Hey everyone! Over the years, as Sophie's Corner got onto its feet and gained more followers, I've gotten emails from writers asking me to read and review their book on my blog. Many of these works were in the YA genre and had fascinating synopses; they sounded like books that I would enjoy, that readers… Continue reading Let’s Chat // Re-Thinking the Books We Read #IndieAugust
Hey everyone! These past few weeks I've been in a mini-review phase. No matter what book I read, even if it is a book that I enjoyed, I can't seem to sit down and write out a full 750-word review. So... Today I want to open the discussion about mini-reviews and hear you guys's thoughts.… Continue reading Let’s Chat // Mini-Reviews… Yay or Nay?
Hey everyone! How is it going? Today I want to talk about something that has been on my mind for a while. I don't know about you guys, but my reading tastes change from time to time. A couple of years ago, I'd say that I am a contemporary fan, but now I am more… Continue reading Let’s Chat! How my reading evolved
Hey everyone! Wow, it is going to be AUGUST already!! Can you believe it?! I sure can’t! I feel like I’ve said this every month for the last 2 years of blogging hahahaha, BUT hey I’m going to say it again XD Overall July has been a good month. I finished the third draft of… Continue reading July Wrap-Up & August Goals!
Hey everyone! I admit that I am pretty late getting on the NetGalley bandwagon! Although I had an account for a while, I haven't requested too many books because....... well, as a mood reader, making a commitment to read a book terrifies me!! I can't predict which book I will want to read one, two,… Continue reading NetGalley Book Tag!
Whoa. What?! Last thing I remembered I was still writing the final battle scene between the heroes and the villains for the longest time and... now it's done? WHAT? I am in total writing hangover mode haha. So on July 6, 2019, at around 11:30PM, I finished writing Children of the Sun, draft 3. Although… Continue reading I finished my WIP?! (+ anesthetics & snippet!!)
Set in the rich farmland of California’s Salinas Valley, this sprawling and often brutal novel follows the intertwined destinies of two families—the Trasks and the Hamiltons—whose generations helplessly reenact the fall of Adam and Eve and the poisonous rivalry of Cain and Abel. Adam Trask came to California from the East to farm and raise… Continue reading Mini-Review: East of Eden