Interview w\ C.J. Redwine – Hogwarts Houses, Writing, and Romance

You all know that The Blood Spell is one of my most anticipated releases of 2019.

I love the Ravenspire books – if you’ll remember, I had very, very few 5 star reads last year. And two out of the three were The Traitor Prince and The Wish Granter.

Needless to say, I couldn’t have been more excited when C.J. Redwine agreed to do an interview with me! I loved her answers to my questions, and I hope you do too!


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RIP IT OR SHIP IT \\ nova & the darkling? maxon & cinder? hermione & rhysand?

I love RIP it or SHIP it videos!

The idea of mixing characters is just so fun! Crossovers are my absolute favorite only reason I still watch CW shows tbh

And then the other day (*ahem* more than a month ago) I saw this thing on Instagram where people were submit couples for a blog post!

So guess what we’re doing today 😏

Also like, if you’re one of the people who submitted these names…sorry? I’m a horrible procrastinator


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Once A King \\ spoiler-free book review

Once a King (A Clash of Kingdoms, #3)

Title: Once A King

Author: Erin Summerill

Genre & Themes: Fantasy

Publisher:  HMH Books for Young Readers

Format: hardcover


Synopsis

Aodren: A lonely, young king, searching for a way to dismantle his father’s dark legacy.

Lirra: A girl with the power to control the wind, torn between duty and following her dreams

For twenty years, Channelers—women with a magical ability—have been persecuted in Malam by those without magic. Now King Aodren wants to end the bloody divide and unite his kingdom. But decades of hatred can’t be overcome by issuing decrees, and rumors of a deadly Channeler-made substance are only fueling people’s fears. Lirra has every reason to distrust Aodren. Yet when he asks for help to discover the truth behind the rumors, she can’t say no. With Lirra by his side, Aodren sees a way forward for his people. But can he rewrite the mistakes of the past before his enemies destroy the world he’s working so hard to rebuild?

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