Welcome to day 18 of #BookBlogWriMo! Today we’re talking subgenres. Ah, a short and sweet post. Just what I need today! Let’s see, what’s happened today?
Welcome to day 17 of #BookBlogWriMo! I can’t believe we’re so far in! Today we’re talking about tropes, because I like them too much to call them cliches. 😛 So, not every book can be original. There are only so many ways a hero and heroine can meet. Only so many types of obstacles they can encounter. Only so many relationship dynamics. When I read a book, it’s not about a completely original plot. What I look for is how well a popular scenario is executed. A book can use proven tropes and still read as original. It won’t remind […]
Welcome to day 6 of #BookBlogWriMo! Today, we’re doing #ThrowbackThursday. Hey everyone! Sorry I’ve been a little MIA from the blog and the #BookBlogWriMo community for the past week. I was traveling for work (my first trade show! Woohoo!) and knew there would be WiFi at the motel we were staying at. What I didn’t know was that it wouldn’t work. It took 10 minutes to load my WordPress dashboard yesterday, but the load was incomplete. When I clicked “New Post,” nope. Nada. Done for the night. I did what I could from my phone, but it was frustrating. But […]
Welcome to Day 3 of #BookBlogWriMo! Today we’re talking about reading places and spaces. I read everywhere. Remember that episode of Gilmore Girls where Rory goes to the school dance with a book in her purse? To an extent, that was me growing up. Now that ebooks exist, I’m like that on steroids. In bed? Read. On the couch? Read. At work? Read. Stuck in line at the grocery store? Read. Stuck in trafic? Listen to an audiobook if I’m not in the mood to play car-aoke. In the bathroom (sorry, is this TMI?)…you see where I’m going with this. […]
Welcome to Day 2 of #BookBlogWriMo! Today’s topic is about how I read. The easiest way to explain it? Schizophrenicish (Webster, add that to your dictionary, please). I read a lot of different things in a lot of different formats. And for so long, I was very anti-ebook. So here’s my story: