March Newsletter

Mar 01, 2023 5:01 pm

Hi there!

The month of February has come and gone, and now we're on my birthday month 🥳

Last month, I have started working on the rewrite for Four Threads of Fate. I'm on chapter 6 out of 45, but things will be going quicker soon. So I will still try to set the new release date at the end of May.

Four Threads of Fate will have an improved cover, new art inside the book and an improved storyline.

The special edition I had released will be revised as well with a new cover, more art inside and maybe an extra chapter if I can make it.

I'll be sharing pictures and maybe even sneak peeks soon!

My new hobby crochet has taken a bit of a backseat during these rewrites, but I still try to work on it every now and then because it's relaxing and the small animals I can create are too cute.

Besides that, I have finally gotten some reading done 😊


The books I read this month


The Likeness of Night ~ A.J. Burnes


This is a new series by this author and I really liked it. It wasn't as great as her other series under her penname Clara Coulson, but this was a nice new twist to her usual writing.

This first book in the series follows PI Jonah Lane as a murder and a string of disappearances catches his attention. After a deal with Death in his younger years, he is now a reaper and uses the strengths he gained from that to deal to solve any mystery that comes his way.

I have to be honest, I will read anything this woman writes and this series honestly did not disappoint.

So I immediately dove into the second book!


The Shape of Terror ~ A.J. Burnes


This second book was a little less exciting than the first, but it still earned its four stars.

Most of Clara Coulson/A.J. Burnes' main characters are male and are almost always snarky/sassy which I love.

His female friend is great and definitely a perfect partner to keep him sane and safe.

The book ended on another cliffhanger, so now I get to wait for more amazing books from this writer's hands.


The Stolen Heir ~ Holly Black


A nice sequel to the Cruel Prince Trilogy. It had good and slow moments, but it did keep my attention.

Oak and Wren were a nice pair, constantly dodging and attracting each other. The other side characters were alright, but were a bit flat at times.

I did miss Jude and Cardan. I had hoped to see at least something of them, but they were only mentioned a few times.

The book ended on an illegal cliffhanger, though... so I'll be waiting impatiently for the next one.

Now for the books I am planning on reading this month.


Kingdom of the Cursed ~ Kerri Maniscalco

One sister.

Two sinful princes.

Infinite deception with a side of revenge . . . Welcome to Hell.

After selling her soul to become Queen of the Wicked, Emilia travels to the Seven Circles with the enigmatic Prince of Wrath, where she's introduced to a seductive world of vice.

She vows to do whatever it takes to avenge her beloved sister, Vittoria . . . even if that means accepting the hand of the Prince of Pride, the king of demons.

The first rule in the court of the Wicked? Trust no one. With back-stabbing princes, luxurious palaces, mysterious party invitations, and conflicting clues about who really killed her twin, Emilia finds herself more alone than ever before. Can she even trust Wrath, her one-time ally in the mortal world . . or is he keeping dangerous secrets about his true nature?

Emilia will be tested in every way as she seeks a series of magical objects that will unlock the clues of her past and the answers she craves . . .


Kingdom of the Feared ~ Kerri Maniscalco

Two curses.

One prophecy.

A reckoning all have feared.

And a love more powerful than fate. All hail the king and queen of Hell.

Emilia is reeling from a shocking discovery about her sister, Vittoria. But before she faces the demons of her past, Emilia yearns to claim her king, the seductive Prince of Wrath, in the flesh. She doesn't just desire his body; she wants his heart and soul--but that's something the enigmatic demon can't promise her.

When a high-ranking member of House Greed is assassinated, damning evidence somehow points to Vittoria as the murderer. Now, Emilia will do anything to get to the bottom of these accusations against the sister she thought she knew.

Together, Emilia and Wrath play a sin-fueled game of deception to solve the murder and stop the unrest that's brewing between witches, demons, shape-shifters, and the most treacherous foes of all: the Feared. Emilia was warned that when it came to the Wicked, nothing was as it seemed. But have the true villains been much closer all along?

And maybe one more if I have the time 😁


That was the end of this month's newsletter!

I'll be back next month with the reviews for my next books, and the progress on my own writing and publishing 🤗

Have a happy month!