I’ve been on bookstagram for half a year now and I’ve come across some struggles every user encounters sooner or later. After searching the web for solutions to my own problems – and not fidning enough helpful tips – I decided to start a new series called bookstagram 101. Here I’m focusing on different aspects concerning our beloved hobby. So my main problem is often the creativity. I love to take pictures but from time to time I do get the feeling that everything just looks the same. Well … on every picture there’s at least one book and so the opportunities are limited. Some days ago I had a huge creativity loss and I was close to hurtling my camera at a wall
– not that I would actually do that, because hey. My camera is my precious baby!. I was down and my mood was bad to put it nice. I turned my books in every possible direction but still wasn’t satisfied. And furthermore I had the feeling that I already took pictures of every book I own in every possible combination.
So who is ready for next installment in one of the greatest fantasy series ever written? Well, I certainly am. I’ve only been a fan of Sarah J. Maas since last year, but I rushed through the series of A Court Of Thorns And Roses and instantly fell in love with it. But when I finally got the chance to pick up A Court Of Mist And Fury, the series completely stole my heart with its world and the wonderful characters. With this Sarah J. Maas helped me to remember why fantasy had been my favourite genre a few years back. So it’s no surprise that the third book as one of my most anticipated reads of 2017. A Court Of Wings And Ruin will be released in May – no specific date by now – and I just can’t wait anymore. Besides everything that happened in ACOMAF, the title itself gives me goosebumps. I fear that this book will leave my crying and thinking about throwing it against the next wall (but what kind of monster would throw a book?). But the most important thing comes now: the cover reveal. Are you ready? Scroll down and take a look at this beautiful artwork: