May Flowers: A Springtime Bookstagram Challenge


Let's open the windows and get those curtains fluttering because it's time for a SPRINGTIME Bookstagram challenge! All through the month of May, we're asking our authors and readers to share pics featuring Midnight Tide Publishing books on Instagram using the hashtag #MTPFlowers. But we don't just want any ol' bookish pics; we want FLOWER-themed bookish pics. After a long and dreary winter, we're hoping to light IG up with loads of colorful petals and spring sunshine while offering recs for some of our MTP favorites.


We may or may not have leaked this challenge to our authors ahead of time, so keep scrolling for a little bit of floral inspiration. AND to make things interesting, we're even throwing a few of our favorite review quotes into the mix.


We hope to see you all over on Instagram showing off your favorite MTP books backed by whatever you've got growing in your (or your green-thumbed neighbor's) yard!


Happy reading and happy spring!

 

A Cursed Heart by Jenny Hickman

"This book is incredible!!! Mix A Court of Thorns and Roses series with Irish mythology and you have A Cursed Heart!"

—Goodreads 5* Review

 


Seeds of Sorrow by Elle Beaumont & Christis Christie

"An AMAZING Hades and Persephone retelling with fae and vampires!! . . . I am totally ADDICTED and can’t wait for the next book!!"

—Goodreads 5* Review

 

The Medusa Project by Lou Wilham

"Packed full of great writing, great characters, a great take on mythology and a mystery that has you guessing until the very end!!"

—Goodreads 5* Review

 

Come True: A Bomb-Ass Genie Romance by Brindi Quinn

"I loved this book. It made me cry, the angst was amazing and the HEA was perfection. I LOVED THE WORLD BUILDING. It honestly blew me away."

—Goodreads 5* Review

 

The Devil You Know by Nicole Northwood

"Grab yourself a tall glass of ice-cold water before you sit down to read The Devil You Know because things are going to get hot, hot, hot!"

—Goodreads 5* Review

 

Windsong by Stephanie E. Donohue

A fantastic, romantic retelling of the Norwegian fairytale East of the Sun and West of the Moon!

—Coming Soon!

 

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