YALC 2018 Part 2 : anecdotes, fun facts, selfies and some drama in London!

This is the second post in my YALC 2018 series and today I’d like to speak about fun anecdotes, acts of kindness etc. You’ll also get a short story about why I called the hotel reception at 3:30 AM….   1) First of all: who are the chatty authors? Authors are like us. You have […]

August TBR …Sleep? Who needs sleep when there is books to read!

Happy Friday dear friends!   I am still working like mad to write all my reviews, posts and bookstagrams before going back to work on Monday!   We are in August already and it’s time for a tentative TBR!   August will be HOT!  Many ARCs that I expected in July have been delayed and […]

YALC 2018: Part 1 : Tips to prepare and dream vs reality

Hi dear friends! I promised you several posts on YALC 2018 and here is my first one about: Why attend YALC? How to attend YALC? Dreams vs reality.   1. First of all why attend YALC? Indeed this is a very important question as the entrance tickets costs 56 EUR for the whole three days […]

Blogging 101: Working with PR agencies: How to and Are you Selling your Soul to the Devil?

Hi Dear friends,   When I began blogging I was lost and confused by many things. I had to learn the bloggers lingo and learn the ropes. What was a meme? A tag? A blog tour? A guest post? A dreamcast? What was Canva? And Picmonkey? A pingbacks? etc. Now that I am slightly more […]

Planned hiatus ….going to YALC London!

Hi dear friends, Here is a planned hiatus of several days (until next Tuesday morning max) as I will leave tomorrow to attend YALC London with my daughter! I know Kathy (Books and Munches) will attend and other bloggers too that I hope to recognize in the crowd and chat with! You’ll still see some […]

This or that cover? And why do covers change with the countries?

Hi dear friends, I did not plan to write a second post today but stumbling upon Kingdom of Ashes cover reveal (SQUEEEEEEEEEEEE) made me ponder about the differences in covers. When I was last in London in February I visited Waterstone Piccadilly (some book fan that I met at Starbuck told me Sarah J Maas […]