If you were anything like me, you would have logged onto Twitter a couple of days ago and noticed everyone sharing an article that the New York Times had written about the stars behind Booktube (click here to read the article).
It’s so important to read self-published/Indie authors all year round and support everyone in the book community, so even though #IndieAthon is officially over, it’s always great to receive more recommendations and discover new authors. Today. I’m lucky enough to be hosting a Q&A with S.J. Lomas, author of several books including Dream Girl, Kiss of Death and Dream Frequency. Now for the Q&A!
Even though #IndieAthon is now officially over, it’s so important to read Indie books/books by ‘small’ publishers all year round and support everyone in the book community. Today. I’m lucky enough to be hosting a Q&A with Molly Lovell, author of several books including A Sibling’s Dilemma, and her most recent novel, Mel and the Mob. Now for the Q&A!
Hey everyone! I love it when I receive new book recommendations (it also gives me an excuse to buy more books, right?!), so I paired up with Hannah from A Cup Of Wonderland, where we each chose 5 books we wanted to get round to reading, and then 5 reads we think the other should read! Here it goes!!