Day 3 nominations:
We’re now doing author interviews!
That’s right, people! From now on I’ll be featuring both new and seasoned book authors right here on this blog 😀
You might have noticed the new tab I added to the top of the page – Author Interviews. If you didn’t notice, don’t worry, I wouldn’t have noticed it either.. haha!
So to start things off we have a very special self-published author, JC Lara (aka my dad). You can find out all about him as an author and his debut novel, Voices from the Walls, on the new tab.
Or… just click on the photo below:
Happy reading 😀
I CANNOT believe it’s been 4 years already! I guess time really does fly when you’re having fun!
Exactly 4 years ago, on 27th July 2012, I was in London getting ready for one of my biggest achievements in life. I was about to be a part of the Olympic Games Opening Ceremony! Continue reading
Publication date: 26th July 2016 (TODAY!)
Page count: 320 pages
Genre: Adult fiction / Contemporary
Fielding Bliss has never forgotten the summer of 1984: the year a heat wave scorched Breathed, Ohio. The year he became friends with the devil.
There’s a HARRY POTTER book tag!!! How did I not know about this?!
My life is now complete! 😀
I spotted this tag on Book Adventures and I just knew I had to do it! It was meant to be! Haha!
I mean, it’s the perfect combination: Harry Pooter + Books + Tag.
So let’s get to it, shall we?
When was the last time you visited your local library?
A few weeks ago I was talking to one of the librarians at my local library and we chatted briefly about our mutual love for the library. We talked about how amazed we both were that not many people take advantage of the great benefits of the library.
This really got me thinking. Why don’t more people, especially bookworms, go to their libraries more often? After all, it’s FREE! Libraries have really expanded their services in recent years as well, offering loads of programs and incentives besides the normal borrowing a regular book.
Five reasons you should visit your local library on the regular:
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