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Is your to-read list getting dangerously low? Or is it gigantic, but you won’t let that stop you from adding new books to it anyway?
Below are six upcoming urban fantasy books that you can’t read yet but can grab in the future. Add them to your TBR. Preorder them. Get hyped. Few things are certain in life, but at least we’ll never run out of new books.
Bad Girls Drink Blood
by S.L. Choi
Part sun fae, part blood fae, all abomination.
There is only one hybrid fae in existence, and that dishonor goes to Lane Callaghan.
After a life spent dodging slurs, threats, and assassination attempts, Lane gave her past the one finger salute and ditched her former fae home for good. The detective agency she and her sisters run on the edge of Las Vegas continues to limp along, with Lane doing more debt collecting and intimidating…
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February 2022 Hi Readers, Happy Valentine's Day! ❤️ "Anyone can catch your eye, but it takes someone special to catch your heart." ~ Unknown Celebrating Black History Month ❤️🤎❤️All year long because it deserves more than 28 days. I hope 2022 has started off gently and that the seeds of hope have already been planted. I … Continue reading A year and a day | @azaaadavis #updates #readers #amwriting #hopeful
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A great “rest, don’t quit” blog post from a fellow author.
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As I’m sure you’ve noticed, new posts to my blog have been absent. I considered pushing through to make sure I had consistent content, but that’s how I ended up in this predicament in the first place. Let me explain.
When the pandemic first began, I was at the start of a blog tour promoting A Noble’s Path, the next book in my quartet. While I had a wonderful time getting to know new bloggers and participating in interviews, the results were mixed. People had other things on their mind and so did I. We didn’t know how long this whole thing was going to last and each day was a question mark.
After the tour ended, I threw myself into edits for book three,A Rebel’s Path. And there were more than a few days when it felt like I had to…
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