• ARC Review,  Blogging,  Discussion

    How To Request and Receive an Advanced Reader Copy

    Hello my fellow book nerd, reviewers and bloggers!! As a book blogger, booktuber or bookstagrammer, you may be wondering, “How can I receive an Advanced Reader Copy of a book I love?” Today I will be doing a post that will hopefully help a lot of you!! I have helped a couple people send their first ARC request so I help I can help you too! What is an ARC? Basically, an ARC is an Advanced Reader Copy of a book. This means you receive this book (either in print or in ebook form) before the publication date in order to build hype, promote and review the book. ARC’s can…

  • Blogging

    How To Start a Book Blog

    The most common bookstagram question is, should I start a book blog? The answer to that is, DEFINTELY!! I 1010% recommend book blogging, author blogging and basically any type of blogging!! Honestly, starting a bookish blog has changed me so much and in such an awesome way, I would recommend it to anyone that asks. Another question people ask is, why should I start blogging? What is the point?? Firstly, the community is literally the BEST thing ever. The bees knees. Once you start blogging you start to realise that nearly every book blogger/instagrammer is super supportive and chatty, so it’s such great way to meet like minded friends and…

  • Blogging,  Book Reviews,  Discussion

    Writing a Good Review on a Book You Didn’t Like

    Hello and welcome fellow book reviewers and readers 🦋 Today’s post is something a little different and something I struggled with for a while, writing a review on a book you didn’t enjoy. Let’s admit it, even though reading is awesome and literally so fun, some books just don’t appeal to you like they do for other readers. How the heck are you supposed to review a book you didn’t like AND be nice about it? Don’t worry, I am here to help! I have lived with this struggle! I have written quite a few reviews, my recent one being The Cruel Prince. Even though I liked this book there was…