The First Horror Novel (Fun Bookish Facts!)

HAPPY HALLOWEEN! In 1764, Horace Walpole published his first ever novel, The Castle of Otranto. After the publication of this novel, he lead his readers to believe that this story was non-fiction and that all of the twists and turns that occured throughout the plot were true. Eventually, in the second edition of The Castle... Continue Reading →

Current TBR

I keep trying to give myself time constraints on my TBR, and the fact is, it never works. I feel like I'm so busy at the moment with work, uni, Written on the Pages, and writing, that picking a time period just places too much stress on my shoulders. What I'm going to do is... Continue Reading →

The Writer Tag (Tiggity Tag Friday)

I love to write, and I love to answer questions. So, how about we combine the two? I found this tag on Inkblots and Icebergs's website. Definitely check them out! Let's get into the questions! 1: What type of writing do you do? I absolutely love, love, love writing fiction. I suppose you could also... Continue Reading →

My Overambitious TBR of 2020

Like most booklovers, I have plans of reading a bucketload this year. I'm setting my usual 50 book reading goal to 75 (but striving for 100--though I'm not certain how well that's going to pan out with both Uni and fulltime work calling my name). I also want to spend more time on this blog... Continue Reading →

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