Book blogging with anxiety

When you’re standing on the outside, looking in on book bloggers, or any kind of blogger for that matter, looking through that fence, it’s so easy to feel like book blogging is easy. Even I, when I first started blogging, before and these first few days of getting into the grove, I thought book blogging […]

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Blog Tour Review: Girl Gone Viral, Arvin Ahmadi

There are no spoilers in this review. I discovered Arvin Ahmadi’s writing with his debut last year, Down and Across and right there and then, I knew he was a promising author to follow. His sophomore novel, Girl Gone Viral, is a 360° turn from his contemporary, coming-of-age debut and yet, it only showed me […]

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5 reasons I keep on writing book reviews

Reviews are kind of the black sheep in the book blogging community, which, when you think about it, doesn’t make a whole lot of sense. I mean, we, bookworms, screaming about books all day long, are supposed to thrive on book reviews, aren’t we? Aren’t book reviews the best way to scream about the books […]

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Review: Bright Burning Stars, A.K Small

There are no spoilers in this review. Bright Burning Stars was way darker than I expected it to be and I advise you to check the trigger warnings, if you want to know exactly what I’m talking about. It’s, well, dark, and more often than not it felt like reading a story about a train […]

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A Talk With: Isabel Sterling, on These Witches Don’t Burn

Hi friends! I’m finally back with another Talk With!! In case you missed it, “A Talk With” is a brand new feature here on Drizzle & Hurricane Books, where I will invite young adult book authors to chat with me about their upcoming books, share their writing tips and tricks and more! I’m having today […]

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Am I addicted to books? (Probably)

Happy Wednesday, friends! I hope your week has been good to you so far. I kind of wanted to talk about lighter topics today and what’s lighter than books? I know, when they’re like 1000 pages and fall on your head, they’re not that light, but that’s not the point. My lovely friends Malka and […]

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