ARC Review: The Facemaker: One Surgeon’s Battle to Mend the Disfigured Soldiers of World War I by Lindsey Fitzharris

The Facemaker tells the story of pioneering plastic surgeon Harold Delf Gillies, who dedicated his life to reconstructing the faces of injured soldiers in his care during World War I. After reading The Butchering Art, Fizharris’ first book, I knew that I would want to read any future books that she wrote. This book surpassed … More ARC Review: The Facemaker: One Surgeon’s Battle to Mend the Disfigured Soldiers of World War I by Lindsey Fitzharris

ARC Review: To Catch A Raven by Beverly Jenkins

Raven Moreaux comes from a long line of grifters and she couldn’t be prouder, until she is blackmailed into helping the government. Now she has to infiltrate a former Confederate official’s house to find a stolen copy of the Declaration of Independence.  Like all of Jenkins’ books, I was instantly sucked into Raven and Braxton’s … More ARC Review: To Catch A Raven by Beverly Jenkins

ARC Review: Tear Down the Throne by Jennifer Estep

This book picks up a few weeks after the previous book ended. Gemma Ripley, Princess of Andvari, is still struggling with PTSD from her torture by the Morricone’s even if she can’t show it. She is still determined to find answers which leads her to the trade summit between the various kingdoms.  This was a … More ARC Review: Tear Down the Throne by Jennifer Estep

ARC Review: The Big Book of Tarot Meanings: The Beginner’s Guide to Reading the Cards by Sam Magdaleno

This is a wonderful beginners book to understanding tarot cards. This book breaks down each card into eight categories: beginnings, career, finances, romance, friends & family, health, higher guidance, and outcome. Both upright and reversed meanings are given for each of these as well.  This book uses the Raider-Waite Tarot deck but if you have … More ARC Review: The Big Book of Tarot Meanings: The Beginner’s Guide to Reading the Cards by Sam Magdaleno

ARC Review: The Witch of the Forest’s Guide to Earth Magick by Lindsay Squire

After reading Lindsay’s previous book Natural Magick, I knew I wanted to read this one. This was a beautifully illustrated, informative, and easy to follow book about utilizing earth magick for your craft.  This book covers casting a circle and ritual basics, the four elements, the four seasons, earth magick, crystals, divination, empath care, and … More ARC Review: The Witch of the Forest’s Guide to Earth Magick by Lindsay Squire