I am really excited to share this interview with ya'll today, not only because I am super excited for her book Fragile Remedy releasing March 9, 2021 (I know the pandemic pushed it back) I am still crying😭😭 Since connecting for this interview, I have learned that Maria loves The Untamed (has watched it three times) and also plays Animal Crossing?? If that is not #authorgoals #friendgoals I don't know what is !! Without further ado let's read a bit more about Maria's experiences with writing, advice she has for future writers, and my favorite question, what song would you say represents your book?
As part of the #Latinx week for @LGLonlinefest I also had the wonderful chance to work with Yamile Mendez author of the upcoming book On These Magic Shores releasing June 9th 2020. She is so hardworking and especially during our current situations very busy with family and life, so I am extremely honored that she took time out of her day to answer some questions for us!
I'm here still drying my tears after watching the movie #TheHalfofIt , and after reading @Santanareads stunning piece on why this movie is a love story. Many people have said many things about this movie. I just don't agree with them but I agree with Caro. Im taking a leap of off their bravery because I am actually terrified to type this.
Welcome to the #Latinx author interviews! It is the Last day of Let’s Get Lit Book Fest #Latinx Week. The fest will continue to take place over the next 6 weeks and will support and highlight marginalized authors of different communities, It has brought me great joy to have this opportunity to work with authors who I love and support, so let’s hear what they had to say about their experiences in the industry, their advice for writers and fond memories they have had in publishing! ❤ In today’s post, I will be Interviewing Panelists Claribel Ortega, Aiden Thomas, Romina Garber and Natalia Sylvester.
Today, on the 3rd day of Let's Get Lit Book Fest I bring you the books of all the authors that are being featured this week! I am so excited to be able to say that I either own most of these or have had the honor to read them ahead of time ❤ These are special to my heart, and I hope some of these touch your life too. Read below for the books and synopsis! I have added Bookshop.org links if you would like to support indie bookstores with your purchase:) and a Goodreads link if you would like to save it for later!
Welcome to the #Latinx author interviews! It is the second day of Let’s Get Lit Book Fest that will take place over the next 6 weeks and will support and highlight marginalized authors of different communities, you can check here who else will be featured by other bloggers soon! It has brought me great joy to have this opportunity to work with authors who I love and support, so let’s hear what they had to say about their favorite books, publishing and my favorite: If you had to pick a song to represent your book what would it be?
Welcome to the #Latinx author interviews! There will be a total of 13 interviews and in this post, I bring you the first four! The Let's Get Lit Book Fest will take place over the next 6 weeks and will support and highlight marginalized authors of different communities, you can check who else will be featured by other bloggers soon! It has brought me great joy to have this opportunity to work with authors who I love and support, so let's hear what they had to say about their favorite books, publishing and my favorite: If you had to pick a song to represent your book what would it be? 🙂
The authors that will be featured on my blog this week are amazing, and I am absolutely delighted to have had a chance to work with them for this week's interviews!! You can check out below how lucky I was and learn a little bit more about them.
I love that the story opens with the preconceived notions that the three MC's have towards each other, That sorcerers are evil, that librarians never dabble in magic and that demons can never feel empathy and concern. It is very much a book about dispelling myths and not judging a book by its cover. It is also a crazy adventure that keeps you on the edge of your seat and turning pages, wondering if people are who they truly seem.
AHHHHHHHH I am so excited that this book is releasing today and I was super inspired to make some content for ya'll so here goes everything lol ! First and foremost I want to thank @hearourvoicesBT for letting me be a part of this and for putting all the flawless asexual rep in my hands:)… Continue reading RAYBEARER #BookReview & Playlist
I am so excited to bring this author Interview to you after what seems like a lifetime has passed in my life! I had the honor of chatting a bit with Suzanne (@suzanneclay_) about their books, their writing experience as an author and honestly just Fangirl at the fact that they write some of my favorite books in the LGBTQIA+ Romance genre! It is literally a tradition for me to get a signed copy of Suzanne Clay's books every year for my birthday, cause I'm lucky enough that they always decide to publish around that date:) Can you tell I'm excited? Hope you enjoy the Interview!!!
Why is it that every time you love a book so much it is hard to find the words?!! Anyways here I am, this might turn into a Books you will like if you like this one, 15 thoughts while reading and just my general thoughts so bear with me, because there was so much about this book that I loved!
There is one sentence that has not left my mind since I stopped listening to the audiobook: Angela Davis is still alive.
Hi all! I do apologize for being absent, I have been focusing on my reading lately. However, next month I am hosting my own readathon, I have been waiting to do the next round. My readthon is the TBR Readathon in which you select your book picks from books already in your TBR! I am… Continue reading TBR Readathon Recs!