The very talented Chase Verity had a few seconds to answer some questions for us. She also has a book, My Heart Is Ready, coming out on December 15th, just in time for Christmas! Be sure to check her out! 1) For any of our readers who don't know you, why don't you give… Continue reading Interview with Chace Verity
Hi, I'm still here. I know I haven't really posted all month, and I want to apologize. I've been working on National Novel Writing Month, as I have mentioned, as well as finishing up on my second novella, Prison 456 (which is available for pre-order ), as well as studying for a test I have on… Continue reading Where Have I Been?
Do you dog-ear pages? Only use magnet bookmarks? Write in your books? Always take the slip off of hardcovers? Everyone has their own special book quirks. I have yet to see someone have mine. I don't even know how to describe why I do this. I am a person who likes repetitive movements, which is… Continue reading Book Quirks
I know this is a blog about reading, but I have to talk about National Novel Writing Month. It's the hardest month of the year for me, but it's also usually the best. National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, is the entire month of November, and the goal of the month is to write 50K… Continue reading National Novel Writing Month!
I was lucky enough to grab an interview with Jasmine Hong the other day. I got the chance to beta read a story for Jasmine a little while ago, and I can say she has some very interesting ideas. Jasmine is an incredibly talented writer who has some work coming out in 2018 I am… Continue reading Interview with Jasmine Hong
Usually, blogs give advice. Usually, I'm pretty good at giving advice. But I've been having an issue I don't know how to solve. It's probably clear from the title of this. I don't know how to get back into reading. I thought I was making progress. I graduated college in May, and I realized I… Continue reading How Do I Start Reading Again?
I have read many books that have later on become movies, and I have read many books I wanted to become movies. Movies that were books first get a bad rap, and I'm going to admit, sometimes, they don't deserve it. Sometimes they absolutely do. The Giver was never my favorite book. It was alright, but… Continue reading Books vs. Movies