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BOOK TOUR | Author Interview With Melissa Hope

First off, I am so excited to have Melissa Hope join me on the blog today! I have watched so many of her YouTube videos about writing and have also had the honour of reading an ARC of her debut novel Sea of Kings (and really enjoyed it). If you don’t…

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Monthly Wrap-Up | April 2021

 “April showers bring May flowers” This saying was completely true this year. We had some sunny days, but mostly cloudy ones. Nevertheless, I’m starting to enjoy cloudy weather because it’s the perfect set up for a relaxing reading session.  A lot happened this month – work-wise, family-wise, and health-wise so I…

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7 Writing Tips For New Authors

Many of you may have thought about writing a story at some point in your life. Maybe you haven’t thought about it yet but will in the future. Maybe you even went so far as to put some ideas to paper (or to a doc online) but eventually felt discouraged and…

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Book Review | Sea of Kings by Melissa Hope

Genre(s): Fantasy Fiction, AdventureAge Level: Middle Grade Fiction, Fantasy, AdventureRelease Date: April 27, 2021Publisher: Jolly Fish Press 5 out of 5 stars Thirteen-year-old Prince Noa has hated the ocean since the day it caused his mother’s death. But staying away from the sea isn’t easy on his tropical island home where…

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6 Assumptions People Make About Readers

When you imagine a reader, what do you see? Do you ever hesitate to tell people that reading is one of your hobbies because of what they might assume about you? Even if you don’t believe in stereotypes, some of them are almost conditioned and stamped into our heads because of…

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Author Q&A With K.A. Wiggins

We have another author coming on the blog today. I’m so excited to be able to introduce K.A. Wiggins to everybody! Recently, I have had the privilege of asking her 5 questions – questions that I’m curious about and I think other readers and authors would also love to read about.…

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8 Ways To Fight Writer’s Block

Ahh writer’s block. It’s such a real issue and I feel like it happens to more people than we think. If you haven’t gotten it before, then you’re super lucky and also probably new to writing because it happens to the best of us.  Personally, writer’s block happens quite often which…

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Start Tracking Your Reading This Spring | Free Printables

We’ve all heard of ‘spring cleaning’. The dreaded (or anticipated) time of year where the cold winter days (if you live in Canada like me you’ll understand) finally become longer, sunnier, and warmer. Inevitably, everyone’s in the mood to declutter and clean.  We’re a few weeks into Spring now and what…

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10 Ways To Get Out Of A Reading Slump

One week you breeze through a book. The next week you have no motivation to read at all. We’ve all been there in some way. Reading slumps can range from a few days and go on for years at a time. What exactly is a reading slump? It’s when you lose…

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Monthly Wrap-Up | March 2021

Just like that, March has come to a close and we are 25% done with 2021! I am so happy to be able to share my first monthly wrap up with everyone. This month like most months since COVID went by like a blur, yet so much happened. It was the…

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Mini Book Haul | March 2021

So much happened within the month of March! One of the things I did was buy books (shocker)! Don’t get me wrong, I don’t always buy books – they can be expensive and I already have so many eBooks on my iPad from my local library. I don’t buy books every…

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Author Q&A With Niamh And Rebecca Schmid

I’m so excited to have the opportunity to showcase two authors – Niamh and Rebecca Schmid and welcome them on the blog today! Recently, I have had the privilege of asking the author duo 5 questions – ones that I’m curious about and I think other readers and authors would also…

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5 Signs You Should DNF Your Current Read

This is a dilemma that every reader will and probably has experienced one time or another.  It’s stressful because no one picks up a book expecting they’re not going to like it. We always want to enjoy the books we read but sometimes that just doesn’t happen. What’s DNF? DNF stands…

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Book Review | A Curse So Dark And Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer

Genre(s): Fantasy Fiction, Science FictionAge Level: Young AdultRelease Date: January 19, 2019Publisher: Bloomsbury YA 4 out of 5 stars Fall in love, break the curse. Cursed by a powerful enchantress to repeat the autumn of his eighteenth year, Prince Rhen, the heir of Emberfall, thought he could be saved easily if…

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Should You Annotate Your Books?

There is so much talk on the internet about book annotations and how it’s supposed to be done. I’ve watched all the YouTube videos, read many blogs, and honestly everyone does it a little bit differently (there’s no right way to do it.) I’m excited to share with everyone how I…

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6 Ways To Read When You Have No Time

We’ve all been there. Looking at our tbr pile staring back at us and buying new books but we just don’t have enough time in a day to add reading to our list of to-dos. We just want to snuggle up on a couch and read but there just isn’t any…

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Hello! 5 Reasons To Love Reading & Writing

I want to start off by welcoming you to my blog – Andrea’s Book Corner! I came up with this name because every time I think of reading or writing, I think of doing it in a cute little cozy corner where all the books are, fuzzy socks on, fairy lights…

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