Well guys, here we are. The last discussion post of the year!
…which might actually confuse you all slightly, since I upload them every Wednesday and this is very obviously not the last Wednesday of the year. BUT after uploading a discussion post every single week for a year, I’ve come to the point where ideas are running low. So A Frolic Through Fiction is taking a li’l break from it’s weekly discussions – and with the amount of posts coming from me this December (trust me, there’s A LOT), what better time for the break than now? But don’t you worry, they’ll be back early 2017. Just need some time off to think of new topics!
And so we get to this week’s topic, inspired by the recent BEA changes.
Should publishers do more to appreciate the work of book bloggers?
Continue reading Let’s Talk: Should Publishers do more to acknowledge the work of book bloggers?
Honestly, as I’m writing this now I have no idea where I’m going with this discussion. It’s just something that seems to have popped up a lot lately – especially on twitter – so I thought I’d see what you guys think.
So let’s talk – has book blogging & booktube become competitive?
Continue reading Let’s Talk: Has book blogging and booktube become competitive?
As I mentioned in my Wrap Up, July dragged for me. I felt like it went on forever. So when I came to write up this review and saw I had somehow accumulated this many books in July…well, I was quite surprised, because it felt like a lifetime ago.
I’m pretty sure I say that in a lot of hauls though. It just be the common cause of my buying.
I’ll put it simply. I got nine books in July. Though to be fair, I didn’t buy them all, so…I didn’t spend that much money.
AND in July I read 8 books, so I’ve only added to my TBR by one book. That’s pretty good going, if I do say so myself.
Can you guess any of the books from the picture?
Well, you don’t have to, because I’m about to show them all off screaming LOOK AT ALL THESE PRETTIES.
Here are the books I got in the month of July!
Continue reading July book haul – because a long month = a long haul
Did anyone else feel like July dragged?
As in, dragged along like a rock tied around a snail shell while the little creature treks it’s way across a mile long field while avoiding circling birds.
Because I sure do.
As always, this is going to be a long post, so get comfy and enjoy!
PS. It’s really rather difficult to hold this many books. They’re heavy and slide around, you know!
Continue reading July Wrap Up – Quite a few books along with quite a few changes
*All reviews I write are spoiler free*
How happy I am to finally be writing this review!
Ever since reading The Dead House by Dawn Kurtagich, I’ve been obsessed. I talk about it all the time. If you have me on Twitter, you’ve probably seen.
So you can imagine how thrilled I was when Dawn offered to send me an ARC to review of her new book, The Creeper Man! 😀
Seriously, I ran downstairs and started jumping up and down practically screaming at my dad in incoherent nonsense.
So let’s talk about The Creeper Man!
(though maybe you don’t want to…talking about him can summon terrible things…DUN DUN DUNNNNN)
Title: The Creeper Man (UK) / And The Trees Crept In (US)
Author: Dawn Kurtagich
Publisher: Indigo/Orion (this edition)
Genre: Young Adult, Horror, Mystery
Series Status: Standalone
Number of Pages: 371
Release date: July 14th 2016 (UK) / September 6th 2016 (US)
Continue reading Not Daring To Trust Anyone In The Creeper Man By Dawn Kurtagich
I’m going to warn you in advance – this is probably one of those discussion posts that turns more into a rant.
It just means that I’m passionate about the subject, right?
But that also means you can rant along with me if you like.
So let’s talk about people selling ARC’s
Continue reading Let’s Talk (Though Possibly More Of A Rant): Selling ARCs