I first encountered HTML and CSS coding when I was in college and some of the super basics earlier than that when Friendster was still a social networking site like Facebook (Ha! You know what I mean). Learning a thing or two (thanks to Tumblr!) apparently but not entirely became useful when I switched into … Continue reading Basic HTML Tutorial that can be very Helpful for every Book Blogger who use Wordpress.com
Remember when I said on Twitter that I saw the new cover for We Hunt the Flame? Well, perks of being a member of the WHTF Street Team and I'm shamelessly bragging about it. I love the first cover but this? This is everything I could hope and I'm swooning, my-smile-can-reach-the-back-of-my-head kind of way. Title: … Continue reading Cover Reveal | We Hunt the Flame by Hafsaf Faizal
Before this year comes to an end, I want to do another Book Cover Battle, created by Bibliomantics where you pit two book covers against one another. Today’s BCB is a bit special because not only the covers are different but also the titles as well. I'm featuring Cory Leonardo's middle-grade debut, The Simple Art of Flying which … Continue reading Book Cover Battle | The Simple Art of Flying / Call Me Alastair by Cory Leonardo (US Cover vs. UK Cover)
This time of the year can be a bit crazy for everyone—preparing family dinner plan recipes and doing last minute holiday rush shopping. While we're on it, I'm positive that everyone has their own wish list to fulfill. For every reader you know out there, I'm pretty sure that it only takes a list of … Continue reading #HolidayBookishWish: Making Someone’s Holiday Special Brought by Julianne Daly
Match Me If You Can by Tiana Smith⸺When Mia's matchmaking best friend won't set her up with her "perfect" guy for homecoming, Mia takes matters into her own hands. She gets the date, but what is she supposed to do when a cute and flirty classmate starts showing interest? With homecoming only two weeks away, can she fix the mess she made or will she have to kiss her perfect match goodbye forever?
Song of Sacrifice by Janell Rhiannon⸺Mothers and daughters; wives and war prizes, whisper to us across time... ...remember our songs alongside the mighty men of myth. As the Age of Heroes wanes, the gods gamble more fiercely with mortals’ lives than they ever have before. Women must rely on their inner strength and cunning to survive the wars men wage for gold and glory.
Everlasting Nora by Marie Miranda Cruz⸺An uplifting middle-grade debut about perseverance against all odds, Marie Miranda Cruz’s debut Everlasting Nora follows the story of a young girl living in the real-life shanty town inside the Philippines’ North Manila Cemetery.
You're the One I Don't Want by Carrie Aarons⸺Everything in Annabelle’s life, though it may be cold and isolated, is going exactly as she always planned. Until her ex-high school sweetheart moves to town. The same boy that she cheated on, once upon a time, essentially breaking both of their hearts. But no one knows the full story, and being vulnerable enough to open up about it is not on Annabelle’s checklist.
The Fever King by Victoria Lee⸺The son of undocumented immigrants, Noam has spent his life fighting for the rights of refugees fleeing magical outbreaks—refugees Carolinia routinely deports with vicious efficiency. Sensing a way to make change, Noam accepts the minister’s offer to teach him the science behind his magic, secretly planning to use it against the government.