As we are celebrating Wyrd & Wonder Month, so if you are currently on the hunt, can we interest you with these 25 underrated self-published fantasy books? We promise they are totally worth your time!
Wyrd & Wonder: The Bone Witch Readalong – Week 2
As part of Wyrd and Wonder 2023, Annemieke at A Dance With Books hosts The Bone Witch readalong. Today I’m here to discuss the questions she posted for week 2, regarding Chapters 9-15.
Wyrd & Wonder: The Bone Witch Readalong – Week 1
Every May, a group of dedicated ladies hosts Wyrd and Wonder Month, celebrating all things fantasy. As part of Wyrd and Wonder 2023, Annemieke at A Dance With Books hosts The Bone Witch readalong. Today I’m here to discuss the questions she posted for week 1, regarding Chapters 1-8.
5 Years in the Asylum
To celebrate our 5 years in the Asylum, I’m going to highlight our main milestones, some posts we’ve written over the years, and talk about some of the lessons I’ve learned. It’s very likely will be a long and rambling post, but I’m pretty sure you are used to that by now 😉
Timy’s Reading Goals in 2023
In the name of being organized, I have a couple of reading goals in 2023. Buckle up peeps, because this is going to be one long-ass post with a lot of books mentioned.
Book Tag: My Life in Books 2022
I came across the My Life in Books 2022 Book Tag on Liz’s blog, Cover to Cover and Liz made me do it! And I’m sticking to my story.
Let’s Talk About Reviewing
A recent conversation made me think about reviewing, and it seemed like a worthy topic for the 1000th published post here on Queen’s Book Asylum. So, let’s talk about reviewing!
A Beginner’s Guide to Blog Tours
Arina discusses what exactly is a blog tour, what good it brings to the community, and why reviewers love them.
Does Disability Define Me?
This post was originally labelled as A Week in My Head post, but the more I thought about it, the more I thought it probably should be published on its own accord. Disability is a topic that we should talk about, because it has many forms and each case is as individual as we ourselves are. So, I decided to repost this article and add a few more thoughts.
Why Did I Stop Reading in Hungarian?
I’m here to talk about how I got into reading in English and why I don’t read in Hungarian anymore. But let’s clear up one thing: Hungarian is a complex, beautiful, pain in the ass language and I love it to pieces. It saddens me that don’t get to use it more often as it’s my mother tongue and there are many things I can express much better in it than English. Sarcasm and humor is one of those things.