With the chaos of work lately, I’ve missed a lot of amazing prompts for the Bookending Spring 2019 event. One of them being this amazing book tag! Since its the weekend I’m hoping to catch up on blog posts starting with this prompt!
Today’s Bookending Spring 2019 prompt comes from Theresa @ the Calico Books!
- Answer the prompts.
- Tag some friends.
- Link back to this post, and be sure to mention the creator (Theresa @ The Calico Books)
- Have fun!
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The Lioness of Egypt
The Shifters of Africa Book 1
by Leigh Anderson & Alice Wilde
Genre: RH Historical Fantasy Romance
A murdered pharaoh. An evil sorceress. And three lion shifter kings.
Sanura would do whatever it took to be the next queen of Egypt – even if
it meant marrying her younger half-brother and waging war on all of
Africa. But when the pharaoh is murdered and Sanura blamed for the
crime, she barely escapes the city with her life.
With nothing and no one to help her, Sanura finds herself at the mercy of
a lion shifter African king. One of Egypt’s sworn enemies. A man
who would be better off with her dead.
And he’s not the only lion king she needs to worry about.
THE LIONESS OF EGYPT is the first full-length reverse harem historical
fantasy book in the SHIFTERS OF AFRICA trilogy.
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Welcome to my response to day 5 of the Bookend Spring(even though its day 7)! Today we are talking Spring TBRS! This prompt was originally created by AJ @ For The Love of Diversity in Books.
However, hosting this day is Sam @ Fictionally Sam.
I’ve been trying out monthly TBRS this year and I have been doing okay but normally I make quarterly TBR better know as Seasonal TBRS. Spring means to me as a time to finally get outside and enjoy the nice weather so I tend to pick shorter books that I can enjoy while sitting out in the sun. Besides my OWLS TBR, I am drowning in my backlog! I do have some HUGE books on my Spring TBR though due to finally getting my holds I placed over 2 months ago.
Nice weather is usually when my classic reading finally picks up for months I’ve been saying I was going to make progress in my Classic Club project and I haven’t picked up a single one even though I am pumped to read some of my friends’ favorite books.
Besides the above books, I’m really excited to be able to take walks and hikes again. I love walking on my treadmill but I’ve been craving fresh air for weeks now! This means I can finally catch up on my audiobooks! If you haven’t heard of the Read Me Romance Podcast and you like romance audiobooks then you should for sure check it out! Anyways, I am really far behind and I want to change that as soon as possible.
What are your reading plans for Spring?
Created by Sam @ FictionallySam and Clo @ BookDragons, this event is about bringing the whole book blogging community together, under the umbrella term, “Bookend Events”.
What It Is
- Posting a minimum of 3 blog posts (you can use the prompts or not, up to you)
- Taking part in the Tidyathon
- Now, you don’t have to do ALL of them. You can do one or both. It’s totally up to you.
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April is going to be a great month! I can already tell! Personally, I am feeling much better and I think my reading slump is finally over *fingers crossed *. Fueling my return to reading at my normal speed is 2 amazing readathons! Both of them sound amazing and I have been impatiently waiting for the chance to get started.
A-spec April is a readathon hosted by Jellyfable with the goal of celebrating and spreading the word about great literature featuring Asexual and Aromantic characters. It takes place over the course of two weeks and is hosted primarily on the A-Spec April Twitter page. As a person on the Ace spectrum, I love having the chance to support and read books that represent people like me! There are 2 group books for the readathon one for each week and I’m going to try to read them both so I can participate in the Twitter chats!
Below I have listed a whole bunch of books that are currently available on Scribd so I have plenty of options for this readathon. I’m really impressed that so many books featuring ace spectrum characters are available on Scribd.
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