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Seven tears, seven years. Heave-ho, swelled fears. Coaxing the abyss, Not all is clear. Where topside is down, Hold tight to the crown. Savage tides still hunt, Round, round, round... Sleeping Fae do seek thy pleasure.


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Seven tears, seven years. Heave-ho, swelled fears. Coaxing the abyss, Not all is clear. Where topside is down, Hold tight to the crown. Savage tides still hunt, Round, round, round... Sleeping Fae do seek thy pleasure.

30 review for Beasts and Baubles

  1. 4 out of 5

    Luckylovesbooks

    June 13, 2021 Oh look, the release is scheduled for June 23021. Guess I’ll have to wait 263 lifetimes for this book. I bet it’ll still be delayed. August 17, 2020 I’m getting real tired of the constant disappointment. I get that authors have a life outside of writing and sometimes said life can have problems. Writing is obviously not gonna be a priority and it sucks for the readers but it’s understandable and totally okay. What is not okay, however, is stringing along those loyal readers for mont June 13, 2021 Oh look, the release is scheduled for June 23021. Guess I’ll have to wait 263 lifetimes for this book. I bet it’ll still be delayed. August 17, 2020 I’m getting real tired of the constant disappointment. I get that authors have a life outside of writing and sometimes said life can have problems. Writing is obviously not gonna be a priority and it sucks for the readers but it’s understandable and totally okay. What is not okay, however, is stringing along those loyal readers for months on end with no fixed date and constantly pushing back the deadline when convenient. The credibility of the author is jeopardized to the point that the constantly shifting release date is making me lose interest. June 25, 2020 I almost didn’t notice that “June” turned into “July”. Feb 26, 2020 *spits out water* “June” BAHAHAHAHAH What a great joke.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jag

    What Scarlett Dawn pushed back a release date Again? Shocker! I really like this series, but I can no longer count the number of times I've added a book release of hers to my calendar, head straight over to get it on the release date and surprise surprise, it's disappeared, only to find out later that it's been pushed back a month, over and over again. I congratulate her on not only her ability to write, but the fact that she is doing it! It's so easy to sit back and say meet your deadlines when What Scarlett Dawn pushed back a release date Again? Shocker! I really like this series, but I can no longer count the number of times I've added a book release of hers to my calendar, head straight over to get it on the release date and surprise surprise, it's disappeared, only to find out later that it's been pushed back a month, over and over again. I congratulate her on not only her ability to write, but the fact that she is doing it! It's so easy to sit back and say meet your deadlines when I myself have never had to actually write or publish a book. But there is a level of credibility and respect to be lost for an author who makes promises (which in essence a release date is) only to break them time and again. I feel it would be much better for all parties if she just didn't give a release date until the book was actually ready to be published. Have it ready to go, then do some marketing and advertising to build up excitement for a couple weeks, then release it. Key Phrase: It's always better to under-promise and Over-deliver rather than the opposite.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Shayla

    Talk about your first-world problems. I can't believe all the complaints about the author's release dates. Get a grip on reality. The minute an author releases a new book readers are clamouring for the release date of the next book in the series. So, to keep readers pacified, the author provides a date for the next book—and bear in mind, that next book might not even be fully outlined yet, never mind written, revised and copyedited. If the author does not provide a date for the next book, reader Talk about your first-world problems. I can't believe all the complaints about the author's release dates. Get a grip on reality. The minute an author releases a new book readers are clamouring for the release date of the next book in the series. So, to keep readers pacified, the author provides a date for the next book—and bear in mind, that next book might not even be fully outlined yet, never mind written, revised and copyedited. If the author does not provide a date for the next book, readers get mad. If the author provides a date that is more than year ahead, readers get mad. If the author misses the original date provided, readers get mad. Like jesus, check yourselves. The author owes you nothing. You are not entitled to know when the next book comes out, you have no right to rush their creative process. Sometimes creativity flows naturally, and other times it doesn't. The author may pick a date based on how long it took to write one book, and find the next book takes twice the time or less than half—that's part of their own, personal creative process and may or may not be dependent on other factors in their life like a job, family, whatever. As readers you demanded the author provide a release date. Don't rage at the author if that date turns out to be impossible to meet. Don't rage if the author realizes that the next book is going to take more than a year to finish. I mean, what do you expect? The author to release a crappy unedited version of the book just to meet a certain date? Ask yourself how readers knew what their favourite authors were writing (and when it was going to be released) twenty years ago. Right... Without social media (or even a website) readers just waited to see when the local bookstore or library posted a printed list of 'what's coming next month' on the bulletin board. Just because you can now interact with authors and check your goodreads list for the next book's release date doesn't mean you are now somehow entitled to share your angry thoughts with them. They are not writing for YOU they are writing for themselves and sharing their work with the world. They do not have to share it; they choose to and you should count your lucky stars that they do! Readers are not clients and authors are not copywriters. They are artists. You can commission a copywriter to write you a book and have an expected delivery date. You can even tell them you require a character named Sparkle that shape-shifts into a unicorn. It'll cost you about $100/hour though, so I hope you ask your favourite authors how many hours they put into an average novel. I expect you'll pay upwards of $5,000 for your book delivered on the date you asked for. Then, if that commissioned work is not delivered on time or Sparkle doesn't fart rainbows like you wanted her to, you can go ahead and complain that the writer didn't deliver on what was expected.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Victoria

    I think I'm going to have to come back in a couple of years or something :( It's sad, but at this point I don't know. I've reread the series I don't how many times in preparation for the release that never was. I need to cut myself cold turkey. I literally can't stop looking at this page and facebook to see what's happening with this book. Che sarà, sarà I think I'm going to have to come back in a couple of years or something :( It's sad, but at this point I don't know. I've reread the series I don't how many times in preparation for the release that never was. I need to cut myself cold turkey. I literally can't stop looking at this page and facebook to see what's happening with this book. Che sarà, sarà

  5. 5 out of 5

    Miss Awesome

    We are now on at least the fourth new release date for this book. I really enjoy this series and will eagerly read book 4 whenever it comes back but I really wish the author would stop with the dates. The ones I remember were June, July, December, and now January. I think there may have even been more between July and December. I think most readers would agree that we don’t mind waiting for well written enjoyable books, but we do mind constant bait and switch on when to expect a book to be avai We are now on at least the fourth new release date for this book. I really enjoy this series and will eagerly read book 4 whenever it comes back but I really wish the author would stop with the dates. The ones I remember were June, July, December, and now January. I think there may have even been more between July and December. I think most readers would agree that we don’t mind waiting for well written enjoyable books, but we do mind constant bait and switch on when to expect a book to be available. Ms Dawn, if you read this, please consider waiting until you’ve completed writing your books before making up release dates for them. Your fans will thank you for it.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Megpie

    I give up. At this point it's excuse after excuse why this author keeps stringing us readers along. The release date has changed like 6+ times now? How can you say it'll be out by the end of the week and then a week later be like, "oh by the end of the month." Then at the end of the month give another fake date and rinse and repeat. I'm done. I give up. At this point it's excuse after excuse why this author keeps stringing us readers along. The release date has changed like 6+ times now? How can you say it'll be out by the end of the week and then a week later be like, "oh by the end of the month." Then at the end of the month give another fake date and rinse and repeat. I'm done.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Paris

    I am so disappointed that this book seems to be a never ending issue. The date of publishing the book were: (i) July 2020 - it was then delayed (ii) New Date 31 December - it was then delayed (iii) New Date 3 January 2021 - nope (iv) End of January 2021 - nope (v) First Week of February - nope Now it is complete silence no idea when it will be done. Sometimes I wonder why I start reading series that are not complete. I remember the last time I was waiting for a Sylvia Day book that was delayed for 1 y I am so disappointed that this book seems to be a never ending issue. The date of publishing the book were: (i) July 2020 - it was then delayed (ii) New Date 31 December - it was then delayed (iii) New Date 3 January 2021 - nope (iv) End of January 2021 - nope (v) First Week of February - nope Now it is complete silence no idea when it will be done. Sometimes I wonder why I start reading series that are not complete. I remember the last time I was waiting for a Sylvia Day book that was delayed for 1 year and that was the last book I read of hers. So upshot is I am looking for another completed series or book to read. No cliffhangers not interested in waiting forever

  8. 5 out of 5

    Roielle

    I just can’t wait. At the moment I’m reading books and it’s feeling like eating bland Oatmeal. I will wait though as it’s surely worth the wait.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Avan Hart

    I hope Scarlett Dawn is ok, doubt she would give a release date and not fulfill otherwise.

  10. 4 out of 5

    A.

    I just re-read the 3 previous books in anticipation of this one coming out (hopefully soon!). I literally love anything this author writes and will wait in eager anticipation for anything she chooses to release - however long it may take (very impatiently, but I’ll wait lol). Now I’m gonna go re-read the forever evermore series so I can impatiently wait for the next in that series too :)

  11. 5 out of 5

    Kyandie

    Does anybody know what’s up with this book ?

  12. 5 out of 5

    Catelynn

    Please I’m dying to read this book! When is the release date or something!!

  13. 4 out of 5

    mark anderson

  14. 5 out of 5

    Fiona

  15. 4 out of 5

    Tretarrah T Tucker

  16. 5 out of 5

    Brooke

  17. 5 out of 5

    Madalina

  18. 4 out of 5

    Firesticks On Cracker

  19. 4 out of 5

    Beka

  20. 5 out of 5

    Regina

  21. 5 out of 5

    Maecie Selzer

  22. 4 out of 5

    Autumn

  23. 4 out of 5

    K.M. Galvin

  24. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Sanchez

  25. 4 out of 5

    Hailey Klages

  26. 5 out of 5

    Miranda Tyndall

  27. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

  28. 5 out of 5

    amoamor

  29. 4 out of 5

    Nouhad

  30. 5 out of 5

    Anum Khan

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