I know I need to write this review now (the day after finishing) because I will forget everything about this book if I don’t. It was cute, adorable even, but it’s not particularly memorable and my brain has already started to dump the details. A Little Something Different comes off like a college creative writing assignment. That’s not necessarily a bad thing if it’s executed well, and it sort of is and it sort of isn’t. The book is written from many different POVs–14 to be exact. A Chinese food delivery more »
Time for Trick-or-Treating!! Today’s haunted host, Gillian from Writer of Wrongs, is sure to dazzle you right out of your witch boots!
I love NaNoWriMo! I know it’s a source of stress for a lot of participants, but honestly, I thrive in this type of environment. With outside goals that I haven’t set myself, I feel more compelled to work harder and get it done. I’ve participated a number of years, and I haven’t lost yet. And after all this time, I’ve sort of gotten my routine down. I thought I’d share with you guys my NaNoWriMo checklist: the things I need to make my November as successful as possible. Candy Cane more »
Time for Trick-or-Treating! Danielle from Ageless Pages Reviews is delighted to have trick-or-treaters at her bloggish door!
Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and the Bookish This week’s theme: Books to Get into the Halloween Spirit Darkness falls across the blog The midnight hour is coming in like the fog Creatures crawl in search of books To terrorize your reading nook And whosoever shall be caught Without a spooky read, either borrowed or bought Must stand and face the hounds of the ‘net And rot like an 80’s cassette The foulest stench is in the post The funk of forty thousand pounds of compost And grisly ghouls from every site Are closing in to dim your nightlight And more »