A little late, but I wanted to talk a bit about the books I read last month. I’ll only mention the books I finished this month, since there are two which I started but haven’t finished yet before the start of February. There was much to love in my January reads. I will start with… Read More My January Reads
I’ve never been a fast reader, or one who reads a lot. Which is why the number of books I’ve read this year surprised me. I have to say getting a subscription for Scribd to which I’d been introduced by a great friend really helped. They have so many great books, including audiobooks and especially… Read More A year of books
Hi everyone, with the end of the year I wanted to share with you all my year in books! It’ll be a post, maybe a couple more on what I read this past year, and mainly the books I loved the most. I’m thinking about doing some highlights as well, for indie authors and thought… Read More New blog series category
It’s been a long time since I’ve had an in-depth conversation about my writing with anyone in my direct surroundings, offline. I expect most people to know I still write and I assume most just don’t know what to ask. On the other side I also don’t freely talk about it because of the subject… Read More A blueprint of me: why my writing feels like a secret
CW/TW: mentions of trauma, selfharm, and being suicidal. Recently the topic of trigger warnings popped up on my Twitter timeline, particularly in response to some harmful opinions on the topic. Since in my opinion trigger warnings are part of self-care I thought to address some things about it on here as part of my blog… Read More On the Trivialization of Trigger Warnings
It’s almost November, national novel writing month (nanowrimo) starts and writers all over the world work hard to write 50.000 words or even more to write their own novel. I won’t be joining this year, but I will be working hard to finish my own novel Salandrine. Yes, it has become official, Salandrine will be… Read More Reading challenge: November
I’m starting a monthly reading challenge to encourage me to read and review more, and you’re welcome to join me! The challenge is open to suggestions and can be adjusted to your reading habits. Our monthly reading challenge for October: read a scary book (horror, dark fantasy, noir, etc).