A Small Demonstration of How We Think, or our first book discussion

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This entire blog has been the product of long discussions between Emilyblue border limited crop and myself–it should, then, be of no surprise that at some point we’d grant you a glimpse of how we work. Or talk, really. So, as soon as we had
decided on the idea of Series Weeks, it followed that there should be a discussion, where we just talk about the books…only it’s written, and its on a blog. Anyways, what we’re trying to do is give all of you a small, non-terrifying idea of how we think–and we hope you enjoy it.

Anyways, los Geht’s!

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A trademark of delightful creepiness, or sitting down with Kaija and Silver

red border limited cropBy whom I mean Kaija Rudkiewicz and Silver Saarmaeel, of the comic Run Freak Run and, more recently, the serialized novel Daughters of the Witch Queen. After Emily and I signed up to be beta-readers for their new project, I learned that the authors and I happen to currently live in the same city (Berlin, Germany), and so made a time to meet.

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It was supposed to be a simple carjacking and kidnapping, or our review of Daughter of the Witch Queen Part 2

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By Silver Saaremaeel and Kaija Rudkiewicz

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Finally putting a face to a name, or the cover reveal for Riot of Storm and Smoke

blue border limited cropToday, our blog is having its first cover reveal! So read on to learn more about Riot of Storm and Smoke, see the absolutely amazing cover, and enter some giveaways!

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It was supposed to be a simple vacation, or our reviews of Daughters of the Witch Queen, Part 1

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Daughters of the Witch Queen: Nicholas Odd (Daughters of the Witch Queen Part 1)

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I prefer the love interest from Hell, or my review of White Hot Kiss

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White Hot Kiss (The Dark Elements #1)

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Not Your Usual Ghost Story, or my review of Anna Dressed in Blood

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Anna Dressed in Blood (Anna #1)

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Theron can write poetry for me anytime, or my review of Snow Like Ashes

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Snow Like Ashes (Snow Like Ashes #1)

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An Intro From Emily or the first post on Bibliobibuli, so please bear with us, this is mildly terrifying

Bibliobibuli YA was created after I was told that I read way too much one too many times.

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