Get to Know YA Book Tag

Morning, readers!

I haven’t been around lately since Mom has started her next round of treatments. So even though I’ve been blogging, I haven’t had any energy to do anything else other than quick and easy posts. So another tag post, it is.

Now, I found this tag on Berries and Books. I’ve followed Dora for the longest time, and she has some of the best content out there. Go check her out, will you?

Have fun reading!

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Would You Rather Book Edition

Morning, sweets!

I’ll be happy when this month is over and done with. It’s been so draining. So I want to take it easy and have some fun for the next few weeks.

I found this tag on Book Hooked Nook. Now, Sarah didn’t tag me, but I loved this tag and couldn’t pass it up.

I hope you all love my post!

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Top Ten Tuesday | Favourite Things to Eat/Drink while Reading

Happy Tuesday, bloggers!

Okay, this post will be short and sweet. I don’t always eat or drink when I read. I typically forget to function when I do, so I don’t have many staples I go to when I have a book in front of me. But when I get some free time, I grab these faves!

Top Ten Tuesday, originally created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a weekly meme. The next prompt is a hard one. It’s all about things I drink and eat while reading.

Beware that you’ll get the munchies after this delicious post. I hope you love it!

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Cover Reveal | Wicked Webs by Coralee June and Raven Kennedy

Morning, readers!

I jumped on this opportunity quicker than I thought I ever could. Both Coralee and Raven are reverse harem queens! So get ready for their next title.

Wicked Webs, a new standalone RH paranormal story, by Coralee June and Raven Kennedy is coming soon. Get ready to have your world spun, your heart tangled, and to get caught in these authors wondrous webs this October.

 

Wicked Webs

Coralee June and Raven Kennedy

Publication Date: October, 2019

Goodreads

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I’m possessed. Deadly.

Raised as a vampire, I’m no stranger to blood. But when power-hungry supes force a ritual on me, I become something else entirely.

The black widow.

I’ve been on the run for almost a decade, my only companion the spider that lives within me. She makes me strong, and I revel in that power, but it’s fueled with the need to feed.

Unfortunately, carnal cannibalism isn’t exactly trending. But by the time I lure my victims to my bed, it’s too late for them. When they finally see the hourglass on my throat, I’m already draining them dry.

But there are more supes like me. Abducted victims forced into possessions that change their lives forever. I’m determined to save them all.

With the help of an old friend, a risk demon, and a rare gargoyle, I put a plan into motion that will end Spector Inc.’s plan to make an army of stronger, deadlier supes.

I just hope I can handle this wicked web of lies and make it out alive.


Authors

Coralee June has always been passionate about storytelling and impressed by the influence it has on people and the decisions they make in life. She loves engaging with the projects she works on, diving headfirst into developing real, raw, and relatable characters that are equally flawed and beautiful. Coralee lives in Dallas, Tx with her husband and two daughters.

She’s been known to frequently indulge in boxed red wine and day-old pizza. When she’s not writing, June is reading or substitute teaching at the local middle school.

 

Raven Kennedy likes writing and reading and chocolate-bar-eating. Dark chocolate. Get out of here with that other stuff. She also likes to take long walks on the beach. Not really. She lives in the desert. The only water there is the wavy stuff that comes with a mirage. But I’m sure if there was a beach nearby, she’d walk then. Probably. Maybe. Her first book is Signs of Cupidity, the first of a series.

 

Beyond the Blurb | Bloggers, Embrace Hiatuses, Don’t Run from Them

Morning, sweets!

Last month, you may not have noticed that I took almost a week off of blogging. Even though August was the best month of my entire blogging career (hobby?), I needed to take some time for me. I needed to disconnect from my blog, my Internet life, and everything else that’s connected to them. And I felt liberated and guilt-free. And that reaction had gotten me thinking about hiatuses and their good effects for all bloggers.

But why are they good though? Why are they needed? And why do bloggers fear them? That’s why I want to dedicate an entire post on this topic.

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NetGalley Book Tag

Morning, everyone!

I’ve been catching up on reading lately. And it’s so satisfying to see I’m on track for my reading challenge. I don’t know if I’m thrilled about that or the local fair coming this weekend. My priorities are a little skewed, don’t you think? 😂

Hamad from Book Prescription tagged me last year. Now, I may be a little behind, but I thought I’d do this tag since it looks like fun! I want to thank Hamad for tagging me. I’m sorry I’m late!

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Top Ten Tuesday | Books On My TBR I’m Avoiding Reading

Happy Tuesday, bloggers!

Fall is quickly arriving, I’m trying to catch up on my Goodreads Challenge, and I feel as if this year is flying by too quickly. Life needs to slow down for a month or more so I can catch my breath.

Top Ten Tuesday, originally created by The Broke and the Bookish and now hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, is a weekly meme. The next prompt is books on my TBR I’m avoiding and why. I am loving this topic. Why? Because I avoid so many titles that I’m not surprised my TBR list is this large.

I hope you love my choices! Have fun, everyone!

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Beyond the Blurb | Why Are Book Reviews Difficult to Write?

Morning, bloggers!

I typically talk about Twitter-related controversies in my discussion series. But I’ve wanted to discuss why reviews are so bloody hard to write. It doesn’t matter how long you’ve been blogging. Reviews are intimidating. And sometimes, you just don’t feel like writing them. And given that I’m behind on my reviews, I’m okay with that. It takes a lot of effort to write just one. Just imagine writing two or more a week.

We bloggers are up against a lot: competition, other platforms that demand more of our time, life, work, and reading and blogging slumps. When life gets in the way of blogging, reviews don’t truly matter. They don’t. But guilt eats at you and me. So why are they so damn difficult?

Here are some reasons that stick out to me:

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Taylor Swift Lover Book Tag

Morning, everyone!

I am so excited for the weekend. My friends and I went to an early viewing of IT: Chapter 2. I jumped, I laughed, and I enjoyed it, even if I wanted nothing more than to burn the clown.

Nish and Ngoc from Nish and Ngoc’s Book Nook created this tag, and I thought I’d give it try! I want to thank these two for tagging me!

I hope you like the post. Have a great weekend, readers!

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