Guest Post by Christina “DZA” Marie: Top 5 Movies & Books in the Epic Fantasy Genre! #GuestPost #BookBlogger #Fantasy #Books #Movies @CM_DZA

Thanks for letting me take over your blog for the day, Reads & Reels! For those of you who don’t know me, I’m Christina “DZA” Marie, and I run the blog Dragons, Zombies & Aliens. In addition, I’m also a fantasy writer, as well as a YouTuber, knitter, and recent college survivor. On November 16th I have the start of my new graphic novel series Sovadron coming out, an epic fantasy based on a world inspired by post-colonial America. So to celebrate, Reads & Reels were kind enough to let me share my top five books and top five movies in the epic fantasy genre.

Guest Post: My Favorite Thing is Monsters by Emil Ferris @Emilferrisdraws Graphic Novel #Review by Nancy @graphicnovelty2 #Horror #GraphicNovel #Blogtober #GuestPost #Halloween

I am so excited to have Nancy from Graphic Novelty2 here with us today! Not only does she bring us a scary beautiful piece of art, but I have been dying to add more graphic novels to Reads & Reels, so this is just perfect! And perfect for Halloween!

Guest Post: “The Castle of Otranto” The Father of Gothic Romances by Moody Moppet @MoodyMoppet #GuestPost #Blogtober #Books #BookBlogger

Please welcome our our guest, Moody Moppet! She's got a wonderful book to share with us today! If you're a lover of gothic literature, you'll love this!

Guest Post: Quotes to Keep You Writing by #Author Hannah Lynn @HMLynnauthor #GuestPost #AmWriting

Reads & Reel is so pleased to welcome author Hannah Lynn!

Guest Post: Female Authors & Misogyny- Sometimes We Do it to Ourselves by Natasha Lane @natasha_lane1 #GuestPost #AmWriting #Authors

Natasha is back with another interesting commentary on misogyny in writing, but when female authors are guilty of it.

Guest Post: Reading Outside Your Identity and Why it Really Matters by @Natasha_Lane1 #guestpost #diversebooks #discussion #tuesdayblogs #diversity

Discussion: Reading Outside Our Identity... A topic that's sure to ruffle a few feathers but is important nonetheless! Here's what Natasha has to say about it.