Friday, November 30, 2018

Blog Tour: The Other Miss Bridgerton by Julia Quinn

Happy Friday, fellow book lovers! I'm excited to participate in the blog tour for The Other Miss Bridgerton, a prequel in the bestselling Bridgertons series. If you like historical romance, you must check out this series!

About the Book:

The Other Miss Bridgerton by Julia Quinn
Book Three of the Rokesbys series
Publisher: Avon Books
Publication Date: November 20, 2018

Official Summary:

She was in the wrong place…

Fiercely independent and adventurous, Poppy Bridgerton will only wed a suitor whose keen intellect and interests match her own. Sadly, none of the fools from her London season qualify. While visiting a friend on the Dorset coast, Poppy is pleasantly surprised to discover a smugglers’ hideaway tucked inside a cave. But her delight turns to dismay when two pirates kidnap her and take her aboard a ship, leaving her bound and gagged on the captain’s bed…

He found her at the wrong time...

Known to society as a rascal and reckless privateer, Captain Andrew James Rokesby actually transports essential goods and documents for the British government. Setting sail on a time-sensitive voyage to Portugal, he’s stunned to find a woman waiting for him in his cabin. Surely, his imagination is getting the better of him. But no, she is very real—and his duty to the Crown means he's stuck with her. 

Can two wrongs make the most perfect right?

 When Andrew learns that she is a Bridgerton, he knows he will likely have to wed her to avert a scandal—though Poppy has no idea that he is the son of an earl and neighbor to her aristocratic cousins in Kent. On the high seas, their war of words soon gives way to an intoxicating passion. But when Andrew’s secret is revealed, will his declaration of love be enough to capture her heart…?

About the Author:

JULIA QUINN started writing her first book one month after finishing college and has been tapping away at her keyboard ever since. The New York Times bestselling author of more than two dozen novels for Avon Books, she is a graduate of Harvard and Radcliffe Colleges and is one of only sixteen authors ever to be inducted in the Romance Writers of America Hall of Fame. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her family.

The Excerpt:

He motioned with his arm, urging her a few more steps forward. “Careful,” he murmured. 

Poppy looked to her toes. The deck came to an abrupt halt in front of her, its elevation dropping by several feet. 

The captain hopped down. “The beakhead, my lady,” he said with a gallant wave to the triangular deck that formed the pointy front of the Infinity. He reached up and placed his hands on her hips to help her down. 

But when she was steady, he didn’t let go. 

“This is as far forward as one can stand on deck,” he told her. 

She pointed to a spot a few feet ahead. “What about—” 

“As one can stand safely on deck,” he amended. He adjusted their position so that he was standing behind her. “Now close your eyes.”

“But then I can’t see the stars.” 

“You can open them later.”

 She tilted her head to the left, right, and back again, as if to say, Oh, very well, but she closed her eyes. 

“Now tilt your head up. Not all the way, just a bit.” 

She did, and maybe it was that motion, or maybe it was just because she’d closed her eyes, but she felt instantly off-balance, as if something far greater than the ocean had stolen her equilibrium.

 The captain’s hands tightened on her hips. “What do you feel?” he asked, his lips coming close to her ear. 

“The wind.” 

“What else?” She swallowed. Licked her lips. 

“The salt in the air.” 

“What else?” 

“The motion, the speed.” 

He moved his mouth closer. “What else?” 

And then she said the one thing that had been true from the beginning. 


Thursday, November 29, 2018

Swoon Thursday (#305): Dragonshadow by Elle Katharine White

- From the book you’re currently reading, or one you just finished, tell us what made you SWOON. What got your heart pounding, your skin tingling, and your stomach fluttering

- Try to make the swoon excerpt 140 characters (or less), if you are going to tweet about it. Use the hashtag #YABOUND when tweeting

This week, my swoon is from Dragonshadow by Elle Katharine White!

He laughed. "I'll remember that." He kissed my forehead again, then my lips. It was a long kiss, sweet and lingering. "We should go," he said after a minute. "They'll be waiting for us."

"Aye, we should," I said, but he didn't move. I leaned against his chest, enjoying the sound of his heartbeat, the warmth of his arms, and the simple job of being love.

- eARC, 67%

This scene is so special. It's not the most demonstrative of kisses, but it's so sweet with all of the context. You'll have to read the book to see what I mean!

Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Waiting on Wednesday (#309): The Beckoning Shadow by Katharyn Blair

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

This week, I'm featuring:

The Beckoning Shadow

The Beckoning Shadow by Katharyn Blair
Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books
Publication Date: July 2, 2019

Summary (from Goodreads):

The Magicians meets Fight Club in this heart-stopping contemporary fantasy stand-alone about a teen girl with special powers who seeks redemption through a dangerous tournament that guarantees the winner a chance to undo the past. Perfect for fans of Cassandra Clare and The Young Elites, and written by debut author Katharyn Blair.

Vesper Montgomery can summon your worst fear and turn it into a reality—but she’s learned the hard way that it’s an addicting and dangerous power. One wrong move and you could hurt someone you love.

But when she earns a spot in the Tournament of the Unraveling, where competitors battle it out for a chance to rewrite the past, Vesper finally has a shot to reverse the mistakes that have changed her forever. She turns to Sam Hardy, a former MMA fighter who’s also carrying a tragedy he desperately wants to undo. However, helping heal Sam’s heart will mean breaking her own, and the competition forces her to master her powers—powers she has been terrified of since they destroyed her life.

I'm not familiar with The Magicians or Fight Club, but I liked The Young Elites, and that's good enough for me! 

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Top Ten Tuesday (32)

Happy Tuesday! Today I've decided to participate in Top Ten Tuesday, formerly hosted by Jamie at The Broke and the Bookish, now hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl.

Today's topic is:

Platonic Relationships In Books

Y'all, I'm going to drop the ball on this one a little... the only platonic male-female friendship that I can think of, in YA lit, is Roar and Aria in the Under the Never Sky series. SUCH a lovely male-female friendship. No love triangle.

I would looooooove recommendations of YA books with platonic male-female friendships!

Monday, November 26, 2018

Monday Muse (12)

Hey fam! Happy Monday! Or something - are Mondays ever really happy? Let's change that! Today I'm sharing another Monday Muse post, which features my hobbies other than reading.

It has been a while since I posted one of these! I made some progress in my 17-18 Johanna Basford planner. This castle is so gorgeous!

I moved on to another garden-y one. This one took soooo long to finish. It has been slow-going, on the metro!

And now I'm starting a holiday one!

Speaking of holidays, I AM SO EXCITED FOR HOLIDAYS! November/December is my favorite time of year. I've been jamming to Christmas music since Thanksgiving ended.

I'm participating in #TBTBSanta for a fifth year! If you don't know what that is, see THIS post. It's an awesome Secret Santa book exchange. I'm just about finished with the package I'm sending to my recipient! Just need some more candy, methinks. =)

In bookish news, I recently discovered The Candle and the Flame by Nafiza Azad and I can't wait for it to publish! It sounds and looks amazing!

I also saw this fantastic preorder incentive on Twitter. I love the His Fair Assassins series, and I can't wait to read Courting Darkness. So it's such a bonus that the publisher is offering quite the preorder incentive! The first 300 preorders receive everything in the photo. Don't miss out! Click on the photo for more details.

And finally, here are some of my giveaways that are ending soon!

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Sunday, November 25, 2018

Blog Tour and Giveaway: Dragonshadow by Elle Katharine White

Welcome to the blog tour for Dragonshadow by Elle Katharine White! This is the sequel to Heartstone, one of my favorite books. More on this sequel below!

About the Book:

Dragonshadow by Elle Katharine White
Book Two of the Heartstone series
Publisher: Harper Voyager
Publication Date: November 20, 2018

Official Summary:

The author of Heartstone once again infuses elements of Jane Austen’s beloved novel with her own brand of magic in this addictive fantasy that brings back sparring lovers Aliza and Alastair: fierce warriors who match wits, charm, and swords as they fight an epic war to save their world.

The Battle of North Fields is over—or so Aliza Bentaine, now a Daired, fervently wants to believe. But rumors are spreading of an unseen monster ravaging the isolated Castle Selwyn on the northern border of the kingdom. When she and Alastair are summoned from their honeymoon by the mysterious Lord Selwyn, they must travel with their dragon Akarra through the Tekari-infested Old Wilds of Arle to answer his call.

And they are not alone on this treacherous journey. Shadowing the dragonriders is an ancient evil, a harbinger of a dark danger of which the Worm was only a foretaste. And soon Aliza realizes the terrible truth: the real war is only beginning.

About the Author:

A textbook introvert who likes to throw out the textbook every once in a while just to see what happens, ELLE KATHARINE WHITE grew up in Buffalo, NY, where she learned valuable life skills like how to shovel a driveway in under twenty minutes and how to cheer for the perennial underdog. She now lives in Pennsylvania, where she drinks entirely too much tea and dreams of traveling the world.

The Excerpt:

I woke to an animal growl in the predawn dark.

Dreams lingered along the edge of perception, shapeless, terrible dreams of monsters and gaping earth and a pyre that would not go out. Blankets that had once comforted me turned suffocating; I clawed them aside and sat up, clutching handfuls of coverlet like an anchor against the horrors in my head.

Breathe, I told myself. It isn’t real. Slowly, breath by breath, my heartbeat steadied and the tightness in my chest eased. You’re safe. He’s safe. We’re all safe. The words tumbled together in my mind in what had become my waking prayer. The Battle of North Fields was won, the War of the Worm was over, and we had nothing to be afraid of.

The growling resumed just beyond the curtains surrounding our bed.

Or . . . maybe we do. I reached for my husband’s side of the mattress, expecting the reassuring touch of warm skin and sleep-tousled hair. Smooth sheets, cool and unoccupied, met my fingers. I squinted in the dark. “Alastair?”

No answer. He was gone, and I was alone with the creature.

The drapes around the bed parted and I snatched up a pillow, holding it in front of me like a shield as something black and snarling leapt onto the bed, all furred fury and glowing yellow eyes.

I yelped as four stone of angry stoorcat landed on my chest. “Ow! PAN! Get off!”

Pan the stoorcat retracted his claws and glared at me. Stoorcats weren’t Shani, those ancient creatures of Arle who counted humans as allies, nor were they Tekari, our sworn enemies. Nor, as far as I could tell, were they Idar, those creatures indifferent to humans. Stoorcats were simply very large, very intelligent, and very vindictive house pets. Pan made a sound in his throat, half whine, half snarl, and pawed at the blankets.

“Can’t you find someone else to torture? ” I said. He meowed, and I shoved him toward my husband’s side of the bed. “He’s up. Go bother him.”

His ears flicked toward the opposite side of the room. Muscles tensed beneath that glossy fur, black as a rat’s nightmare, as he made himself comfortable on my chest.

“You—are— impossible!” I grunted, trying to dislodge him. It would’ve been easier to move the Dragonsmoor Mountains. He returned to glaring and I slumped back on my elbows. “You know, if it were up to me and Julienna, you’d be on the first boat back to the Garhad Islands,” I told him sternly.

He looked smug.

“Yes, well, you’re lucky Alastair likes—”

At the name Alastair, Pan yowled.

I sat up. Nightmare shadows crept back into the room. “Is he all right? ”

Pan stopped howling. Slowly, solemnly, he put his head to one side and meowed.
I rolled out from underneath him, leapt out of bed, and threw on the first dressing gown I saw, playing out every explanation for the stoorcat’s behavior in my mind’s eye. Each grew more far-fetched than the last. Pan might hate me, but his affection for Alastair was unquestionable. Whatever had driven him to me must’ve been something terrible indeed: the Greater Lindworm’s army risen again, House Pendragon under siege, Tekari at the gates . . .

I shook my head. If I valued my sanity, I couldn’t let myself think like that, and in any case, Alastair’s leather armor still hung in its place on the wooden manikin next to the wardrobe. He and his younger sister, Julienna, usually rose early for their morning exercises, but she had been away in Edonarle for the last few weeks. Whatever called him away wouldn’t be too dangerous, surely? The thought withered in my brain almost as soon as it flowered. My husband had once put the solitary tracking and slaying of mountain gryphons down as “casual exercise.” Please, please, don’t be hunting gryphons, Alastair, I thought as Pan bounded toward the opposite end of the room. Not on our honeymoon.

Our bedchambers opened out onto a shuttered balcony with stairs leading down to the Sparring courtyard below. It was brighter outside where the first streaks of true daylight fell in silvery patches across the stone. Old fears crowded into my mind, staining memory with images of Alastair as he lay dying in the lodge at North Fields, his face bloodless, the whites of his eyes veined with black from the poison of the Greater Lindworm. Pan meowed again.

I looked down—and breathed out a white-cloud sigh of relief. Alastair sat on the ground in the center of the courtyard, shirtless and unmoving but otherwise unharmed. I followed Pan down the stairs, feeling foolish for my panic and wishing all sorts of ills on my guide. Alastair was fine, House Pendragon still stood, and the stupid stoorcat had robbed me of three hours of sleep.

At the bottom of the stairs I paused, much to Pan’s displeasure, which I ignored. Marriage had brought me many titles: Lady Daired, mistress of House Pendragon, and wife to the foremost Rider in the kingdom, but I was an artist first and forever, and Alastair Daired was worth a moment of silent admiration. He sat cross-legged on the pavement, head raised a little toward the mountain peaks beyond the high walls of the house. A breeze moved the Rider’s plait that hung over his shoulder, night-black against warm-brown. Shadows fell along his back where scars both new and old textured his skin, white lines and red burns and one yellowish crescent curving just under his shoulder blade. Memories of battles won and lost, they told the stories of years, each scar tied to an adventure and at least one dead Tekari. I’d already memorized the patterns. More than once since our marriage I’d woken in the middle of the night with a pounding heart and a scream in my throat, fighting off imaginary lamias as I waded through the ruins of Merybourne Manor, ankle-deep in blood. Almost two months now and the nightmares still plagued me, and though adjusting to the waking world had gotten easier I still found myself turning to Alastair on those nights. Odd as it was, his scars comforted me. I’d trace the patterns and contemplate the man sleeping next to me—warrior, dragonrider, hero of Arle—and marvel at the fact that, not only had he survived, but he was mine.

The Giveaway:

Win Heartstone and Dragonshadow! Click HERE to enter!

GIVEAWAY TERMS & CONDITIONS:  Open to internationally. One winner will receive a paperback bundle of Heartstone and Dragonshadow by Elle Katharine White. This giveaway is administered by Pure Textuality PR on behalf of Harper Voyager.  Giveaway ends 11/30/2018 @ 11:59pm EST. Limit one entry per reader. Duplicates will be deleted.  

Saturday, November 24, 2018

Stacking the Shelves (#309)

Stacking the Shelves is a weekly meme hosted by Tynga's Reviews, in which bloggers share the books and swag they've received in the past week!

So, what did I get in the week of Sunday, November 18th to Saturday, November 24th?

(all links to Goodreads are provided!)

In the mail:

Nothing! Ba humbug! I blame the short week due to the Thanksgiving holiday though.

From NetGalley:


From Edelweiss:


From Amazon:

So I did indulge in some Black Friday shopping, both book-related and non-book-related! Thanks to Amazon's coupon...

... and amazing YA sale, I got a few more books. Including a shiny hardcover copy of Archenemies, which is only $9.99 at the moment!

Archenemies (Renegades, #2)

**In other Black Friday sales** -- you should check out Barnes & Noble's Black Friday Signed Editions sale! Tons of signed YA books are available - like Legendary by Stephanie Garber, Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi, Wildcard by Marie Lu, and many more. In-store only, I believe, and while quantities last!

Black Friday Weekend SIGNED EDITIONS From Renowned Authors. Starting Saturday, November 24th select Signed Editions will be available for Buy Online Pick up in Store. Limited Quantities While Supplies last!

Check out my giveaways:

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Bit of a boring STS post this week since I didn't actually get any books. But it was Thanksgiving on Thursday, so I got Thursday and Friday off from work. It has been so relaxing and much needed! I did an incredible amount of shopping and I regret nothing! Happy holidays!

Friday, November 23, 2018

Happy Thanksgiving!

Hello fellow bibliovores! I'm wishing everyone a happy belated Thanksgiving - for those celebrating! I had a wonderful day yesterday with my family, and I'm going to enjoy the day off today as well. The online deals are on my mind!

So I'll be taking today off (so to speak) in terms of blogging, but I want to share a few things with you!

First, my gratitude giveaway is still open! As a thank-you to all of my lovely readers and supporters, I am giving away a prize pack of recently published YA books. Super easy entries. Good luck!

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I've also got my November new release giveaway going strong!

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You can enter to win a copy of The Reckoning of Noah Shaw!

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Not giveaway-related, but right now on Amazon, if you buy $20 worth of print books, you can get $5 off! Enter the promo code "NOVBOOK18" when you're making the purchase. I believe it's good until 10/25, so you have a few more days! is also having a huge Black Friday sale! 30% off already discounted merchandise. Tons of books to buy! Might I recommend Sky in the Deep?

Happy shopping!

Thursday, November 22, 2018

Swoon Thursday (#304): The Storyteller by Traci Chee

- From the book you’re currently reading, or one you just finished, tell us what made you SWOON. What got your heart pounding, your skin tingling, and your stomach fluttering

- Try to make the swoon excerpt 140 characters (or less), if you are going to tweet about it. Use the hashtag #YABOUND when tweeting

This week, my swoon is from The Storyteller by Traci Chee!

For a second, Sefia's whole world was light and soft and warm. 

"Sefia," he whispered, tucking her hair behind her ear.

She bent closer, drawn to him as a hummingbird is drawn to a flower, her mouth gently landing on his. 

He leaned into her kiss, responding to her lips and wandering hands as if her very touch was magic, making him moan nad arch and yearn for more.

He laced his fingers in her hair, like he needed to be closer to her, like he couldn't get enough of her... [...]

- ARC, page 6

I cut off the ending of the sentence to avoid a little bit of spoiler. From page 6, the swoons began! I love that.

Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Waiting on Wednesday (#308): The Candle and the Flame by Nafiza Azad

"Waiting On" Wednesday is a weekly event, hosted by Jill at Breaking the Spine, that spotlights upcoming releases that we're eagerly anticipating.

This week, I'm featuring:

The Candle and the Flame

The Candle and the Flame by Nafiza Azad
Publisher: Scholastic
Publication Date: May 14, 2019

Summary (from Goodreads):

Fatima lives in the city of Noor, a thriving stop along the Silk Road. There the music of myriad languages fills the air, and people of all faiths weave their lives together. However, the city bears scars of its recent past, when the chaotic tribe of Shayateen djinn slaughtered its entire population -- except for Fatima and two other humans. Now ruled by a new maharajah, Noor is protected from the Shayateen by the Ifrit, djinn of order and reason, and by their commander, Zulfikar. 

But when one of the most potent of the Ifrit dies, Fatima is changed in ways she cannot fathom, ways that scare even those who love her. Oud in hand, Fatima is drawn into the intrigues of the maharajah and his sister, the affairs of Zulfikar and the djinn, and the dangers of a magical battlefield. 

Nafiza Azad weaves an immersive tale of magic and the importance of names; fiercely independent women; and, perhaps most importantly, the work for harmony within a city of a thousand cultures and cadences. 

I saw this on Goodreads and was immediately taken aback because I'd never seen or heard of this book! It has a lovely cover and sounds fantastic. I'm in!

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Top Ten Tuesday (31)

Happy Tuesday! Today I've decided to participate in Top Ten Tuesday, formerly hosted by Jamie at The Broke and the Bookish, now hosted by Jana at That Artsy Reader Girl.

Today's topic is:

Thanksgiving/Thankful Freebie

Today I'd like to give my top ten reasons why I'm thankful for the bookish community, and books in general. 

10. I love the sense of community that the online bookish community has. It's not always perfect, and sometimes you can feel isolated, but I love the community.

9. I love the easy access to so many great reading-related resources. For example, are you looking for books with a certain kind of representation in YA lit? There's probably a list for that. 

8. I love learning about upcoming publications. I would not know of nearly as many YA and adult romance novels without the bookish community!

7. I feel more in touch with authors. If I wasn't a part of the online bookish community, I probably wouldn't follow authors online. Simple as that!

6. I've been able to work with publishers and other bookish professionals. This has been a really rewarding part of my blogging hobby. I've been able to work with professionals and that's exciting to me, even if I'm not working in the industry.

5. I've been able to participate in promo/street teams for authors, which are always fun. I wish I had more time to do these things nowadays, but I loved doing them in the past. Some of the tasks were creative and fun!

4. I've attended more author events than before I was blogging. I never knew of many author events before I started blogging. And now I've been to so many different tours and events!

3. I've explored different bookshops because of tours and events, which is something I might not have done otherwise!

2. I've met so many amazing bloggers and readers, either in person or online. I love my bookish friends!

1. I've discovered so many new favorite books, thanks to the bookish community. Both backlist and pre-pub!

Thank you, readers! Thank you for making blogging so worth it.

Sunday, November 18, 2018

Blog Tour and Giveaway: The Storyteller by Traci Chee

Hello all! I'm excited to be participating in the blog tour for The Storyteller! This is the third and final book of the Sea of Ink and Gold series. I'm sharing my favorite things about the series below!

About The Storyteller:

The Storyteller by Traci Chee
Book Three of the Sea of Ink and Gold series
Publisher: Penguin Young Readers Group
Publication Date: November 13, 2018

Official Summary:

Sefia is determined to keep Archer out of the Guard's clutches and their plans for war between the Five Kingdoms. The Book, the ancient, infinite codex of the past, present and future, tells of a prophecy that will plunge Kelanna in that bloody war, but it requires a boy--Archer--and Sefia will stop at nothing to ensure his safety. The Guard has already stolen her mother, her father, and her Aunt Nin. Sefia would sooner die than let them take anymore from her--especially the boy she loves.

But escaping the Guard and the Book's prophecy is no easy task. After all, what is written always comes to pass. As Sefia and Archer watch Kelanna start to crumble to the Guard's will, they will have to choose between their love and joining a war that just might tear them apart. Full of magic, suspense, and mystery, Traci Chee brings her Sea of Ink and Gold trilogy to a close in this spellbinding final installment.

Check out the series:

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About the Author:

Traci Chee is an all-around word geek, she loves book arts and art books, poetry and paper crafts. She studied literature and creative writing at the University of California, Santa Cruz, and earned a master of arts degree from San Francisco State University. Traci grew up in a small town with more cows than people, and now feels most at home in the mountains, scaling switchbacks and happening upon hidden highland lakes. She lives in California with her fast-fast dog. The Speaker is the second book in the Sea of Ink and Gold trilogy that began with The Reader.

Favorite Things About the Series:

Originally I was planning to share some of my favorite quotes, but there are so many! So I'm going to share some of my favorite general aspects of the series. 

1. The covers. I couldn't not say something about the covers! I love how beautiful they are. And I love the diverse representation. Penguin has been slaying recently!

2. Hidden messages. I loooooooove books that contain hidden messages. Now, I'm usually pretty good with hidden messages, but not always! Last year, Traci played a little Easter Egg game on Twitter, in which followers would tweet page numbers and she would tell them if they were close to an Easter Egg ("hot") or not. This opened my eyes to several Easter Eggs that I didn't catch! This series is totally worth reading, for the hidden messages and Easter Eggs alone!

3. The added form of the books. This is neat - there are blood splatters and lines blotted-out and things like that. Kind of like what you'd see in Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff, but not quite metafiction. I mentioned that this series has great hidden messages, but I also like how there is art/form to the books too, like the ink/blood splatters and blotted-out lines.

4. The interconnecting timelines. I'm actually usually not a fan of multiple timelines being presented in a story. It gets confusing really quickly, and/or boring if you're not interested in one of the timelines. But I LOVED how Traci wrote this, particularly in book one. It was some masterful storytelling. 

5. It's a series of books, about books!love books about books. Like Rachel Caine's The Great Library series. And Fahrenheit 451. And Traci Chee's Sea of Ink and Gold series (this one!). Traci has talked about how this series is a love letter to books. Read her thoughts HERE!

The Giveaway:

Enter the information into the form below with the chance to win 1 of the 3 Signed Hardcovers of The Storyteller with a Surprising Swag Pack. This Storyteller Sweepstakes will run from 10/22/2018 through 11/23/2018 and 3 USA winners will be chosen at random. 

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Enter between October 22, 2018 and November 22, 2018. Open to US residents, 18 and older. Void where prohibited or restricted by law.