Today we're kicking back and chatting a little with Lucy May Lennox, the author of Flowers by Night. I had the chance to read it last year and wow, I was blown away! So, of course, an interview was in order ;D
The Wasteland – Q&A with W.A.W. Parker
Everybody and their mom knows by now that I adored The Wasteland. It's such a great book it's already in my Top '21 Chart, first place. I felt like I wanted to indulge a bit more into it tho, so I did the thing any sensible girl would do in my place: I contacted W.A.W. Parker and asked him if he was interested in doing a little interview with me. And he said yes 😀 thank you so much, Adam!
A Very Vengeful Valentine
Monsters are not keen on Valentine’s day. Sure, they fall in love, but they’re not big fans of human celebrations. They’d like not to have them pushed on. This might be the reason why the cafeteria is a mess of paper hearts, flowers and confetti when my shift begins. It might also explain why Charon … Continue reading A Very Vengeful Valentine
The reading pile (so far)
As I was saying on Twitter a few days ago, my reading pile is growing! 😀 In theory, it's a bad thing - books are piling up! Oh noes! I can't see the ceiling anymore! (metaphorically speaking) - but truth be told, the more I store away, the happier I am. I tend to think of myself as a nerdy version of Smaug: all snuggled up in my cave, billion words tucked under my wings and looking for more.
Recipe for a perfect book – Ingredient #1
If a dish needs a bunch of this and a pinch of that to turn out delicious (or, like, edible; cooking is not my strong suit), what would a book need? What are the staples, the foundation of The Perfect Book According to Tissie?
Playlist: Some Girls Bite
Let's be honest here: don't you ever think books should come with their own OST, just like movies? I can't help but imagine how cool a lot of scenes would be with some background music. Is it just me?