Let’s all admit it. Being a book blogger is hard. We spend hours and hours reading books, hours designing our blog so that it looks just right, and even more hours compiling blog posts. Read More
Today’s post will either be relatable or controversial. I’ve mentioned this over multiple blog posts but only briefly so you might or might not know that most YA heroines seem to get on my nerves. Read More
Today I’m excited to be a part of the blog tour for the book PULSE by Danielle Koste. I’ll be sharing an excerpt from the book and there will be a chance for you to enter to win a copy of the book at the end of the post! Read More
I don’t know about you but I love Halloween. Between all of the movies I watch on repeat every year and the Halloween baking shows on The Food Network, Halloween is a close second as my favorite holiday. Read More
We’ve all seen books being rated on Goodreads before they’re released – or even before ARCs are available. These people rate the book before even reading it.
Where do you stand on this? I personally think that it’s wrong and is a huge problem in the book community. That’s why I’m writing this post today. I don’t think we talk about this in the book community enough. It should be talked about. Read More
All of us bookworms are fangirls. It’s just a natural thing. One thing we all fangirl over the most are authors. When we finally get the chance to meet a favorite author of ours, it can be the best experience in the world. Read More
October is here, witches!
Today’s post is something very special. I reached 500 followers on the blog about a week ago! In celebration of this accomplishment, I asked y’all to ask me some questions on Twitter and in a blog post that I posted last week. Well, y’all sent me your questions so here I am to answer them! Read More
Today I’m very excited to give you guys an author interview! I got the wonderful opportunity to interview Irena Brignull, famous Screenwriter and author of The Hawkweed Legacy.
Irena will be talking about her book, what it’s like to go from screenwriting to novel-writing, and more! There will also be an excerpt from her book towards the end of this post!
Recently in the book community, book bloggers have been calling out authors for misrepresentation and/or accuses their book as being ‘problematic’. But, what exactly makes a book problematic? Read More