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Chapter 5: Labyrinth Lost

Trying a new format for my reviews, tell me if you like it.

Labyrinth Lost by Zoraida Córdova

Synopsis: Alex comes from a family of brujas(witches) and as she grows she only sees the horror that comes at the price of having magic. 819 more words


Chapter 4: King's Cage

Spoiler Free Review
“There are pieces of me, small pieces, still in love with a fiction.”

There are pieces of me, small pieces, still in love with this story. 488 more words


Conflict of Interest: 2 Case Studies for Reviewers

Written by Lyndon Hernandez, MD, MPH, FASGE, Chair of the GIE Editorial Review Board

Conflict of interest is not always clear cut and could pull us in the opposite direction, but thankfully we have guidelines to follow that will help. 286 more words

Peer Review

I'm Sorry But I Hate Your Book

I’ve definitely turned a corner over the past few months when it comes to writing up negative reviews.

I read an obscene number of books and gaining perspective on what it is that I do and don’t enjoy –  I’m rapidly gaining confidence in slapping a low star rating on the titles I don’t enjoy reading. 538 more words

Book Review


Calling all bloggers, romance readers, and lovers of books! Reviewers wanted!

I’m an #authorpreneur. I started a small publishing company called Moody Writer Publishing, because I believe in my work. 510 more words


Editroial 27: Nitpicking

Because of my budget, I can only afford to see one movie a week. After I saw LEGO Batman I saw another film because I was asked to by a friend. 1,976 more words


Problematic Books: TBR or not?

The question many readers have asked themselves recently, because of the rising of certain problematic books, is should they read the books or blacklist them? There is even a fear for a reader to post about certain books on all social medias because they fear the ‘attack’ of someone who knows the wrong of the book. 496 more words