Who are some of the queens of your book shelf? (favorite

Who are some of the queens of your book shelf? (favorite

11/5/2021, 5:58:33 PM
Who are some of the queens of your book shelf? (favorite female characters or authors) . I keep thinking there is plenty of time before 2019 reading hits my immediate TBR— and then I received this surprise 2019 #shelfqueens box from @simonteen (brief synopsis of each book below) and realized that January reading starts next month for me! The year seems to fly by faster when you’ve got a list of books to read staring you in the face. . Right off the bat I know I want to first read “The Cold Is In Her Bones” by Peternelle van Arsdale (January 22) and “Sky Without Stars” (March 2019). I’m going to admit that I never watched Buffy the Vampire and I don’t know much about the show, but quite frankly I’m still in love with Kiersten White from “The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein” and I know that I’ll be reading “Slayer” (new series set in the Buffy world) even if I’m not part of the original Buffy fandom. . 👑"The Cold Is In Her Bones”: Demons who posses girls at random? Here for it. . 👑“Slayer”: New slayer set in the world of Buffy the Vampire. Definitely interested with Kiersten White as the author. . 👑“Crown of Feathers”: World ruled by Phoenix riding warrior queens? Tag line “sometimes the title of queen is given. Sometimes it must be taken.” 👑"Girls with Sharp Sticks”: All-girl boarding school focused on domestic and art skills rather than science, math or current events… until the girls find out what they are truly capable of. . 👑"Sky Without Stars”: LES MISERABLE RETELLING LES MISERABLE RETELLING!! . Some of my shelf queens are: Penryn ("Penryn and the End of Days”), Kelsea (Queen of the Tearling) and Cassandra Clare and LM Montgomery!

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