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
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!
Hello everybody! I decided to do my own spin on a post I saw the blogging queen Paper Fury do on her blog about books that she hasn’t read from authors she claims as her favorite. I really loved the idea because I shamefully read about 1-2 books that an author has written and then automatically say “they’re my favorite author!” even if they have about a dozen other books out. Read More
I’m back today with another post about writing and tips and tricks you can do in order to improve your writing and improve the way you think of your writing. You can read my post where I introduce the idea and explain it here. You can also read my post on how to overcome and avoid writer’s block here. Read More
Hello everyone! Today I decided that I would write a post about Camp NaNoWriMo. You might be asking yourself right now what Camp NaNoWriMo is, for since it’s not as large as it’s processor, NaNoWriMo, it’s not as well-known. Well, basically, Camp NaNoWriMo is a smaller and less stress-inducing version of the regular NaNoWriMo that everyone knows.
Hello everybody! Today I will be telling you guys about my experience going to my first ever book festival! Only a few weeks ago I stumbled upon the North Texas Teen Book Festival somewhere online (I’m not sure where, as I’ve already forgotten, I think it might’ve been Twitter), and I realized that it was taking place only 40 minutes away from where I live. The second I found that out I told my sister and my parents and they said that I could go! Read More