Hello everyone and welcome to another book blogger support feature for the new weekend. This Saturday’s feature is for Eram @ Musings of a Confuzzled Reader, an ambivert book reader whose joined the community with the hope of meeting others who enjoy reading just as much as she does. And wonderfully, we all know that she’s in the right place. And I love, love Eram’s reasoning behind her blog’s title, a mix between confused and puzzled–is it terrible that I never actually made the connection that confuzzled was a mix of the two words and I’ve been using it for years!
This week’s review feature is for the novel Court of Twilight by Mareth Griffith, and I have to agree with Eram that the cover is pretty exceptional. I just love all the color within the stained glass and it definitely leaves me wanting to know more about the novel and what happens. The story follows a girl called Ivy as she lives alongside a roommate with a rather strange affinity for exotic plants and a fierce protectiveness of them and then returns home one evening to find that Demi has gone missing, leaving her phone behind and no way for Ivy to contact her. The novel seems to be Ivy’s quest to find her roommate and is one that has captured Eram’s attention from the very first chapter.
“…the book has done exceptionally well. The first chapter invokes a sense of mystery and sets the stage for…”
So take a few minutes out of your day today to drop by Eram’s blog, check it out, and give her some support!