Happy Tuesday! I’ve been a tad busy, so I decided to do a short and sweet post today - The Book Blogger Test tag! I was tagged by the amazing Ainslee at Jest and Hearts!
Get to know more about author Hannah Lynn as she discusses her latest novel, The Afterlife of Walter Augustus, her writing process, and much more (including a hint at a future novels in the works!) You can find my review of her book here. Thank you again Hannah for doing an interview with me!
Book Title: The Afterlife of Walter Augustus Author: Hannah Lynn Format: Ebook Genre: Fictional, Paranormal My Rating: 4 stars! Synopsis: Walter Augustus is dead. His current state of existence has become a monotony of sweet tea and lonely strolls and after decades stuck in the Interim — a posthumous waiting room for those still… Continue reading The Afterlife of Walter Augustus: Blog Tour!
Hello and welcome back to another Sunday Post! The Sunday Post is a weekly meme hosted by Kimberly at the Caffeinated Reviewer.
Hello my book dragons and welcome to my second post in the Book Box Delights series, and my first ever unboxing! For this post I will be discussing the LitJoy June crate! WARNING: THIS POST IS AN UNBOXING AND WILL CONTAIN SPOILERS! My purchase experience: This isn’t my first ever book box, but it is… Continue reading LitJoy June Crate Unboxing
A few weeks ago, I announced I’d release a series about subscription book boxes. What better way to kick off this series than with a discussion of the nitty gritty of subscription boxes in general!
Happy Sunday my book dragons! I hope everyone is doing well and discovered some new treasures! I'm back this week with another Sunday Post! The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimberly at the Caffeinated Reviewer! I recently did my first one a few weeks back, and loved it so much I decided to do it again! Let's dive in!
Hello everyone! I am so honored to have been nominated for the Mystery Blogger Award by Sadie. She runs a fantastic book blog where she features female YA authors and discusses all things bookish and nerdy; how great is that?!
Most people know the phrase “you can’t judge a book by its cover” I feel like this is an important life message to people. But where did this oh-so-popular and impactful phrase originate?
Happy Sunday my book dragons! I hope you’ve all devoured some great books! I’ve been experimenting with some weekly memes, and today I’m doing the Sunday Post! The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimberly at the Caffeinated Reviewer, and it is a blog news post! I’m really excited to give this a go, so let’s begin!