I’ve always loved influencer marketing. Before I jumped into book blogging and book reviewing, I reviewed a plethora of products, all the way from cosmetics and clothing to jewelry and more! Because I did these reviews, I was given multiple opportunities to receive products in exchange for reviews. When I became a book blogger, I applied what I knew from requesting products to how I request books.
I was recently suggested to read Wicked by Jennifer L Armentrout by a good friend (thanks, Fray)! Actually, it was more like she kept telling me to read it until I finally gave in. I’m sorta slapping myself now for not reading it sooner! I am so obsessed with this book now, and I can’t wait to dive into the next one. It was filled with all the tropes I love and it’s New Adult. I really couldn’t ask for a better book. If you’d like to see my spoiler-free review, read on!
Today’s book birthday celebration is really important to me. It’s not just two books I love, but two books that have really touched my heart. My close friend, A. W. Frasier, and I have decided to both release the first chapters of our books today!
I am so incredibly excited to share these cover reveals with you! I love doing cover reveals, but this is even more special because they’re for my books! My book Awaken is getting a brand new cover, and my new book, Bound by Shadow, has a cover of it’s own, too!
It’s been two weeks since the start of Camp NaNoWriMo, and I’m exhausted and excited (again). It’s had it’s ups and downs, and I’m excited to see what’s to come!
Cover reveals are one of my favorite things! Covers can say so much about a book, and if they’re done right, they are an amazing marketing tool, too. This reveal is absolutely fantastic, and I can’t wait to sink my eyes into this book. The Weaver by Heather Kindt looks to be a super exciting release, and the cover is gorgeous.
I think anyone who knows me, knows I’m definitely not silent about my writing. I’m frequently talking about it “in real life” with my friends and family, and if tweets had sound, mine would be a blow-horn. While we’re usually sitting by ourselves in front of our computers or notebooks penning away our latest story, writing still shouldn’t be lonely. I’ve outlined why writing with peers is great for me, and I’ve also included some feedback from fellow writers about why they love writing with others, too!