The Witch’s Touch by Rosie Wylor-Owen [REVIEW]

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The Witch's TouchGenres: Speculative Fiction, Urban Fantasy
Publisher: Independently Published
Publication Date: March 22nd 2018
Source: Author
Format: Pdf
Rating: fangirlstarsfangirlstarsfangirlstarsfangirlstars

Criminals are going missing. Felons or not, Detective Meeks is duty-bound to find them, with little to go on but a suspicious encounter between the latest missing person and a local business owner. As the case unravels, Meeks struggles to make sense of a world he thought he understood. Yet this twist of fate could be his chance to truly making a difference to the community he holds dear. 

Amanda Solanke is used to making waves, but never with the police. The last person to see the latest missing criminal, she is dragged to the heart of a police investigation. A small business owner in the eyes of the community, behind closed doors Amanda and her partner Leona guard a magical secret. The closer they are watched, the closer Amanda and Leona come to facing the ultimate danger: exposure.

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Bookish, Tags

A-Z Book Tag

Happy Monday Storytellers!

I am in deep into the book reading/sneak reading at work (I think my slump is going away!) so while I am reading away and dodging my boss’ eye, I thought it would be fun to give y’all a tag since it’s been a super hot minute since I’ve done one!  Thank you so much to Bex @ Becca Leighanne for tagging me in this one forever ago (hoarding is real fam)!

Grab some popcorn, get comfy, and lets do the alphabet!

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a | author you’ve read the most books from:

I actually have no clue and Goodreads sucks and removed the most read author data BUT if I sort my read shelf by author it looks like Jennifer L. Armentrout takes the cake with 34 books!

b | best sequel ever:

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Gaining Perspective.

Well hello Storytellers! It’s been a hot minute since I last waddled on here with a post and a lot of things have changed (as you can probably see!) since our last waddling!

Fictionally Sam has been my ongoing baby and pride and joy since it’s birth at the beginning of last year. It has seen me at my lowest of lows and the highest of highs, and has stuck with me and given me some of the most amazing friends a girl could ask for! Continue reading “Gaining Perspective.”

Bookend Events, Spring 2019

BOOKENDING SPRING 2019: Books (Not) to Read During Finals Week

bookending springMy reign was short lived. But hot damn was it a time Story Tellers.

Like I said in yesterday’s prompt post, Bookending Spring has been a whirlwind of an event this year. Clo and I have been amazed at all of your participation, the work you have put in to recreating the prompts and your general enthusiasm for growing closer and meeting new people within this community!

From the bottom of our hearts, Me and Clo are thankful to each and everyone of you who signed up, hosted, and everything in between! You guys are literal gems! As today is our last day in Bookending Spring, please let us (Clo and I) know how we can better make our events by filling out this feedback form (Bookending Spring 2019: Feedback)! We did this during our winter event, and got amazing feedback from it that we implemented into our BEspring this year! So if you have a minute to spare and have thoughts or recommendations to share–please do!

 Click here to fill out the form!

Also! Be sure to make your way over to our twitter channel today at as me and Clo will be taking over with a Twitter chat! Head on over to @Bookend_events for more details! Without further ado! Let’s waddle into today’s prompt!

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Books Not to Read During Finals Week
Soul sucking and captivating books that will keep you hooked on the story and not on your studies

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