The Book’s Basics Title: The Radium Girls Author: Kate Moore Series: No. Genre: Non-fiction, but told like a story. Length: 480 pages Initial Reaction: Anger that women were treated this way, but grateful that working conditions have improved. Summary This book explores the stories of women who worked as painters in the early to midContinue reading “Book Rec: The Radium Girls by Kate Moore”
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 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.