#onelinewednesday: Black Recluse

Attention steampunk readers! I have an awesome book feature for you this week that I think you will greatly enjoy!

It was a lot of fun.

It was very adventurous.

It was full of great characters.

I would say that Anna Bowman’s Black Recluse was a triple win. 😉

It’s funny because even though I finished reading this book a week ago (at least), I’ve still been reeling from her excellent plot twist. Maybe I should have saw it coming, but it was the icing on the cake for this story.

But no more about that because #spoilers. 😉 (Just know it is good!)

I’m not afraid to admit that I’ve joined another ship to sail, and this one being #TeamSol.

For a Captain, I was surprised at some of his struggles, but it made him very relatable. Not that I agree with ALL his decisions, but I stand by him as a fangirl because he really was awesome.

But back to those decisions.

Yeah, it’s hard. Life is never easy and much of it doesn’t go as planned for many of us. (Sol being one of them.)

He has a conversation with a certain character that really spoke to me about finding what we need, if not what we seek. He also tells Sol they “rarely are” the same thing.

I’ve found that to be true and a good reminder.

Since I loved that quote so much I thought I would make a graphic with the quote (and today’s graphic happens to be a little snazzier because Canva is offering free GIF templates).

By | 2019-09-18T10:00:37-04:00 September 18th, 2019|#onelinewednesday|0 Comments

About the Author:

Laura A. Grace had a lifelong dream of getting to know authors behind the covers of her favorite reads. Little did she know that one day she would become an author too! Now an avid book blogger at Unicorn Quester and writer of clean, Christian manga, Laura creatively balances her passions of supporting indie authors and feeding her readers new stories. In between, she wields plastic lightsabers with her children and binge-watches anime with her husband.

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