If you're an author, you'll know this. If you're a reader, you're about to learn about the writing process. There's three basic foundations of being an author: coffee, procrastination, and thirty beautiful notebooks you'll never use. In no small part because they are so beautiful. Sure, you can intend to use your best handwriting in… Continue reading Epic Notebook Book Fair
Every day we should thank the heavens there are no rehab programmes for bookaholics. Some of us might well need it, and if the first step is admitting it, none of us would ever recover. Right now, I feel like I need rehab for time travel fiction. It's one of my favourite sub-genres. I don't… Continue reading What’s on the TBR pile?
I expected August to be a fairly standard month of book blogging but it's had its unusual moments. For sure, I've learned a lot this month. About book blogging, about the authors that request reviews and about how to deal with the backlash of giving honest reviews. I'm not going to go into detail or… Continue reading August Reading Catch-Up
This month has already been a weird mix of good and bad books but all of you avid readers will know, sometimes the bad ones are inevitable. Sometimes, though, I ignore the red flags and go ahead and read anyway. I am. Just. That. Addicted. I am definitely guilty of that in the last few… Continue reading How does a good book look? #2
When I took a look at the Teen and Young Adult Urban Fantasy chart this week, I literally facepalmed. Do you remember a few weeks ago when Inception was at the top of the charts two weeks in a row, so I used the next viable book: The Shadow Student? Well, this week, The Shadow Student actually made it to #1… Continue reading What’s #1 in the Urban Fantasy Charts?