Posts Categorized: Sarah J. Maas

Queen of Shadows Tour: downloadable tattoos + giveaway

Queen of Shadows Tour: downloadable tattoos + giveaway

Welcome to our stop on the official Queen of Shadows blog tour, hosted by the founders of #MaasThirteen! Our love for all things Throne of Glass and Sarah J. Maas is well-documented here at The Midnight Garden, so we were pleased to be asked to participate this year. We’re pretty smug about the many readers we’ve hounded relentlessly into persuaded to read this series, and this latest installment is full of everything you’d expect and more: death-defying action scenes, BADASS WOMEN, insanely cool mythical creatures, and emotional trauma that could rip your heart out. I’ve made some downloadable Queen of Shadows tattoos so you can be reminded of Aelin–and really, what better way to spread love and awareness for the series than to wear its words on your body? Download Free Queen of Shadows Tattoos! The set includes all the tattoos shown above, and there are two sets on the page… Read more »

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Throne of Glass x Litographs: Giveaway (International)

Throne of Glass x Litographs: Giveaway (International)

So I think it’s pretty well known that I am massive, massive fan of Sarah J. Maas and her brilliant fantasy series, Throne of Glass. You love Sarah, I love Sarah, we all love her. You also love bookish merchandise and shouting your love for all things literary to the world. The wonderful team at Litographs has just launched their ToG line featuring a poster, tee shirt, and a tote bag. The design is so lovely featuring Celaena in triumph with the stag of Terrasen, the Lord of the North. And the landscape is designed with actual text from Throne of Glass! You’ve always wanted to wear these characters on your body, right? Don’t look at me. I’m a normal person, I swear! Anyway… If you are just dying to get your hands on some of these beautiful Throne of Glass items (and why wouldn’t you be!), I have a discount code for $5… Read more »

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A Court of Thorns and Roses: Review

A Court of Thorns and Roses: Review

In the deepest winter forest an arrow is shot in desperation. The quarrel finds its target, but the consequences are far reaching and unexpected. Feyre, youngest daughter of an impoverished nobleman, has unintentionally killed one of the Fae and broken the treaty between humans and Fae. Now she must trade her life for that of her slain foe. Caught between death or handing herself over to live in the lands of the Fae, never to return to her family, Feyre surrenders. This is a totally new fantasy world, completely separate from that of Throne of Glass. Feyre lives on an island resembling Great Britain that is divided among human ruled lands and the realms of the Fae (many blessings upon Bloomsbury for including a map for those of us “constant flippers”). The humans live in constant fear of the Fae, and the Fae live in constant fear of the ever… Read more »

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