Many people want to read more, but blame their busy schedules for not being able to. I myself have this same problem attending university, doing homework, and working for money on the weekends. But, that’s why I’m here to share what I’ve been trying to do instead! You want to read more, but forcing yourself… Continue reading Too busy to read a book and relax? Here’s what you should do!
Almost everyone has a favourite book, a book that you might read again and again just like you’d watch a film over and over again. And that’s a good thing! Do you want to know why? Let me tell you the benefits! Reading skills When you read a book for the first time, you often… Continue reading This is why you should reread books
My seventh book, which I see as the best book I’ve ever written, is officially available via Amazon, Bol.com, and via order via me! A science-fiction/dystopian YA/NA book that beholds secrets, sacrifices, and fighting for freedom. If you buy my newest book, use the hashtag #TheDomeCode on any platform so I can see you’re enjoying… Continue reading The Dome Code is officially available!
Reading is of course very good for you in general, but don’t forget to take a pile of books with you on holiday. Why? Well, let me tell you why! Fun Sometimes the journey to your destination can feel like it takes forever. A book offers the perfect distraction. This makes the journey seem shorter… Continue reading This is why you should read a book on your holiday
Reading is very healthy, but most people don’t even bother to pick up a book to read a story. With these five tips, you’ll be able to read more. If you can find time in your busy life, that is! Taste You often come into contact with books because certain books are recommended and/or through… Continue reading Want to read more? Use these tips!
Do you want to read more, but don’t know which genre suits you? Or are you wondering which genre you should actually read despite having one you love to read? This is what your zodiac sign tells you! Aquarius An Aquarius is often open-minded and progressive. Books that other people might consider weird are actually… Continue reading The genre you should read according to your zodiac sign
As most of my readers know, I’ve been a published author since 2014. I’ve published 6 books thus far, and I’m currently working on 4 more. Yes, you read that correctly, 4. Today, I’m gonna explain in tiny details what those books are about that you can look forward to! Raven’s Phoenix part 2 and… Continue reading The books I’m currently working on
I love reading books, more so do I love series/trilogies. It might be why I’m writing my own trilogy too, but it’s not about my own series. No, today, it’s about my top 3 book series thus far. There’s also tons of other series I read, like Lord of the Rings or The Hunger Games,… Continue reading Top 3 book series
I read lots of books, a little less nowadays whilst writing my own book, working on edits, streaming etc. But, I got 15 books to share with my readers! And so, I decided to divide it in 3 parts and give you some time to buy them and read them if wished! We Are Okay… Continue reading Must-read YA books #3
I read lots of books, a little less nowadays whilst writing my own book, working on edits, streaming etc. But, I got 15 books to share with my readers! And so, I decided to divide it in 3 parts and give you some time to buy them and read them if wished! One Of Us… Continue reading Must-read YA books #2
I read lots of books, a little less nowadays whilst writing my own book, working on edits, streaming etc. But, I got 15 books to share with my readers! And so, I decided to divide it in 3 parts and give you some time to buy them and read them if wished! Six Of Crows… Continue reading Must-read YA books #1
I love books. Reading them, yes. Writing them? Even more. But that’s not what today’s tag is about. Today’s tag is purely about reading books. Or, you know, maybe I managed to sneak a writing answer in there somewhere 😉 I guess only time, and the answers, will tell! How many books are too many… Continue reading 19 questions book tag
I myself love books. Yes, I write my own, but I also read tons. Okay, maybe a little less than I used to because I’m very busy with writing. But, I used to read many fantasy books and still have some unread ones on my bookshelf. I dare to say I’m a bookworm, and if… Continue reading The signs you’re an absolute bookworm!
As many people requested, my book is now also available as an eBook in the Kindle store of Amazon! It’s also still purchasable as a paperback at the same website and at Bol.com. I sold 7 paperback copies so far (4 on Bol.com and 3 on Amazon.com) but there’s always room for more 😉 So,… Continue reading My book is now an eBook too!
Remember the post I wrote about what kind of personality you have with a certain taste of films? The same goes for books. So, each genre has its own personality traits that can be matched with humans, according to scientists. So, let’s take a look at those, shall we? Classics You have read just about… Continue reading What your favourite book genre says about your personality
Now that Covid is keeping us all inside, Halloween parties have been cancelled, which is a very sad thing to live by. Now, you could watch Halloween films and eat Halloween snacks, or, you could read a ‘spooky’ book with candles all around you. I bet you like the second option more. So, let me… Continue reading Books that are ideal to read during Halloween
I often get the question: how are you so mad to even start writing a book and actually publish it? There’s a simple answer to that question: because I want to share my fantasy with others, to create a world for myself that I can let others relive. Now, non-writers often ask me how I… Continue reading How to write a book without being a writer
I love reading fantasy books, but I love writing them more. In any case, that’s not what today’s post is about. It’s all about the fantasy books I’ve read so far and made a top 5 of them to share with any other book lovers. So, let’s dive into it! The Unspoken Name Csorwe does… Continue reading Top 5 fantasy books published in 2020 so far
No one can deny the fact that including an injury in a story makes it much more interesting to read. But, how do you make sure it looks realistic enough? Because we all know that some shows don’t spend enough time on making an injury look realistic enough. So, let me help you to avoid… Continue reading Writer’s Guide: How to add realistic injuries to your story
I love reading and do it even more now that I’m stuck inside. So, I’ve read a couple of books that came out in 2020 and I’ve made my top 5 out of the ones I’ve read so far! Without further ado: let’s take a look! 1. Dear Edward by Ann Napolitano Amid the wreckage… Continue reading 2020 books that are worth reading!