This is a big day! I’ve written guest posts for Reads & Reels before but I’ve never had my own regular feature here. Heck, I’ve never had my own regular feature anywhere before! So this is exciting for all kinds of reasons. But when I was chatting with Shannon about a possible monthly series, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity. Are you ready to begin this wild ride with me, dear reader? Because I’m ready to get started! Let’s go!
Happy Monday friends! I've got a new book review for you! This one is perfect for the beach!
Hey Bloggers! I am organizing a HUGE blog tour for Charlie Laidlaw's upcoming book, The Space Between Time. The tour will run from June 3rd to June 28th (weekends inc.), and I need bloggers, to host a variety of posts. Reviews, guest posts, interviews, excerpt reveals, etc... and if you have an idea for a post, please let me know. All bloggers are welcome, and I especially need those of you from North America. Giveaway details will follow, and there will also be a cover reveal on April 17th! (Genre: Contemporary Fiction/ Dark Comedy))
Where I am, we have this extra little holiday on Monday called Family Day. Which means, a long weekend for me and I couldn't be happier about it. I think I have a mean case of the January blahs, so I am looking forward to lots of reading, Netflix and wine. Not necessarily in that order.
After reading all sorts of doom and gloom the past month (Loved it BTW!), this book was a breath of fresh air!
What's the difference between "Women's Fiction" and "Chick-Lit" anyway? I suppose Chick-Lit has a negative connotation (Um hello? Chick?) and it's also a bit fluffy and shallow at times. But it's also fun. A harmless guilty pleasure. Was the term "Women's Fiction" coined because of that rep, or is it something entirely different?