How To Get Your Book Reviewed – Part 3, Timing

Hello peepsies! So last week was part 2 of a 4 - 5 week long feature I'm running called "How To Get Your Book Reviewed." It's mainly for all the authors out there wondering why bloggers may be turning them down and/or how to get more reviews. Today, I'm going to talk about timing! I hope … Continue reading How To Get Your Book Reviewed – Part 3, Timing

Top 5 Underrated Books You Should Read

*this post includes affiliate links I have with Amazon* Hello everyone!! So like most readers, I have a couple books I love to read that others may not know of or think about as being awesome so I thought I'd discuss 5 books/series that I only know a couple people have read, and I hope more … Continue reading Top 5 Underrated Books You Should Read

How To Get Your Book Reviewed – Part 2, Contacting The Blogger

Hello everyone! So last week, I started a 4 - 5 week long feature I'm running called "How To Get Your Book Reviewed." It's mainly for all the authors out there wondering why bloggers may be turning them down and/or how to get more reviews. Last week, I discussed genres and policies, and why they … Continue reading How To Get Your Book Reviewed – Part 2, Contacting The Blogger

Top Ten Books By/With Muslims

*this post includes affiliate links I have with Amazon* Hello everyone! So these last couple of days have been insane politics-wise, to say the least, most of which is because of the Muslim ban. Now, y'all know I'm a Muslim - if not, surprise! lol - so this affects me in a big way. However, … Continue reading Top Ten Books By/With Muslims

How To Get Your Book Reviewed – Part 1, Genres and Policies

Hello everyone! So today (and actually the next couple Mondays) I’m doing something a little different than my usual discussion posts; I am doing a four (maybe five) part collection for authors on how to get your book reviewed by actual people (hence the title). I decided to do this as I am, as you … Continue reading How To Get Your Book Reviewed – Part 1, Genres and Policies