We’re halfway through the year (even if it might not seem like it) so it’s time to review the goals I set at the beginning of the year. I set my Goodreads Reading Challenge at 30 with the intention to read more physical chonkers that are weighing down my shelves. I didn’t actually read that
This post contains affiliate links. Click here for the full disclosure. Welcome to the blog tour of Kenneth B. Andersen’s four book in the Great Devil War series, The Angel of Evil. As I’ve not read it yet, I’ve opted to do a spotlight instead. Reviews will come to the blog later. Thank you again
Amistad Books started a great initiative to elevate black voices in the publishing world with the hashtag #BlackoutBestsellerList. See their tweet below. https://twitter.com/AmistadBooks/status/1272151946082881538 You still have one day to participate and buy books by black authors. It doesn’t matter which books, or where from. Every sale is more support. We, as a community, can show
I already talked about being on the panel for the Book Bloggers’ Novel of the Year Award at the beginning of the year. The authors all signed up and the lovely people who are helping out the organisation made a list of all the entries. There were two I read before, one I have on
It warms my heart every time I see another person jumping on the boat of indie publishing. Chris Durston pressed the publish button and now his book, Each Little Universe is available for purchase. It’s incredibly hard to take that next step from finished story to a finished book. And most of it is guts.
A quarter of the year has passed and I’m already halfway done with my Goodreads Reading Challenge. At the beginning of the year I set the challenge to thirty books with the intention to read bigger books. I dubbed the year ‘the year of the chonk’. But so far I’ve only read four chonkers. I’m
New indie author Christian Cura asked me if I wanted to share an excerpt of his new book Dreams of Thunder, which is set to be released in December. After reading the summary of the first book, I was pleasantly surprised. The premise is interesting and you know I’m in for a good paranormal book.
It’s almost one year ago since I published my first book, Tales of Lunis Aquaria, and a lot has changed. I wanted to do something as a celebration and offering the book for free seemed like a nice thing to do given the current situation. I’ve set it for free on Kobo and Smashwords, and
With the amount of new books beings released every week, it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Honestly, I can’t even keep track of every book coming out, especially if you also consider all the new indie releases. That’s why I made a list of nineteen science-fiction/fantasy books from Asian authors that caught my eye. All of
This review is part of the blog tour hosted by The Write Reads. Thank you to Dave and Dave for the opportunity to read this book! More book tours? Yes, and even more after this. Even though I said when I began blogging I wouldn’t do book tours, it seems the majority of my review