Five Middle Grade Novels I Love

Five Middle Grade Novels I Love

Young Adult fiction is totally my favourite thing when it comes to books, but sometimes I need a bit of a break from the thick monsters that people call YA these days (looking right at you, Brandon Sanderson), and middle grade fiction is a wonderful place to go.   Why...
Recipe: Plot Twists 101

Recipe: Plot Twists 101

Disclaimer: this is a humourous post meant to amuse, not to instruct. You have been warned. 😉 We’ve all had that one book that totally blew our minds with the crazy twists and turns of the plot, always keeping us on our toes. How do authors come up with such...
Cover Reveal: ROMANOV, Nadine Brandes

Cover Reveal: ROMANOV, Nadine Brandes

I find it ironic that since doing a post on ‘how to afford books as a broke bookworm’ I have done three posts. Two out of those three have been me getting excited about books. Is that going to stop me from continuing with this post of all my...
Book Review: WHAT BLOOMS FROM DUST, James Markert

Book Review: WHAT BLOOMS FROM DUST, James Markert

One of my favourite parts about being a reader is when I read what I thought was just a general book and then it smacks me in the face and jumps onto my favourites list right away. There’s nothing like a happy surprise. 😛 What Blooms From Dust was one of those...
Touring My TBR

Touring My TBR

Several months ago I came up with this brilliant idea that I could do a fun post about my TBR for the second half of the year. Unfortunately…I completely forgot. And now there’s only four-and-a-bit months left. Is that stopping me from doing this anyway?...
Flash Fiction: The Man Wearing Black

Flash Fiction: The Man Wearing Black

Despite it being a Camp NaNoWriMo month—and thus having me busy writing the first draft of a new novel—I’ve been in a bit of a short story mood recently. New characters appearing and bouncing around inside my head until I grant them a short scene, old characters...

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