10 Things I Learned from Pitch Wars

10 Things I Learned from Pitch Wars Pitch Wars is an annual competition where writing mentee hopefuls from all over the world submit their completed manuscript for the chance to work with an author mentor. This consists of submitting a… Continue Reading →

5 Books on my TBR since the Dawn of Time – Top Ten Tuesday

5 Books on my TBR since the Dawn of Time Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. They are great at bringing new top ten themes, and they have a huge list of them well in… Continue Reading →

A Monster Calls Book Review – Treacle Tart and Tall Tales

A Monster Calls Book Review Synopsis. The monster showed up after midnight. As they do. But it isn’t the monster Conor’s been expecting. He’s been expecting the one from his nightmare, the one he’s had nearly every night since his… Continue Reading →

Girls with Low Self-Esteem: Overdone Trope or Realism? – Discussion Post

Girls with Low Self-Esteem: Overdone Trope or Realism? I don’t have any childhood memories of women or girls in books or movies that I aspired to be like. Sure, I had a favourite Spice Girl, but I didn’t want to… Continue Reading →

5 Books with Unconventional Schools – Top Ten Tuesday

5 Books with Unconventional Schools Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. They are great at bringing new top ten themes, and they have a huge list of them well in advance for those bloggers that… Continue Reading →

10 Reasons to Read Carry On by Rainbow Rowell

10 Reasons to Read Carry On by Rainbow Rowell I recently finished Carry On by Rainbow Rowell and I ADORED it. I admit that I was a bit skeptical in the beginning about whether I would like Simon or the… Continue Reading →

Olympic Book Tag

Olympic Book Tag For this Thursday’s post, I’m doing Shannon @ It Starts At Midnight’s Olympic Book Tag (all the graphics are hers too btw with help from Smashing Magazine). I LOVE the Summer Olympics, it is literally the only… Continue Reading →

10 Books I Can’t Believe I’ve Never Read – Top Ten Tuesday REWIND

10 Books I Can’t Believe I’ve Never Read… Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. They are great at bringing new top ten themes, and they have a huge list of them well in advance for… Continue Reading →

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Book Review – Pumpkin Pasties with the Potters

No spoilers in the review, but I cannot speak for the discussions that may take place in the comments. Which could very well contain spoilers. I also describe the plot of the book, so if knowing the plot is a… Continue Reading →

Can You Monetize a Book Blog? – Part 3: Facebook Advertising + July Financial Report

Can you Monetize a Book Blog? Part 3: Facebook Advertising… Can you monetize a book blog? That’s the question I’ve been asking in this series and an answer I’ve been trying to discover through my business. In my previous posts,… Continue Reading →

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