strands" world, is based on the Scottish 'Ballad of Tam Lin,' and is set in Mississippi during the Civil War. Violet Dancey, a 17-year-old whose father has left to fight in the Civil War, is forced to confront Thomas, a hurt Union solider near her home. She must decide how to approach the enemy--and how to deal with her growing attraction to him.

The Mirk and Midnight Hour is the second in Jane Nickerson's gorgeous, intriguing and deliciously creepy/sexy The Strands Of Bronze and Gold series :) I've recently read and reviewed the first one and guys, it was AH-MAZ-ING! :) Be sure to check out my review here

Personally, I am not familiar with the Scottish ballad on which the book is based, but I'm 100% sure I will enjoy this book just as much as I did Strands - Jane Nickerson is one extremely talented writer. Her prose is beautiful, evocative and seductive. I can't wait to read her second book! 

What are you waiting on?!

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