So you probably noticed that I haven't done a "Favorites of the Month!" post for a little while now. There are many reasons, some of which are: some months I don't read as much so I have less to post about some months I read a ton but have no faves some months I've just… Continue reading Favorites of the Last Few Months!
One battle is over, but the war has just begun. They escaped the Five Realms and have found a home, but peace is much harder to find. The aftermath of the Battle of Sarikar should have been a time to mourn those lost in the slaughter. The enemies of Armania are many, however, and when… Continue reading Book Review: King’s War
There's always some sort of conversation around ARCs. Some people think they're pure gold, some people think they're not worth all that hype, some think they shouldn't be sold, and so on. I usually avoid the conversation, simply because I like to collect ARCs. Some people don't like that. They're entitled to that opinion. :)… Continue reading ARCs: Why do I Enjoy Collecting?
This guest review is kindly written by Ash from For the Love of Books. She's an wonderful and super amazing blogger and since I'm unable to post reviews until my internet is back she volunteered to post. Thank you, Ash! If I don't respond to your comment, it's because I'm still MIA from the internet.… Continue reading Book Review: The Tattooist of Auschwitz
As a prelude to this post, in case you didn't know: ARC stands for Advanced Reading Copy. ARCs are distributed prior to a book's release in the form of paperback books or ebook copies. Over this week, I'm going to be covering how to find and request DRCs(DRCs = Digital Review Copies), and part two,… Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to Requesting ARCs: Part One
Aspiring filmmaker and wallflower Twinkle Mehra has stories she wants to tell and universes she wants to explore, if only the world would listen. So when fellow film geek Sahil Roy approaches her to direct a movie for the upcoming Summer Festival, Twinkle is all over it. The chance to publicly showcase her voice as… Continue reading Book Review: From Twinkle With Love
A review policy is a like a dossier. It tells people who want to ask you to review their books several thing. first, it lets them know you want them to ask. second, it lets them know if they should ask. It contains your reading preferences, what format of books you accept, and straight up… Continue reading How to Write a Super Snazzy Review Policy