Hey everybody! Fall is finally here! It is my favorite time to read, also winter because I get to be so cozy, and it is my favorite season! I love the leaves, wearing long sleeve shirts, drinking hot chocolate, and so much more. Mostly, I am going to see how many books I read before the year ends. I probably won’t get to my goal of one hundred though, only if I try really hard I’ll get there!
Hey everybody! So, Becca @ Becca and Books has started the “Blogger Positivity Movement.” After seeing all of the drama on Twitter between bloggers, she has gotten tired of it. Now, she has started this amazing movement. Just because it was so awesome and I am all about being positive, I decided to join in on the fun. Keep on reading if you would like to know more and how you can join in on the action.
Hey everyone! I have a lot of discussion posts and all of them are really good, but they are all pros and cons. Today, I want to ignore the pros and cons and just stick to a random discussion about mild language in books.
Yes, it is not random. It is a pretty specific topic to do a post about, but the randomness point doesn’t really matter to me.
Hey everybody! I recently got done with How to Steal a Dog, a novel by the amazing Barbara O’ Connor. I have had the novel for a few years now and since I have been craving for something to read, I have decided to read this wonderful book again!
Honestly, you should never steal a dog in real life because you could make the owner really sad or mad and it is not the right thing to do to somebody’s dog. Anyway, check out my review of Barbara O’ Connor’s How to Steal a Dog!
Hello beautiful people! I have done my first ever interview with one of my favorite bloggers in the whole entire galaxy, Kayla @ KDrewKtheBookworm! She reviews young adult and middle grade books, she does tags, and she has also created “Top Ten Thursday!”
I got the chance to ask her eight questions about books and blogging. If you want to know more about Kayla, do not be afraid to keep on reading! Trust me, this post doesn’t bite. Continue reading
Also, today is the final characters of the Incognito series, but next year I will have more new characters from the sequel of my novel which is actually a work in progress right now. Keep your eyes open.
Bookstagram is a great way to gain followers and show off beautiful pictures of your books. I thought that Instagram created a special picture sharing website just for bookish people because they know we bookworms are THE BEST! It turns out that it is just on Instagram, but we can’t get everything that we want.
Hey everyone! I am so excited to announce that I am hosting my first ever writing camp! I miss out on the opportunity to sign up for a writing camp and I get really sad because I didn’t sign up. What’s better than doing a writing camp? Hosting it!
Anyway, if you want to enter, keep on reading! This is the first annual writing boot camp on my blog and I would love for you to be a part of it!
Anyway, feel free to check out my review of Marisa de los Santos and David Teague’s Connect the Stars by clicking the “read more” button below! You probably already knew that though.
Hey everyone! Is it just me or did it seem like August went by so fast? I think it’s everybody who thinks that and I am glad that I am not the only one. Anyway, I am back with another monthly post for you all!
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