Light a candle, grab a blanket and shiver away with these seasonal, snow-filled scares.
There’s something great about matching your books up with the current season. Reading a gothic novel whilst rain thunders down outside your window, a *** under the summer sun. Many readers choose a heart warming book to cosy up by the fireplace with in winter- but I’m one of those that prefers goosebumps to run up my spine in the early dark, when its cold and windy out.
With that in mind I’ve chosen a few titles to give you an extra shiver this winter…
Continue reading “7 Bone Chilling Books For Winter”
We all have our own preferences when it comes to tropes in fiction. Predictable plot developments are somewhat annoying for me in any genre, but I always find tropes pertaining to character relationships are the worst.
Here are three examples I just cannot abide… Continue reading “Top 3 Annoying Relationship Tropes”
My one top tip to all book bloggers..
Admittedly I’m no expert, I’m still pretty new to this book blogging deal but if there’s one thing I’ve learned it’s this.. Continue reading “My Top Book Blogging Tip”
Be the change you want to see.
When I start reading from an author new-to-me I don’t take their demographics into account, I usually don’t even look. I mostly read author bios after I’ve finished their book.
I have two stances on this attitude of mine.
Continue reading “Thoughts On Diversity In Publishing”
Today I want to discuss how we rate books. I’m taking a different approach in my reviews, find out why..
Whilst I like to see others review books based on a star rating I have a different method myself. I will star rate for a short n sweet tweet but for my blog I use a little system I call ‘Roxanne’s Reactions’, Let me explain why..
Continue reading “How Should We Rate Books?”