Why I've lowered my expectations on Instagram numbers, and why it's also 100% ok not to feel the same way The new Instagram algorithm has royally screwed us over. And, if you’re a creator or business, then doubly so. I went from gaining 100 new followers a day, to gaining 5, or sometimes, ending up with… Continue reading Why I’ve lowered my expectations on Instagram numbers and why it’s totally ok NOT to feel the same way.
Category: Bookish Stuff
A Misplaced Child by Heather Michelle – Tour Stop and Review
The Erasure Initiative by Lili Wilkinson – ARC Review & Tour Stop
A Lifetime of Impossible Days by Tabitha Bird – Review and tour stop
Emergency Contact by Mary H.K. Choi – ARC Review, Instagram Tour & Giveaway!
ARC Book Review
Favourite books of 2018!
My favourite books I read this year I decided to choose a favourite book for this year. Then I laughed and laughed and laughed. I can't even decide a favourite ANYTHING, ever, so choosing one favourite from all the amazing books I read this year is like asking me to give up chocolate. Or wine.… Continue reading Favourite books of 2018!
Book Subscription Box Review: Cre8ive Inspir8ions
Australian Book Subscription Box Review: Cre8ive Inspir8ions When the lovely Nicky from Cre8ive Inspir8ions asked if I'd like to review one of her YA boxes, I jumped at the chance. I'd already seen some recent unboxings of previous boxes and they looked fabulous! Now if you're in Australia, like me, you'll know it's not super… Continue reading Book Subscription Box Review: Cre8ive Inspir8ions
Wind Rider (Tales of a New World #3) by P.C.Cast ~ Blog & Bookstagram Tour Stop plus Giveaway!
10 Bookstagrammer problems we can all relate to. Right?
10 Bookstagrammer problems we can all relate to...right? Or is it just me? Getting an amazing new prop and using EVERY BIT of your willpower to not feature it in Every. Single. Photo. For the next three weeks. Having to change your shirt because it’s reflecting the wrong colour in your metallic prop.… Continue reading 10 Bookstagrammer problems we can all relate to. Right?
The YA absent parent trope. Will anyone buck the trend?
The YA absent parent trope. Will anyone buck the trend? It seems to me that if you’re going to be a character in a YA story, you definitely don’t want to be the main character’s parent. Especially their mother. Your life expectancy is either non-existent or very very short. If you do somehow manage… Continue reading The YA absent parent trope. Will anyone buck the trend?