I’ve been really good the past few years about limiting the number of NetGalley requests that I make and prioritizing those reviews. Unfortunately my average is pretty bad (70%) due to the fact that when I first started blogging end of 2011/early 2012 I requested way too many books and never had the time to read and review some of them. Since I am also participating in Blog Ahead this month I think it is the perfect time to catch up on writing reviews for ARCs I’ve finished as well as tackling these lingering NetGalley reviews. Sadly all of these were released years ago…but late publicity is better than none, right
Category: Event recap
A bloggery version of NaNoWriMo!
November 1-30th, 2014
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I realize that this post probably came out more negative than I intended…I suppose that it is natural to get more worked up over the bad than the good. That said, BEA is definitely an experience that I would recommend everyone experience at least once. It is such an amazing opportunity and I for one will be back next year despite all my issues with this years event. I just pray that after this year more organization and thought are put into all aspects of the event.
Today I am visiting with Chrystal over at Snowdrop Dreams of Books and talking about what books and items I would want with me were I stranded on a deserted Island. Come check out her great blog and her tremendously fun Deserted Island Feature!
Last month I was honored to be chosen as the designated blogger for the NYC Books of Wonder Fierce Reads Book Tour stop! It was such a pleasure to meet & interview the wonderful, kooky and amazingly talented – Ann Aguirre, Leigh Bardugo and Jessica Brody!! Please keep reading for some (not so stellar) photos, event recap and some excerpts of my interview with these fierce ladies! I also have an amazing giveaway for my readers courtesy of Macmillan!! 4 lucky readers will each win one of the 4 sets of books listed below:)