Why and how you should support book bloggers

Hello friends, happy Wednesday! Today is Valentine’s Day, a day where we should celebrate love… well, if we listen to everything that’s being said all around the world. Instead of talking about OTPs and other cheesy kind of things you can find in our beloved books, I decided, instead, to talk about book bloggers. The […]

Read More

Review: Eliza and her monsters, Francesca Zappia

There are no spoilers in this review. To be completely honest with you, I expected to love this book. A lot of my blogging friends loved and recommended Eliza and Her Monsters to me for a little while now and, from the synopsis and the topics it seemed to tackle, it seemed exactly like my […]

Read More

Getting real: all of my book blogging pressures

You know me, I always try and make a point of being completely honest about my book blogging experience. If you’ve been here for a while, you will also know that I am trying my hardest to be honest and as real as I can in all of my blog posts, especially when it comes […]

Read More

Talking about love and my WIP, a.k.a the Valentine’s Day Write Tag!

That’s right, I am back to talk about my WIP today. I feel like I’ve been mentioning it a little sporadically on the blog, but hey, I’m making progress from that time I never, ever talked about what I was writing, right? I feel like I should be proud somewhere there, but instead I’m still […]

Read More

Review: Girls Made of Snow and Glass, Melissa Bashardoust

There are no spoilers in this review. A spotlight shined on Girls Made of Snow and Glass last year, as the book was released and tons of book bloggers were talking about this debut positively, marketed as a retelling of Snow White, on their own blogs and social media. It’s not (only) because of these […]

Read More