(Ahem, Amy here. I'm so excited to introduce you all to Pamela from The Picky Bookworm with this guest post on favorite blogging tools. Take it away!....) --- All bloggers have their favorite tools. I can’t think of a single blogger you could find who didn’t have a list of at least 4 tools they use, and why. From automation to newsletters, bloggers have been finding ways to make blogging easier for years. I’ve listed my favorite blogging tools below, and I’ll tell ya, they make my job so much easier!
I always love finding and learning about different story structures. So when I heard about The Flower Letters, I had to snag it up. Receive a story in the mail over the course of a year, in the medium of letters the characters write (plus bonus fun things like stickers and newspaper articles and such that broaden the story world more!) Check out the most recent mailing I received in this post...
Always one to shirk away from traditional New Year resolutions, I've come up with an improvement-related experiment instead. I'm all for finding motivation to save without too much spreadsheet work. Ech, spreadsheets, am I right? Enter Qapital app. (Psst... Sign up using my referral link, & Qapital gives us both $5) Qapital is kinda like… Continue reading An experiment saving $$$ with Qapital app
Under-appreciated. Emotional. Irish. I'd like to think I'm two of those things, but the Pirate Queen musical gets all three 😉 So while recommending this soundtrack that I just can't be rid of, I thought I'd share how we all are basicly pirate queens. Us creative souls, us dreamers, we can relate to the ups… Continue reading We’re all pirate queens
Well this is not an official review per se, so much as I had some sporatic thoughts as I read the book "Gone Girl" that I wanted to share. First off, total kudos to Gillian Flynn, this story was phenomenal. My Namesake It was interesting reading a book where people kept saying… Continue reading Thoughts on “Gone Girl” by Gillian Flynn
What are the chances that Ellen would be feeling "givey" on the same day I'd be feeling "getty"? Well probably not that statistically improbable, but I am so glad that Lil Roni Publishers surprised me with the opportunity to receive this book. While I wouldn't say I've read every Christian vampire novel out there, I've… Continue reading Book Review: Rabbit – Chasing Beth Rider by Ellen C Maze
I am thrilled to have received an ARC of "The Young World" by Chris Weitz from a Goodreads giveaway. A plague sweeps the world, taking adults and children, leaving only teenagers alive - with the guarantee that somewhere around their 18th birthday, they will die off as well. The world is ending. And how would teenagers run the… Continue reading Book Review: The Young World by Chris Weitz
Ever read something that immediately gets a reaction when brought up? I'm not talking about "This book is illegal in ____ countries." I'm talking about "This book is socially unacceptable in...well, everywhere."That's how I felt while reading Stiff by Mary Roach. It was fascinating and disgusting and abject. I wanted to share all this new… Continue reading The Weirdest Book I’ve Read: “Stiff” by Mary Roach