blogging tips

Tips & Tricks for Requesting Review Copies for International Bloggers

Time for more dubious blogging advice.  Elise @ The Bookish Actress recently did a wonderful post on requesting review copies which you have to check out! It's a really useful guide. But that post reminded me about a draft I had for months now - and it's about that same topic, except focused on international… Continue reading Tips & Tricks for Requesting Review Copies for International Bloggers

Misc

Book Blogger Awards 2019

Finally, I get to gush about my favorite people. It's time to nominate people for the annual Book Blogging Awards and I am so excited! This was originally by Write Through the Night but now it has passed on to the most lovely human being on the internet - May @ Forever and Everly! May… Continue reading Book Blogger Awards 2019

2019 releases · short stories

Myths, Storytelling and Reclaiming Agency: A Cathedral of Myth and Bone by Kat Howard

"The story knows the way of its telling." I have said on numerous occasions - I have a lot of trouble with short stories. I have only ever been impressed with a couple of short stories, and more often find them tiresome and not consistent enough to be liked as a whole. I always fall… Continue reading Myths, Storytelling and Reclaiming Agency: A Cathedral of Myth and Bone by Kat Howard

discussions

Discussion: How Has My Reading Changed in 2018

We are getting to all of those end of the year posts and I am excited.  I truly am excited for all of the reading stats, wrap-ups, gift guides, reading plans for next year - I want it all. Anyways, it's time to reflect on how my reading has changed this year. I have written… Continue reading Discussion: How Has My Reading Changed in 2018

discussions

Discussion: Is Bookstagram Really Just Looks Over Substance?

Let's chat. I find that recently there have been a lot of hot takes on the bookstagram community, mostly from people who aren't part of the community and feel like they should have an opinion on everything. There's one from the Vulture (a really long, overtly flowery piece that has no substance) and one from… Continue reading Discussion: Is Bookstagram Really Just Looks Over Substance?