Every writer is a type of writer. Most of us are a blend of writer types, or we have been a certain type of writer at a certain point in our lives, or at a certain point in the month, or the week… or the day. Some might be the type of writer we aspire … Continue reading 6 Types of Writers
This is going to be non-spoiler review. Now, to be honest, I think even explaining the plot kind of spoils it. It's one of those books where it's best knowing as little as possible before you read it. You'll enjoy the reading experience as you slowly try to figure out just what the heck is … Continue reading Rainbow Reading Challenge Review – Red: Slade House by David Mitchell
As a book and film lover, book to film adaptations are always a double edged sword. I get excited to see books I've read adapted into film, to be able to see stories played out on a screen rather than staying locked in my mind's eye. But book to film adaptations are nearly always a disappointment. This … Continue reading 3 Favourite Book to Film Adaptations
As you can probably tell by my blog's banner, I like rainbow things. And, as you can probably tell by my blog's banner, and by this picture of my bookshelf below, I have most of my books arranged in a rainbow: I know, I know, rainbow bookshelves can be quite controversial. On the one hand, … Continue reading Rainbow Books Reading Challenge!
I'm currently ghostwriting a romance novel and I have to send it off to the editor of the project about once a week. I'm really enjoying doing it - but that's for another blogpost. Anyway, the editor gave me some constructive feedback on my last addition to the story. She said that the dialogue between … Continue reading Let’s talk about good dialogue
I got a Kindle Paperwhite for Christmas. It's small and light and comfortable to hold while reading. The 'electronic ink' on the page actually looks like real ink on a real page. The Kindle Paperwhite has a backlight you can turn on so you don't need to keep a lamp on when reading at night. … Continue reading Beautiful Book Covers
Rainbow Rowell has become one of my favourite writers. I've read every published story of hers except Carry On, which I plan to read soon. I love her writing style, and her funny yet realistic characters. She also has this ability to make descriptions so detailed you can easily picture every gesture, every facial feature, every movement she describes … Continue reading ‘Oh, So… Is That It?’ A Review of ‘Landline’ by Rainbow Rowell (Spoilers)
I'm sure there are many of you out there who, like me, want to read more. At the start of every year you tell yourself: 'I'm definitely going to read more books this year' - only to reach the end of the year and find that you've actually read even less than you wanted to? Yep. Been … Continue reading 5 Tips To Help You Read More Books
If you read my blogpost about The List you might be wondering: 'well, Shee, have you actually read any of your books? I mean... that's a pretty extensive list.' I have read some of the books I own - I've read a lot of my books, actually. No, seriously, I have. But my read to unread owned books ratio seems skewed … Continue reading So… Which books have I actually read?
So, I thought the best way to start off this journey would be to make a list. A list of every single book I have in my collection that I still need to read...