How far will I go to avoid working on my WIP?
Well, Cori McCarthy tweeted a fan-created video book tag inspired by their book.
As you might recall, McCarthy and their fiancee Amy Rose Capetta wrote a genderbent Arthurian space book that none of you liked but I enjoyed.
I had to do the tag, obviously, even though I only wrote 600 words for NaNo yesterday.
Worry not – I have a Pasta Feast + Catch-up Writing Marathon scheduled tomorrow.
This is my life now. Continue reading “Knights of the Round Tag”
(I needed a distraction from Call Down the Hawk and Kristin provided one.)
(Thank you, Kristin. CDTH is stressing me out.)
(Also, I agreed to write a novel this month? I don’t want to talk about it.) Continue reading “The Ultimate Recommendations Book Tag”
I’M BACK with a THIRD Lover–inspired book tag (and fourth general Lover-related post.)
Will there ever be an end to these?
I really enjoy this album! Continue reading “The Lover Book Tag: Round 3”
Did I rashly promise to do summer book tags?
Does that sound like something I would do?
Continue reading “Dear Evan Hansen Book Tag”
This month, I read books hyped books from my TBR. I expected to be blown away by every book I read.
For the most part, I was. I loved almost all of the books I read this month.
In fact, I positively reviewed 75% of the books I read.
THAT’S AN IMPRESSIVE PERCENTAGE.
In that remaining 25%, though, were some disappointing reads. I DNFed almost all of the following books in protest.
Here are my top 5 most disappointing reads this month. Continue reading “Top 5 Most Disappointing January Reads”