For the better part of my life as a reader, I have loved reading fiction, and only fiction. Specifically, I am a science-fiction and fantasy sort of gal. In fact, other than academic reading while at university, I have only really started reading non-fiction in the last year or so. And I have been delighted by what I’ve read! Here are three reasons why I’ve developed a new love affair with reading non-fiction, and why I think you should too!
Hello, friends! I am so excited to announce that the Elden Forest Series is now available in print!
Although I published the first novel, Magician’s Mayhem, in 2012, for a variety of reasons I elected not to release print editions. But now, after some changes Amazon has made to their CreateSpace Print on Demand program, and after purchasing a formatting program from Vellum (my newest obsession, which I will discuss in a future post), I am thrilled to announce that print editions are here!
This edition of Friday Favourites will focus on my favourite fantasy apprenticeships. I find apprenticeships very interesting because they create a very unique relationship dynamic between characters. Add some magic into the mix and I’m hooked!
In this edition of Friday Favourites, I’ll be discussing my favourite ‘sticky’ reads. These are stories that stay in my head, long after I’ve finished reading them, making me think about aspects of the story, or intriguing characters, or amazing worlds that have been created. Here are my favourite ‘sticky’ reads:
In this edition of Friday Favourites I’ll be discussing my favourite ‘bookish websites’. By this, I mean websites that help to cultivate a community around books, by facilitating discussion, exploration and interest in all different kinds of books: