Hey all, Dani here. This is going to be a pretty short post, but I have an announcement. So, I was wasting time on YouTube a little bit ago and watching TBR videos for the Biannual Bibliothon and then I came across Kellys BookSpill's video on tips and tricks for readathons, and she mentioned that… Continue reading 24 Hourathon – Let’s Read Some Books
Hey all, Dani here. Happy book birthday to Kara Connolly for this lovely book I'm reviewing today. I was lucky enough to receive an e-galley of this by the publisher through NetGalley, so thank you for that. I was especially lucky that I was able to squeeze this into my reading calendar just in time… Continue reading Review: No Good Deed by Kara Connolly
Hey all, Dani here. First thing's first: thank you so much to everyone who has been checking out my blog, liking my posts, and commenting on them. Last month I had the highest stats for the whole 18 months of this blog, and already this month you amazing people have surpassed those stats. I am… Continue reading Review: Into the Dim by Janet B. Taylor
I always like to support self-published authors, and this book does sound interesting so…here we go with a little signal boosting. Feel free to share to your own social media platforms.
So you might be wondering why I jumped from being a reviewer to review requester for this once , but I recently fell in love with the blurb of a book and want you guys to read it , too ! ( I mean , I need a fangirl team , right ? )
Recently I was contacted by Michael to read his box set of 3 books and review them. I don’t know why but I was snagged the moment I read the word ‘Arena’ . You all know I love History and ‘Arena’ meant something in history . And there are gladiators ! How can I not fall for it when it has gladiators ?
But the problem is …I’m not accepting e-books right now . Michael is an indie-author and I’m feeling guilty allover because I’m requesting a print copy . So I’m going to be the…
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Hey all, Dani here. So, I don't know if I've really mentioned this before, but I enjoy participating in readathons. Now, I'm pretty decent at keeping a reading schedule most of the time, but there's just something about a readathon that only increases my productivity. In 2016 I participated in Dewey's 24 Hour Readathon twice… Continue reading Biannual Bibliothon Summer 2017 TBR
Hey all, Dani here. Wow...we are seriously already halfway through the month of July. Time is just flying by and I don't know that I like it that much. Anyway, today I'm here to give a little insight as to how my Camp NaNoWriMo experience is going so far. And by that, I mean, talk… Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo Midpoint Check-in
Hey all, Dani here. I'm back with another early review on a book I received at BookExpo/BookCon. Of course, I was also approved for an e-galley of this book from the publisher via NetGalley. Obviously this is where I state that receiving a copy did not influence my opinion on this book. Oh, and when… Continue reading Review: Strange Practice by Vivian Shaw
Hey all, Dani here. Today I'm here to talk about a book I picked up at BookExpo this year. I was lucky enough to meet author Amanda Foody and get my ARC signed, and I'll just say right now that she was so nice. I really loved how she wanted to collect the business cards… Continue reading Review: Daughter of the Burning City by Amanda Foody
Hey all, Dani here. Okay, so I've been seeing this tag pop up quite a bit, so it's about time that I just jump on board and do it myself. First I saw it over on Rachel's blog (rachaelrexds), and most recently I saw it on a new book blog I'm following by Dawlyn and… Continue reading Mid Year Book Freakout Tag
Hey all, Dani here. Today I'm here to bring you a slightly early review, and by that I mean that this book will be released tomorrow, July 11. I was lucky enough to receive a digital copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley, but it should be noted that this in no way… Continue reading Review: First Watch by Dale Lucas