By Ralph Ellison Rating: 🙂 🙂 🙂 Goodreads Rating: 3.83 Genre: Racial Commentary Fiction written pre-civil rights movement Publication Date: 1952 Format Read: Physical copy from school Challenges met: Read Harder Challenge Goodreads Summary: First published in 1952 and immediately hailed as a masterpiece, Invisible Man is one of those rare novels that have changed … More Review: Invisible Man (This slow, long read had meaning in the end)
Today, rather than a typically boring post from me, I’m excited to introduce William to the blog!! William is a writer and social media manager, as well as one of the founding forces of Crazy Essays, and he decided to share with us the 9 most important rules about blogging, that some people have no … More Guest Post: 9 Unspoken Rules You Should NOT Break When Blogging
Before I start this, I wanted to point out that I’m trying out a new theme for my featured images!! I know you can’t see it from this page, but if you want to go to the home page and check it out and tell me what you think I’ll love you forever!! ❤ Dear … More An Open Letter to an Author
Today, Write Through the Night (and all of you guys) has the pleasure of featuring author Alistair Cross!! Alistair wrote an urban fantasy/dark fiction novel The Angel Alejandro, and it was finally published this January. I was lucky enough to be able to ask him some questions about his book, writing, and himself! On The Angel … More Author Interview: Alistair Cross
Hey guys!! This post is inspired by one of my favorite book blogs out there, The Bookworm Girls 123! About a month ago they did a post where they posted covers to popular books which they know nothing about, and then tried to describe what they thought of it solely based on the cover. This … More The Book Cover Guessing Game
By Liane Moriarty Rating: 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 Goodreads Rating: 3.55 Genre: New Fiction w/ mystery element Publication Date: July 26th 2016 Format Read: Phone Ebook Challenges met: Read Harder Challenge Goodreads Summary: Six responsible adults. Three cute kids. One small dog. It’s just a normal weekend. What could possibly go wrong? Sam and Clementine … More Review: Truly Madly Guilty (It had me hooked, but was missing something)
For Valentine’s Day this year, I wrote a sonnet to my mom, because I normally write her cute poetry since she’s my only possible Valentine (you are either going to judge me or completely relate so I’m not too worried). This year, I decided to publish it, because I was really happy with the way … More Writing: A Shakespearean Sonnet
Yes, this post is exactly what the title sounds like– me, turning what could be a really educational talk into a fun conversation about the sexiest guys in George RR Martin’s series, A Song of Ice and Fire. Complete with the best possible pictures of them from the TV show. Yes people, this is about … More A Look at Perspective, aka an Educational Excuse to Talk About Hot Guys in ASOIAF
Thank you so much to Tavleen @ Travelling Through Words for nominating me for this award!! It means so much that you would think to nominate me 🙂 This tag was originally created by Okoto Enigma RULES… Put the award logo/image on your blog List the rules. Thank whoever nominated you and provide a link to their … More The Mystery Blogger Award!
Just a month ago, I first stumbled across one of Susan’s many service based blogs–Book Blogger Listing— and then from there made my way around to see all of her other great blogs: My Book Tour, eBook Review Gal, and DIY Mom. All of them had equal effort put in, and there was INCREDIBLE content on each. After … More Blogger Interview: Susan Barton– Books, Tours, DIY, and More!!