Allyship, Black Lives Matter

Allyship Check-In: No 6

Hello, lovelies. I hope you're hanging in there and staying healthy. At this point, that's all you can do. Since I really liked I how I wrote this before, I'm going to quote it again, in case this is your first time reading this type of "wrap-up": Like I mentioned before, I wanted to compile… Continue reading Allyship Check-In: No 6

Books, Reviews

Mini Reviews No 2

Hello, lovelies! I promised that I'd be sprinkling in mini reviews going forward, so here is my latest batch! I hope you enjoy! Title: Heart of Fire Author: Bec McMaster Publisher: Lochaber Press Blurb: The old eddas speak of dreki—fabled creatures who haunt the depths of Iceland's volcanoes, and steal away fair maidens. Freyja wants none… Continue reading Mini Reviews No 2

Discussion

My Quest to Become a Better Blogger

Hello lovelies! I hope you're all doing well! As you may have seen from Monday's post, where I discussed how I want to shake up my review structure, it's gotten me thinking about myself as a book blogger on the whole and if there is anything I can do better. The short answer: yes, absolutely… Continue reading My Quest to Become a Better Blogger

Discussion

A Review Style Restructure

Hello lovelies! I hope you're all doing well as we start off another week. Life is about to get really hectic for me (I'll have to write about that in another post!), so we'll have to see how everything goes and how much of a balancing act I can pull off with everything. I'm also… Continue reading A Review Style Restructure

Discussion

Let’s Talk Bookish: Online Personas and Book Blogging

Hello, lovelies! Happy Friday! I know this week has dragged on a bit too much for me, so I am excited for the weekend, where I can hopefully recharge and relax a bit. It's Friday, so time for a new discussion post! As always, Let's Talk Bookish is a weekly meme hosted by Rukky @… Continue reading Let’s Talk Bookish: Online Personas and Book Blogging

Random Musings

Searching for Gray Amidst Black and White

Hello, lovelies! Happy Monday! It's time for another personal post (so, warning you now, before you curse at me when I lure you into reading about me as a human who emotions and struggles, instead of our usual banter about books or writing wonders). But, I apparently suffer from black and white thinking, which is… Continue reading Searching for Gray Amidst Black and White

Discussion

Let’s Talk Bookish: Reviews and Self-Published Books

Hello, lovelies! I hope you're all doing well. I know I promised more discussion posts, in my last monthly wrap-up, but I didn't tell you exactly how I was going to be doing that. Well, I've decided to participate in Let's Talk Bookish, a weekly meme hosted by Rukky @ Eternity Books and Dani @ Literary… Continue reading Let’s Talk Bookish: Reviews and Self-Published Books

Books, Reviews

Velocity Weapon

Title: Velocity Weapon Author: Megan E. O'Keefe Published: June by Orbit Books Blurb: Dazzling space battles, intergalactic politics, and rogue AI collide in Velocity Weapon, the first book in this epic space opera by award-winning author Megan O'Keefe. Sanda and Biran Greeve were siblings destined for greatness. A high-flying sergeant, Sanda has the skills to take… Continue reading Velocity Weapon

Writing

Freelance Editing 1 Year Anniversary!

Hello, lovelies! I hope you're all doing well and hanging in there. It's been a bit of a whirlwind over here in my corner of the world. My day job is off-the-walls hectic right now, to the point where I didn't even get to write/post this as I planned to, yesterday. But, I was so… Continue reading Freelance Editing 1 Year Anniversary!

Bookish Breakdown

Bookish Breakdown No 19: July 2020

Hello, lovelies! Well, July was...something. It continues to be dumpster fire after dumpster fire, which can be really overwhelming, at times. I'm trying to keep my head up, but, not going to lie: it's been a bit of a struggle, especially given everything going on in the world currently (and especially America). I'm trying to… Continue reading Bookish Breakdown No 19: July 2020