I'm a book lover + blogger + chocolate addict who helps BLOGGERS AND BOOK WORMS discover their INNER READER and become BETTER BLOGGERS by giving them POSTS, ADVICE and REVIEWS so that they can have an easier blogging journey and discover the best bookish content out there.
Blurbs are #1 reason to buy a book and apparently, they have souls.
And this guest post, by the lovely and fabulous Kellyn Roth @ Reveries tells you why blurbs are so important and how to take advantage of that lovely magnet that should pull your readers in. I am beyond excited for the Typewriter Project to officially begin and remember, the applications are now closed so I won’t be looking at any other contestants who enter now. You
let’s let Kellyn steal the spotlight (or skip to the first task)
and perhaps shine some light on book blurbs and how to write them.
In fact, some people have multiple reasons for purchasing a wonderful book and I think that’s what builds up a bookworm identity. People pick up books because of its cover and the hype maybe.
So, why do you pick up a book?
Hello! Welcome to the third edition of Dreams and Discussions, a monthly feature where I discuss and dream about all the bookish and blogging thoughts I have.
By now, you guys are used to the procedure. So, grab some marshmallows or the nearest snack and let’s begin with the fabulous discussion, and then a lovely list and a wonderful quiz (hopefully) which will be horribly inaccurate.
Rating: 4 Stars
Title: The Magician’s Workshop
Author(s): Chris Hansen and J.R Fehr
For my second Review Request, I was pretty happy with these two volumes of magic and mayhem.
Welcome to this month’s review! I got this book(s) for free from the lovely co-authors, Chris Hansen and J.R Fehr, and I was delighted! It took me a) so long to read them and b) so long to actually write the review. Nevertheless, the authors were very kind and allowed me all the time in the world.
I AM SO EXCITED to be launching MY FIRST EVER BLOG PROJECT!!!
I cannot contain my excitement, I might be overflowing with it!
Anyways, yes. You read the title correctly (Well, I’m hoping you did), I’m starting THE Typewriter Project. Now, for all you curious beans out there, I will explain what all this excitement is all about and why we are celebrating (and then you can have your marshmallows). The Typewriter Project is something I’ve wanted to do for so long and with the help of May, I overcame my indecisiveness and DECIDED (I did, I actually did) to name it, write a post on it, and publish the supposed post. I know. brave.
Anyways, I wanted to start the Typewriter project and I AM! So let’s begin with what it’s all about because I know, the suspense is killing you.
I think I might be turning into somewhat of an ‘organised’ person. It’s weird.
April was ACTUALLY quite a good month compared to the rubbish March – I actually DID stuff and PLANNED stuff. And yes, I ORGANISED stuff. *claps*. I’m pretty proud of myself for this month because I accomplished quite a lot and procrastination only visited a few times! I did miss it a bit, but I’m glad my workload is becoming smaller and smaller!