This book was magical. Just magical. Magic Lessons was enchanting in so many ways, I couldn't put it down from the first page. Alice Hoffman has a way of writing that is so full of magic it's impossible to not fall under her spell. Check out the full review for one of my favourite reads of 2020!
Getting in the right (or write) headspace to get your writing projects can be hard. Here is a checklist to keep you from forgetting the essentials that help you be the most productive.
So, if you read books, you've no doubt heard countless times the age old idiom of 'don't judge a book by its cover'. While I will say that I do not judge the contents of a book by the cover, the cover is definitely what influences me to buy a book first.
NaNoWriMo is here and one of the hardest things is meeting the goal of 50,000 words in 30 days. It isn't easy. We've come up with 5 tips to help set and meet goals to make NaNoWriMo easier and fun this year!
Here's a list of some of the most anticipated reads for you this December to add to your ever growing TBR list!
Spoopy season is over and so it is time for our October Wrap-Up. Amber read 8 books and Samantha slowed it down for once and only read a whopping 13 books. Check out our full wrap up!
Well, for the love of books and music, we decided to compile a playlist, Mixtape Series Vol. 1, for some of the songs we've come across that reminded us of books we've read. In this blog you will find a list of 12 songs and 12 books (all period dramas/classics).
NaNoWriMo is just round the corner and we don’t know about you, but it came a lot faster than we were prepared for. If we had a book for every time we said ‘NaNoWriMo is coming, we need to prep’ over the last few months, we could double our book count. In the meantime, here are some quick points for preparing for NaNoWriMo we think you should act on.
If you have aspirations of writing your own horror novel, here are some creative scene, plot, and dialogue prompts to get you started!
Even though we don't like to read horror, we certainly love to enjoy a good spoopy movie. So, for the love of all things books, we thought we would put together a short list of some movies you may know and some movies that you may not have heard of/watched yet. They are all based on books and guaranteed to have you hiding behind your fingers, pillow, or closest friend.