Today’s post is going to be a review! Before we start, I’ll include my usual disclaimer. I’d like to start by thanking the author, Kelly Wittman, who was kind enough to send me a copy. However, please keep in mind that the following opinions are my own and that the review is honest. Great- let’s get into it!
Who’s epically late doing this thing? That’s right, me. Even though the first part of this went up a few days ago, I was tagged to go this award months ago. Okay, intro over- before we properly begin, though, I want to thank Kelly @ Another Book In The Wall and Chizu @ Of Midnight Ravings for nominating me ❤ [there was another blogger who nominated me, but their account is now gone; I'll link it here if you're interested, cause I managed to save the link when I was tagged].
Today's post is going to be another review! This time, we're looking at Alison Murdoch's Bed 12, as you can tell from the title. It was a very eye-opening read, with a unique writing style and an important message. Before we get into the review, I want to mention that this post is part of a blog tour- as always, I'll leave the poster right below for you to check out the other creators. Let's get into it!
Today’s discussion post will be more on the ranty side, as it’s something I’ve experienced first-hand in real life, and trust me when I say, it’s a pain. Disclaimer, due to some stuff happening with schedule changes, I haven’t been able to hold the book club in a while, but I want to talk to one of my school headmasters to figure something out. We’ll hopefully work something out.
I was tagged by the lovely Noriko @ Diary of a Bookfiend and Michaela @ Journey Into Books to do the Sunshine Blogger Award! To be more specific, I possibly coaxed Noriko into letting me tag myself after seeing her post and was somehow lucky enough to be tagged by Michaela. Thanks, guys! Side note, I was also nominated by Kelly and Chizu- I’ll be answering those questions in another post, though. This one’s pretty long as it is.
Today’s post is going to be a review! Whew, haven’t written one of these in a hot minute. Before we start, I’ll include my usual disclaimer. I’d like to start by thanking the author, Charlie Laidlaw, who was kind enough to send me a copy. However, please keep in mind that the following opinions are my own and that the review is honest. Great- let’s get into it!
So, let’s cut to the chase- I’ve been pretty much inactive over the past two months, with the exception of blog tours here and there. How did this happen? Exams, school, stress and other extracurriculars, to be precise- they were the ones that took up most of my time. A bunch of stuff happened, some of which I’ll write about, and some of which I’ll gloss over.
I'm coming back to you with another post- this time, it's an excerpt for a book I'm really excited for, whose title you can see above in the header. I know I've been absent lately, but worry not! Things are finally looking up, and we'll soon be back to regular programming.
I'm coming back to you today with another Q&A! This time, it's with the lovely Janina Scarlet, author of Therapy Quest, a lovely book that mixes together fantasy, self-help and interactive elements into one beautiful collection. This post is part of a blog tour, to which I left the poster below- make sure to check out the other creators as well!
Today I bring you a lovely interview I had the pleasure to take part in- with Mary Monro, the author of Stranger In My Heart, a story about the quest of a daughter trying to find out more about the father who died when she was 18. It takes us through the author's journey through China and her findings. I had the honour of interviewing her, and I hope I managed to tackle at least some core and some secondary, but interesting, questions.