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 have mixed feelings about this book. In some regards it was good, but it needed a bit more polishing and there were a couple of aspects that I found to be problematic.
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.
I would recommend Prince of Shadows by Rachel Caine. In this post I discuss why and also the impact that the author has had on my own life.
Reflecting on my experience reading SFF as a woman.
I loved this book. I discuss why I loved it and who I would recommend it to here.
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.
My review for Charlie N. Holmberg’s The Will and the Wilds. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys reading light Fantasy.