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The Song Rising is almost here! I am thrilled as a Bone Season Advocate to be sharing with you today a sneak peak of the book!
The Bone Season was one of those books that blew me away. I read it before I started blogging and before I found the online book community. I was so in love with Samantha’s world building and characters that this book became an instant favorite.
This was me after reading the end of The Mime Order….
Can you say waiting for The Song Rising has been agony? YES. IT. HAS. I need more so bad which is why I’m super excited to share the prelude with you today! [Read more…]
Bookstagram is HUGE! I remember only a few years ago bookstagram being mostly people taking cool photos of their books outside or what they got for mail. But it’s become something much larger!
I think of myself as being someone who is decently creative but I have literally NO good place to take photos at my home and time and time again I felt my photos couldn’t live up to the amazing quality of those I followed.
One day I just had a moment of inspiration and decided it’d be funny to create a bookstagram that was OPPOSITE of what’s out there. Since I can’t do awesome photos, why not do them badly on purpose? Ta-da! That’s where it all began. [Read more…]
Why I thought about this
A few weeks ago I made my 16th book trailer for Nevernight. After I had finished and published it, I got to reflecting on it’s process. EVERY time I make a book trailer there is a day of self-doubt, a day where I truly don’t know if it’ll come together. And to be honest, I’ll hate my trailer. Every time.
There's always this point when I'm making a book trailer where I think…"maybe this sucks" 😥. 😅
— Sarah K (@thebooktraveler) July 26, 2016
Every time I start a new book trailer I feel like it's never gonna come together. Hopefully this one will!
— Sarah K (@thebooktraveler) December 8, 2015
I got to thinking about this and realized that on those days where I look at my work in progress and realize it’s NOT what I want it to be it spurs me to make it better! [Read more…]