Feature Friday – Sasha Alsberg – Reader Shaming



How To Use Pinterest For Your Blog — New Lune (Feature Friday)

Most bloggers say they’ve seen a huge difference in terms of traffic because of Pinterest which is the truth in most cases. In my opinion, I wouldn’t consider Pinterest as a social media platform but rather as a search engine. I’ve only been using Pinterest for a couple months now and so far I’ve been […] [...]

Foundryside (Founders, #1) by Robert Jackson Bennett — meltotheany

Goodreads | Amazon US | Barnes & Noble | Book Depository ARC provided by Crown in exchange for an honest review. “Foundryside. The closest thing Sancia had to a home.” This is a really hard book for me to rate. The concepts in this book are so unique and creative; I loved them so very […] [...]

Diverse reads & to be reads of the week — reading peaches

This Stressful Event I’ve been talking about a lot – the reason why I haven’t had time to read & comment on your posts lately, sorry! – is this Friday, so very soon I should finally have time and energy to read again! I managed two stories with trans MCs this week and both of […] [...]

Legendary by Stephanie Garber – Review by A Court of Crowns and Quills

ARC provided by Flatiron in exchange for an honest review Book: Legendary Series: Caraval, #2 Author: Stephanie Garber Pages: 416 Genre: YA Fantasy Publication Date: May 29, 2018 Legendary rating: ★★★★ Caraval rating: ★★★★ Goodreads Synopsis: Stephanie Garber’s limitless imagination takes flight once more in the colorful, mesmerizing, and immersive sequel to the bestselling breakout [...]

Feature Friday – Why I won’t buy books from amazon by pages unbound

Amazon Sells Books at Loss It’s no secret that Amazon’s cheap prices come from selling books at a loss. News stories about the company’s practices have been making news for years. The Seattle Times, for instance, reported in 2012 that Amazon was asking McFarland & Co. to buy their books 45% off the cover price– […] [...]