Why I think The Carnival of Ash is an outstanding novel #TheWriteReads #UltimateBlogTour

DISCLAIMER: THE WRITE READS PROVIDED ME A DIGITAL and physical COPY OF THE NOVEL The carnival of ash BY tom beckerlegge IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW. Book Info Genre: Adult Fantasy (Update: Adult Literary Alternative History is more accurate) Length: 528 Pages Publishing: 15th March 2022 Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1786185008/  Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/58438204-the-carnival-of-ash  Blurb Cadenza is the City of…

My Thoughts on Connie Glynn’s “The Rosewood Chronicles: Undercover Princess” #TheWriteReads #UltimateBlogTour

DISCLAIMER: THE WRITE READS AND Penguin PROVIDED ME A digital copy OF THE NOVEL THE Rosewood chronicles #1: undercover princess BY connie glynn IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW. Book Info The Rosewood Chronicles #1 Genre: YA Fantasy Length: 441 Pages Publishing: 2nd November 2017 Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Rosewood-Chronicles-Undercover-Princess/dp/0062847821/   Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/34042261-undercover-princess  Blurb When fairy tale obsessed Lottie Pumpkin…

What I Read in February 2022 – A month for Shoujo and Josei Manga

I could probably read a couple of articles and write, “Here’s what I read this month!” but I know nothing would come out of it. Apart from what’s going on in my country (elections–not my favorite topic to talk nor write about) or in Ukraine and Russia (I’m not equipped to broach this subject), I…

A Reader-response to Kristin Ward’s “Blood of the Lost Kingdom” #TheWriteReads #Blogtour

DISCLAIMER: THE WRITE READS PROVIDED ME A DIGITAL COPY OF THE NOVEL BLOOD OF THE LOST KINGDOM BY KRISTIN WARD IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW. Book Info Genre: YA Fantasy Length: 282 Pages Publishing: 3rd August 2021 Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09289NXN3 Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/58696750-blood-of-the-lost-kingdom  Blurb Mysterious. Hidden. Sacred. Erabel is the beating heart of Dorcha Wood. And its heir…

Studying Python for 30 days with Mimo App

As a human being, learning is a must. Since it’s related to my job and it’s a lot easier to provide requirements when you know what they are looking for, I decided to self-study coding. I’ve been casually studying for two years now. As for the choice of coding language, I started with Scratch, CSS,…

What I read in January 2022

It’s been a while since I did this, I even forgot how to do it. After my December project fiasco, I decided to just take a break (as if I haven’t been doing that in a while) and just recalibrate. There are moments when a person needs to have a soliloquy and ask himself about…

Planning my 2022 Journal and using productivity tools

This is a 15-day late post but I’m uploading it anyway. This is how I setup my 2022 journal- nothing fancy but it works for me. I’ve already seen a number of journal / planner setups using Notion and another app I can’t remember but I have opted for a free journal app and other…

Unboxing: J.R.R. Tolkien’s Tales from the Perilous Realm

I received this as a Christmas present – hurray for wishlists! Two things I noticed: It was securely wrapped: bubble wrap+ box+ foam film . That’s a plus, kudos! With books we can’t afford them to get wet or damaged because of delivery issues but I think Fully Booked can still probably opt for a…