Tag: reading

Four Dead Queens by Astrid Schulte – Review

*this post includes affiliate links I have with Amazon* Hello everyone! So, today brings around a review of a book that I survived the Hunger Games for. Or, well, I survived Penguin Teen’s Book Con 2018 lines (and the stampede that came before it) in order to retrieve this glorious book: Four Dead Queens* by …

2018 End of Year Wrap-Up + 2019 Goals

Hello everyone! So it is December 31st, 2018 aka the last day before 2019 begins and, honestly, it’s been a pretty wonderful year. Today, I’m taking the time to look back at 2018 to go over what happened and see what worked & what didn’t. I really liked the way I did my wrap up …

Wildcard by Marie Lu – Review

*this post includes affiliate links I have with Amazon* Hello everyone! So, a couple days ago, Wildcard* by Marie Lu – book two to Warcross – was released out into the bookish wild! I reviewed Warcross then, and now can’t wait to have you read my review of Wildcard, a book I soooooo loved!!! Now, …

DISCUSSION: Book-ish Tips For Students

*this post includes affiliate links I have with Amazon* Hello everyone! So, this month is August and, like millions of people around the world, I’m headed back to school! With going back to school (specifically, university for me) comes buying textbooks, figuring out which books to bring from home, making plans for posts to write …

#SBPT: 5 Books I Can’t Wait To Read

*this post includes affiliate links I have with Amazon* Hello lovely people of the world! So today is another awesome Summer Blogger Promo Tour (SBPT) post (whooooo!!) If you’re unfamiliar with what SBPT is, it is a two-month long post tour created by The Book Bratz, where Tanya from Bookish Fangirl and I partner up to bring …

Book Publicity Contacts Directory

Hello everyone! So, a bit ago, I wrote a discussion on what an ARC (advance reader’s copy) is, how people get them, how you can get them and more! One thing that I realized later, though, was that there are a LOT of publishers out there in the US & internationally, and even more imprints …

DISCUSSION: All About ARCs (Advance Reader’s Copies)

Hello everyone! So, if you’re a part of the bookish community, you’ve probably heard of the acronym/thing “ARCs”. For me, I didn’t know about them until like 2 yrs into blogging (as I never really interacted with people who talked about ARCs) and now they are everywhere lol Anyways, there are probably a bunch of …

Royal Bastards by Andrew Shvarts – Spoiler Review

*this post includes affiliate links I have with Amazon* Hello everyone! So last December, in the midst of finals, I was stressed. Like omg I’ll probably fail these tests kind of stressed so of course I read and among the 5 million books I read those two weeks, I read Royal Bastards* by Andrew Shvarts…..but …

Join Me For #ARE15

Hello everyone! So yesterday I was thinking of how long my TBR list is and how close the end of summer is. Thus I came up with the idea that one day this week, I’ll just read all day. Yup, you heard me right, I am going to do pretty much nothing else except read. …

Even Imaginary People Need Something to Read – Guest Post

Character worksheets usually have lists of features that supposedly add depth to the people who populate your works of fiction. Some include things like their favorite flavor of ice cream, which is not much help for historical fiction. And how does that help you write their reaction to discovering a body on the library floor? …