The Weird Girls series has been a huge favorite of mine ever since I start reading it waaaaaay back in December 2012. Almost five years later we’re now into Taran’s story, her second book, and the overall eighth book in the entire series. Celia and Aric’s story is still being […]
Series: Weird Girls
I’m stoked to be participating in Ms. Robson’s tour for her newest book in her Weird Girls series, Of Flame and Light. It’s out NOW!!
Today is a huge day for Weird Girls fans! I’m happy to take part in celebrating release day for Taran’s first book! If you haven’t started reading this fantastic urban fantasy series, that also reads like a paranormal romance, you need a swift kick in the patootie. You’ve been warned […]
I feel like I need to apologize to someone. The conclusion (sort of) of Celia’s story came out while my blog was down so I didn’t get a chance to scream my praises about A Curse Unbroken. But then, this is the fifth book in Ms. Robson’s fantastic Weird […]
We need to talk. I’d like to discuss genres and what you’re reading. Do you read urban fantasy? Do you read paranormal romance? Do you read plain ‘ole romance?? Do you like strong heroines? Do you like that heroine to have a strong support system in the form of kick-ass sisters?
If ANY of these have piqued your interest, you really need to start the Weird Girls series by Cecy Robson.
Today I’m supporting one of my favorite authors, Cecy Robson, during her A Curse Awakened Blog Tour. I have my review and an excerpt from the novella to share with you!
As soon as I closed the book…. my brain began to shut down. I couldn’t cope. My life is in utter chaos! Okay, not really, but this IS a really good book that rocked my world.
Bren is the big brother the Wird sisters always needed and will never be without. May we all be so lucky to have a “Bren” in our lives *sigh*
It’s been awhile since I’ve read a book that really shredded me, for lack of better terminology. There are just some books that you read, howl, bawl and cry over. Then go back and re-read passages, go back and re-read the book before it, and then finally re-read the entire book again. This was one of those books.