Mini-review for illustrated children's book, Polar Bear Postman by Seigo Kijima. Like last week unfortunately this is another example of why I hate getting illustrated children's books from Netgalley. Polar Bear Postman Author: Seigo Kijima. Category: Illustrated Children's Book Suitable for: All ages, ideal for 4-8 My Rating: 1.5 Stars Format Used for Review: Kindle copy received… Continue reading (Mini-Review) Polar Bear Postman by Seigo Kijima
Hello awesome readers. I'm reviewing a children's book today, and this is a perfect example of why I hate being sent requests for children's books on Netgalley. Click the wrong link, find it automatically added to my shelf (affecting my ratio), receive a mess of an e-book that I'm supposed to use for review. A… Continue reading (REVIEW) Kuma-Kuma Chan’s Travels by Kazue Takahashi
Hello awesome readers. So, I don't know the origin of this Q&A but I saw it on ashesbooksandbobs.com recently. I know I've seen it before and I always meant to do it.. and hey look! I finally got around to it! These were pretty fun questions to answer, if you are a book blogger as… Continue reading Book Blogger Q&A – Cliffhangers, Love Triangles, Faves, DNFS and more!
Hey awesome readers. As you may know (from Twitter) yesterday I partook in a 24 hour reading challenge with E and Cody. From 7AM PST Thursday to 7AM PST Friday I did nothing but read. I really wanted to do this challenge to make some serious progress on my TBR pile and now I'll share… Continue reading My 24 Hour Read-a-thon Results! #24HourReadathon
As a blogger I have received thousands of requests for book reviews. My inbox is very overwhelming. Sadly there isn't enough time to help everyone who contacts me and I have to reject most requests, when I even find the time to respond. So how do those lucky few get through? Today I thought I… Continue reading Where Book Review Requests Go Wrong – What NOT to do!
This is an anthology of 13 short stories with various plots from different genres. It has everything from revenge thrillers, to spooky paranormal tales, psychopaths and monsters. The ones who just die are the lucky ones.