As publication time comes nearer for Queen of None, reviews are coming in! I was thrilled this morning to find the Kirkus Reviews take on the book:
A captivating look at the intriguing figures in King Arthur’s golden realm.Kirkus Reviews
I just submitted the last pass on the novel, as well, so the timing was pretty cool. I have so many thoughts right now on this, given the state of everything right now… but it’s truly exciting to see this book resonating. Yes, all books mean a great deal to the writers who craft them. Queen of None is particularly dear, in ways that I can’t quite articulate at the moment.
Keep an eye out for more reviews incoming! And remember, you can pre-order the Kindle version already.
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