So, as bookstagrammers, it usually takes effort and a lot of brain power to keep your feed fresh and consistent right? And I'm sure there is a struggle every so often when you run out of inspiration. You constantly try and come up with ideas to base your photos on, sometimes they work, sometimes you … Continue reading Keep the Feed Going.
So, while writing my last post, I mentioned a few tropes that have turned me off reading YA for Jan 2019. In this post, I go over the top 5 tropes that make me want to either burn a book or throw it in the trash. INSTANT LOVE! Are you shitting me? Instant love? Um.... … Continue reading Ugh Tropes.
You guys read that right. No YA for Jan 2019. Why? I need a break from all the repetitive BS that is Young Adult. I don't know what it is about the books that I pick up in the YA pool, but it seems to be the same thing over and over again. I haven't … Continue reading No YA for Jan 2019.
So, while scrolling through my bookstagram, I see a lot of people asking 'What is an ARC?" and "How do I get them?" Well, there are multiple ways you can get your hands on review books or advanced reader copies of books. One of the ways you can get review books and probably the main … Continue reading ARCs & How to Get Them.
“For anyone brave enough to believe in the impossible. Embrace the wonder.” These are the words that you soon will come to worship when reading the wonderful debut novel by Australian author Lynette Noni. When I first read this book, late 2017, I was constantly on the edge of my seat, my heart pounding with … Continue reading Akarnae – Lynette Noni
Some stories are dark - they explore deep philosophical issues; right and wrong, good and evil, war and it's consequences, slavery, tragic love, death and, the darkest of all, betrayal. This is not one of those stories. M.M. Perry's latest epic fantasy brings to life a magnitude of creatures and characters in an ancient fantasy … Continue reading Whom the Gods Love – M.M Perry