Nola StoryCon Gives Bookish People the Best Of Literary Experiences
came to my attention when Melissa Marr one of my favorite authors of all times mentioned she would be participating in a personalized Strange True Tours of New Orleans. How exciting is that, but add in the addition of a Con featuring some of the brightest, talented literary people and wow... it's a best of literary experiences that no bookish person should miss.
And there's not much about New Orleans for people not to love. If you obsess about food - there's so much food for you to try! If ...
Gender-Swapped Story by Stephenie Meyer for #Twilight10
If you believe the Twilight craze died down years ago, you are so far out of the loop. Ten years ago, Stephanie Meyer wrote a romance of epic fantastical proportions and her readership is larger than life and more so than ever. It might help that for the Ten Year Anniversary edition, you can flip it and find on the back, a brand new retelling of the romance that spawned KStew and RPat comparisons and turned those two into international sensations overnight.
New content, indeed from the ...
Blog Tour Exclusive: “Nameless” by Jennifer Jenkins
by Jennifer Jenkins inspires one to get out there and read history books, especially ones that include girl warriors. With an empathetic heroine who not only understands the tactical ins and outs of war, but life itself - Zo - reveals an innate ability to see people as they are rather than by their surroundings, where they were born and whose side they are supposed to be on. She builds a crew around her, a group of people who all desperately want to see the change in the world and are ...
2 for 1 Friday Review Exclusive: Art In the Blood by @macbird
If you haven't noticed, but quite a few Fangirlish writers are Sherlock fans of the bookish, film and television versions sort. So yeah, we're all excited as always to find a book with Sherlockian influences that can be directly related to the BBC show, Sherlock.
I am back to comparing books to television again, and you all have loved my comparisons, right? Totally legit recs. Hopefully they have been enjoyable. Which is why today, I'm loving the book and the show I get to ...
Ruth Ware’s “In A Dark, Dark Wood” Being Adapted
One book we loved - “In a Dark, Dark Wood.”
What's the book about?
Nora hasn’t seen Clare for ten years. Not since Nora walked out of school one day and never went back.
In a dark, dark wood there was a dark, dark house
Until, out of the blue, an invitation to Clare’s hen do arrives. Is this a chance for Nora to finally put her past behind her?
And in the dark, dark house there was a dark, dark room
But something goes wrong. Very wrong.
And in the dark, dark ...