Brief Biography Victoria (V.E) Schwab lives between the US, Scotland, and France. She was born in the late 80’s. She went to Washington University and majored in Communication Design after deciding against several other majors. She has published a lot of stories, with a mix of different age groups and formats. Her first book, TheContinue reading “Reading to Write Series: V.E. Schwab”
An overview of a new series where I will be reading books by specific authors and will try to learn from them to improve my own writing.
I’ve read a fair amount of books on writing over the years, but these ones are the ones that I have found the most helpful.
Over the past month and a bit I’ve been in a book slump. I can feel that I am coming out of it, so now I’m looking forward to books that I’m excited to read.
Over the past couple of years, I’ve been collecting signed copies of books. I talk about the beneficial impacts that signed copies can have for authors and readers.
Reflecting on my experience reading SFF as a woman.
In univerisy, I encountered people who considered Classic book to be superior to all other forms of literature. This can be harmful, and I explore why in this post.
I’m not a fast reader, which is slightly unfortunate as I love to read. I explore this and how I want to improve my reading speed, while also not being too hard on myself.
An explanation of why I’m not rating books on a numbered scale, but am framing my reviews as recommendations to friends.
How I keep track of my books, e-books, and audiobooks.