Hello, fellow readers and writers! It’s been another unusual but exciting year so far with current events, but I hope all of you reading are
Hello, fellow readers and writers! I hope that all of you are well. This year has been quite surprising, for lack of better words. There
As all of you probably know from following me, I write fanfiction. Given the circumstances of this year, it’s also not a surprise that I’ve
Hello, fellow readers and writers! I hope all of you are well. Back in August, if were following me on Twitter, I asked if there
For those that remember my previous post about NaNoWriMo 2020, you know that I participated in NaNoWriMo this year. It was also my first time
Greetings, fellow writers and readers! I hope all of you are having a good fall season so far. I previously mentioned, in my past update
Hello, fellow readers and writers! I hope that all of you are well. For those that have followed me for a while now, you may
This time, I’ll be answering questions from the “Writer Tag!” I found this tag on inkblotsandicebergs’ blog, and I realized, upon discovering this tag, that I’ve never participated in any tags about myself as a writer yet. All the tags I did before this one are all Book Tags. I figured that this would be a fun change of pace, so here are my answers to all the questions for this tag!
Today, I’m participating in the “Zodiac Book Tag!” I found this on bookishwisps’ blog, and I was interested in trying this out. So…why not? Here are the questions and my answers!
A long, long time ago, I got a comment on one of my early posts on this site, asking about how I found books to read and review so quickly. Today’s post will answer that question.
Given that we are in the middle of a pandemic right now, and a lot of you may be reading more books than usual and/or wanting to read more books than you usually do, I realized that I might as well explain how I find all the books to read, especially since I do my best to post book reviews weekly (and occasionally twice a week, if I seriously have a ton of books I’ve read recently). My hope is that some of you will be able to take away some new book-finding strategies from this list, and that this helps you find some new books to read!