Yes, you read that right. Originally, this series was going to be called 'Characters that didn't/don't tickle my pickle' but I wanted to be able to speak a bit more broadly, ya feel? In this series, I am hoping to discuss books that were either incredibly hyped up and were disappointments, or problematic as fuck [...]
Holy shit on a stick. So, confession, I have been wanting to read A Gentlemen's Guide to Vice and Virtue ever since it was released. This was mainly because of two reasons: one; lgbtqia historical romance which HELLO YES THANK YOU HELP QUENCH MY THIRST; and second, an ACTUAL HAPPY ENDING ! We have been [...]
YAY! Today, I'm hosting the Fierce Female Reads February Blog Tour and this is my post! Be sure to check out Ashley's blog for more deets and follow @fiercefemreads on Twitter so you don't miss anything! Let me get personal for a moment. My understanding of who I am, of my strength, my values, what [...]
How do you begin to live when an unbearable tragedy only allows you to exist?You become me. Hello friends! I come to you today with a brand new review as part of a blog tour for Cassandra Night's Tangled IN YOU, the first novel in her IN YOU series. Tangled IN YOU centres on the main protagonist and her [...]
Hell to the yeah You have absolutely no idea how excited I am to announce the most amazing blog tour/readathon/giveaway BONANZA! In collaboration with Ashley at Falling Down the Book Hole and alongside a literal incredible troupe of bookbloggers within the community, have brought to you the month of February where we celebrate the Fierce Female - [...]
Magic is real, Thomas. No matter what happens, always remember that magic is real. - John Wildus Before I begin this review properly, I do want to briefly discuss my thoughts prior to actually reading Thomas Wildus and the Book of Sorrows. Either unknowingly or knowingly, before we begin a book we do have at least a [...]
Really fantastic ARC program for International reviewers! Check it out, book blogger friends! xx
As discussed in the Reading Around the Globe series, the truth is that book lovers and bloggers outside of the US/UK/AUS are not afforded the same privileges as those of us that live in countries with English publishers. It isn’t about the quality of their reviews or how engaged their audience is with their content: these fantastic bloggers are not even considered for physical ARCs from the publishers due to the shipping costs (eARCs are also country-restricted, but that isn’t the focus of this post).
As a blogger living in the United States, I recognize my privilege and want to use it to help international bloggers and
hopefully inspire change. This feature launched in September 2018 after weeks of careful planning and is constantly growing & improving!
The goal of Flapping Pages is to serve as a hub for trading ARCs, with the focus of ensuring…
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