Hello everyone! I am excited to share this review of I Killed Zoe Spanos. Click here to check out my interview with the amazing writer Kit Frick. I had received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. When Anna Cicconi arrives to the small Hamptons village of Herron Mills for… Continue reading Mini-Review // I Killed Zoe Spanos
Hi everyone! Wow we can finally say that the year is half over. Can you believe it? In my mind, 2020 feels like it has just begun. On the other hand, its been a heck of a year so far in many ways and I can't wait to move onto 2021. June was a roller-coaster… Continue reading June Wrap-Up!
Hi everyone! I am so excited to share my interview with author Kit Frick! Kit Frick is the author of I Killed Zoe Spanos, a YA mystery/thriller which is released today! I Killed Zoe Spanos is a YA Mystery/Thriller book. What do you like about writing this genre? I love a good mystery. So I’m… Continue reading Writers Corner // Interview with Kit Frick
Hello everyone! Did I hear myself right?? Are we halfway through 2020? Part of me feels like the year has flown by, but the other part of me feel like 2020 couldn't pass any slower haha. It's been a trainwreck of a year so far, hasn't it? Anyway, as usual during this time of the… Continue reading Mid Year Freakout Book Tag!!
Hi everyone, I am looking forward to sharing a review of Jo & Laurie by Melissa De La Cruz and Margaret Stohl. Note that I haven’t read Little Women, the original book by Louisa May Alcott, so I wouldn’t be able compare the two. Also note that I had received a free advanced reader copy… Continue reading Mini-Review // Jo & Laurie
Hi everyone, I'm excited to share an author interview with Isa Muh'd. Isa is a writer-blogger who is the author of Become better: A counterbalance approach to self-development. You can find his blog at Self Help Geek. In addition to being an author, you’re also a blogger at Self Help Geek. Where do you get… Continue reading Writers’ Corner // Interview with Isa Muh’d
By Isa Muh'd Many people want to write a book and become authors. There are tons of reasons why one should write a book. For some, it’s for the credibility, the feeling of authorship, or the joy you get knowing you’ve made a contribution to the world. Whatever your reason might be for writing a… Continue reading Writers’ Corner // 5 Things Every Aspiring Author Should Know
Hi everyone! Happy Pride Month! This year the pride parade is cancelled here where I live, but that doesn't mean that we can't celebrate pride and what it represents. I've listed some of my favourite books with LGBTQ representation below! Let me know what are some of your favourites? Not Your Sidekick was a fun… Continue reading My Top 8 LGBTQ Reads
Hello! Thank you everyone for celebrating my blog's 3rd year birthday with me. Today I will be answering your questions about writing and everything else. At the end of this post I will be announcing the giveaway winners, so stay tuned! Jai Lynn asked... When did you first realize you wanted to be a writer?… Continue reading Celebrating 3 years of blogging // Q&A part 3 and giveaway winner announcement!
Hi everyone! I'm back today to answer more of your questions! First of all I just want to thank everyone who has participated in the giveaway. I know the blogiversary celebration has come at a time when there are terrifying things going on in the world, but hopefully the giveaway (and these posts) have lightened… Continue reading Celebrating 3 years of blogging // Answering all your questions about blogging!