Last year, I read a bunch of ARCs, which pushed back what I wanted to read. (I'm talking about reading almost twenty ARCs with access to hundreds more. So, over 50% of what I read was an ARC.) I ended up not reading all the books I was looking forward to last year. So, this … Continue reading Books I’m looking forward to reading in 2023
What I wish I saw more in books
I’ve read countless books and loved them, but I also feel that there are parts of life that many books don’t mention. There is so much that doesn’t make it to the bookshelves. As a disclaimer, most of the books I’ve read are YA fiction, so this is mostly criticizing that genre. But some of … Continue reading What I wish I saw more in books
How does a book become a book? — part three
If you missed the first two parts, here's part one and part two. #5 — Making the most of your marketing plans Look at where you can submit your book to win awards. (I suggest the Writer's Market book for this. They list many places you can to submit to. They also come out with … Continue reading How does a book become a book? — part three
Get To Know Ya Book Tag
I found this book tag over on My World Of Books blog, and I thought it would be a fun one to do. I hope you enjoy! FAVORITE BOOK(S) OF ALL TIME I have too many books that are my favorites and what I would consider 'a book of all time.' I'll run through a … Continue reading Get To Know Ya Book Tag
Book review – We Are Okay (Spoiler Free)
“I wonder if there's a secret current that connects people who have lost something. Not in the way that everyone loses something, but in the way that undoes your life, undoes your self, so that when you look at your face it isn't yours anymore.” Title: We Are OkayAuthor: Nina LaCourGenre: FictionPages: 236 pagesPublication date: … Continue reading Book review – We Are Okay (Spoiler Free)
2020 writing goals
Happy New Year (a day early), everyone! Since it's a new year, it's time to make some writing goals. I wasn't able to complete my goals from last year. But I did take a lot of steps to complete them, and I have a pile of rejection letters to prove it. So, 2020 is a … Continue reading 2020 writing goals
Schedule some breaks
No one can do something every day of their life without getting bored or losing energy. Remember to schedule in a nice healthy break every once in a while. You deserve it.
20 Questions Book Tag
Hey everyone! Since the last book tag went well, I decided to do another! I found this one on abooknation's blog, and it seems fun and unique. So, here we go! 1. How many books are too many in a series? Depends on the series. For example, The Mortal Instruments was well written … Continue reading 20 Questions Book Tag
Does editing make me a better writer?
People suggest writers to read more, but some also suggest editing. Does editing make writers better though? Besides helping with grammar mistakes though, how does editing improve a writer's skill? In a way, it helps me understand the publishing business more. When I was mainly a writer, I knew how the publishing industry worked, but … Continue reading Does editing make me a better writer?