Aaaaaand I’m back from hiatus! A new month means new book releases! Let’s take a peek at a few of the titles I’m most excited for coming out this month.
Having just finished Bernadine Evaristo’s Award-Winning Novel “Girl, Woman, Other” I’m taking a look at the books that I have left on my to-read pile, and the books that I’ve finished thus far.
Writing advice is incredibly subjective and there are dozens (if not hundreds) of books that purport to contain all of the necessary information needed to write a book. As a writer, I’ve become familiar with a host of “writing advice” that doesn’t sit well (or that I just don’t like.) The first of these is the old mantra: Show, Don’t Tell.
In December of 2018, I decided to participate in the “Reading Challenge” that Goodreads hosts every year. I imagined myself being ambitious when I set my challenge at a measly 15 books. I don’t have to tell you that this goal was easily accomplished—and then some.
The second part of a discussion on bookmarks and styles of bookmark-ing. Now: the unconventional stuff.
How do you bookmark? Let's look at the most traditional bookmarks: paper, laminated, and more!
Much to my (very American) dismay, Australia is not host to Barnes&Noble. Fortunately, there’s an alternative: Dymock’s! This is what it was like…
They say that if you step on a crack, you break your mother’s back. But what about your book’s? Cracked spines are the topic of debate for many bibliophiles—where do you stand?
The next installation in examining popular trends in book cover design! It’s all about flower power—floral motifs, elegant greenery, and bright flowers.
(n.) the overwhelming, and often sudden, inability to read any of your books