Sunday Weekly Wrap Up (10)


This week, school has began again . . . leaving me less time to read and write and blog. But here is a condensed blog post of what has happened this week. Let me know what your week was like in the comments below!

In Bookish News: This week, I read and reviewed A Game of Thrones by George R. R. Martin — which was seriously one of the best books I’ve ever read. Developed characters, wonderful world building, and amazing writing, anyone who loves a good high fantasy. On Tuesday, I posted the top ten books you should read if you liked The Hunger Games. Usually I don’t like comparing books to popular books, but this might be a good guide for anyone who is looking for a dystopian novel with similar elements that The Hunger Games have. Thursday was my Thursday Quotables post where I highlighted my favourite quotes from Wild Awake by Hilary T. Smith. Here’s something I want to know: do you judge a book by its cover? I do, and I admit it. Here’s my post on the matter.

In Writing News: This week, I’ve been making some steady progress on City of Illusions and The Empire of Stars. I’m juggling projects at the moment, maybe not the best idea, but I’m going to make a blog post next week in the matter. This week on the blog, I talked about my writing process. I was part of the My Writing Process Blog Tour — and it was heaps of fun! Also check out the blogs I’ve linked to at the bottom of the post, who are next in the blog tour. On Friday, I talked about unique ideas — is there really such thing? So, unique or overused, let me know.

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Come back on Monday to see a review of A Clash of Kings by Geroge R. R. Martin.


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