Book Tags

This or That Book Tag

Here's a simple one I found on The Introverted Book Nerd. Very quick and easy. If you fancy it, you're free to give it a go. Audiobook OR Text book? Audiobooks. My best friend on long commutes. Paperback OR Hardback? Paperbacks. Smaller books mean more room on my shelves. Fiction OR Non-fiction? Fiction, definitely. Bookshop… Continue reading This or That Book Tag

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Book Tags

Unforgettable Bookish Memories Tag

I saw Kristin Kraves Books doing this tag and liked the look of it. It turned out to be harder than I thought. My memory isn't as good as I want it to be when it comes to books. No. 1: The first book you ever read (or was read to you) I was crazy… Continue reading Unforgettable Bookish Memories Tag

Book Tags

The Ultimate Harry Potter Book Tag

Now, this is my kind of book tag. I saw Life of a Literary Nerd doing this and just had to do myself. Feel free to do the same if you fancy it.  FAVORITE BOOK? The Deathly Hallows. So much expectation was on this book and, holy crap, Rowling delivered and then some. I remember… Continue reading The Ultimate Harry Potter Book Tag

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How to Write Better Stories — K. D. Dowdall

How to Write Better Stories Posted by Melissa Donovan on April 12, 2018 https://www.writingforward.com/storytelling/how-to-write-better-stories Melissa writes with a wealth of knowledge about how to write better, stronger, and more interesting stories that will capture your reader. Each example gives the writer something to think about and perhaps, will improve each story you want to write… Continue reading How to Write Better Stories — K. D. Dowdall

Reading Retrospective

April Reading Retrospective

Note to self, never set a 60,000 word target for Camp Nanowrimo. No way is that healthy for me. My brain feels like scrambled eggs. It's amazing I had the headspace for reading at all. Currently Reading: Rivers of London by Ben Aaronovitch This was a favoured book of a fellow university student. I've finally decided… Continue reading April Reading Retrospective

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Debunking Common Myths About Writing — K. D. Dowdall

Debunking Common Myths About Writing Have you fallen for any of these myths about writing? Posted by Melissa Donovan on April 5, 2018 ·https://www.writingforward.com/ Myths abound in the world of the arts, and writers are not immune to them. Many of us succumb to the fallacies that are floating around about what it […] via Debunking… Continue reading Debunking Common Myths About Writing — K. D. Dowdall

Six For Sunday

Six for Sunday: 8th April 2018

I found this on snailycanfly and I thought I'd give it a try. You can find the prompts on alittlebutalot. This week's is: Favourite books this year so far… Bullet journalling and reading retrospectives has let me keep up with what I've been reading. It's hard to remember sometimes: Now I Rise by Kiersten White… Continue reading Six for Sunday: 8th April 2018