Reading is a relaxation hobby. This means it’s super important that the place where you read is almost as important as the reading itself. If you can’t get comfortable then you’re definitely not going to enjoy the reading experience. So here is my guide to my favourite places to reading spots.
Today’s blog is a little bit different. Rather than me recommending books to you, I went out into the book blogosphere and asked some lovely bloggers to recommend me a book! So here are those recommendations!
Today is the publication day of Secrets in Phoenix by Gabriella Lepore and to celebrate I caught up with Ben, from OfTomes Publishing, and Gabriella and asked them a few questions about their experience leading up to today!
I was lucky enough to receive an illustrated copy of Stephen King’s Joyland and let me tell you that anyone who buys this in for a visual and literary treat! The artwork in this book is stunning! The map style drawing on the back is completely different but complements the cover very nicely. It’s bright tones show both side to the narrative.
So I am going to Greece for a week and by the time you read this I will have just landed! Yes that’s right don’t worry Blogtober is still happening and I will continue to provide you with bookish goodness each day while I’m away… it just might have been pre-planned goodness.
This book is absolutely fantastic. It takes the description of hero to a whole new level. Being written by three authors this book has a level of deep cohesion that I hadn’t expected.
In an attempt to become more involved in the blogging community, I want to spend a bit of time (probably once a month) praising other bloggers who I think contribute a lot to the blogging community and have really cool stuff to say. So here is my first Blogger Spotlight.
Today is the beginning of the 3 day extravaganza known as Book are my Bag. According to their website: “BOOKS ARE MY BAG, celebrates books and bookshops and the simple truth that bookshops do more physically to let people enjoy their passion for books.
A new section I’d like to start is to give a bit of information about what’s going on in the publishing world from what I’ve read and thought was most interesting! This will start off as bi-monthly and I’ll see how it goes!
Be introduced to the brilliant debut author Dawn Kurtagich, she’s a brilliant thriller YA writer and you can learn more about her and her debut novel The Dead House in this Q&A.
Just want to say thanks to Dawn for taking part in #DKQnA!