Book Alert! Curse Breaker: Enchanted by Melinda Kucsera

Heads up epic fantasy fans (and even those who are not like me)! Here's an enchanting, thrilling and exciting new book/series that will introduce you to a new world called Shayari and to mystic, gifted and complex characters from one of the best fantasy writers! Read on!  SARN indentured himself four years ago to pay for his… Continue reading Book Alert! Curse Breaker: Enchanted by Melinda Kucsera

Listen By Sarah Doughty: An ARC Review

An enchanting page-turner packed with romance, action, and real-life lessons that even non- Paranormal and Fantasy fans (like me) will ENJOY! What is it about: When vampires Liam and Jon go missing, it's up to Aisling Green and her friends to find them, but doing so and surviving what awaits won't be easy. Battling against things… Continue reading Listen By Sarah Doughty: An ARC Review

Liebster Award (3rd and 4th!)

Nothing beats the joy of getting acknowledgements from your co-bloggers. – rosemawrites With all the blessings and things that I am more than grateful these past 50 Days, it is now time to acknowledge the awards given to me last year. 🙂 Yep. Last year! Sorry for the super late response, Caitlin, Anakhan, and Christopher! I… Continue reading Liebster Award (3rd and 4th!)

Writing 101: #IamPresto

Photo credit: To my beloved author, It was Tuesdays with Morrie, that made me an avid fan, I didn't know that you will write a story about Frankie. So yes, I am not excited to know #frankiepresto. It was August 2014 when I read The First Phone Call from Heaven, so no, I'm not excited… Continue reading Writing 101: #IamPresto

BOOK READS: A Review of Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon

A refreshing read with a unique premise but the twist is... Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon Genre: Young Adult Published: 2015 Rating: 💖💖💖💖 (MUST-READ) THE STORY: Madeleine Whittier has an odd illness that confined her in her own little home. For 18 years, she has never been outside her house filled with filtered air. She doesn't long to… Continue reading BOOK READS: A Review of Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon

BOOK READS: A Review of The Color Purple by Alice Walker

Oddly structured. Poignant yet inspiring. The Color Purple by Alice Walker Genre: Fiction. Epistolary novel Published: 1982 Rating: 💖💖💖💖 (MUST-READ) THE STORY: Celie, a ''colored" woman, told her life's tale including the injustices that she has been through. Set in Georgia, she told her story through letters addressed to God. From a woman who felt worthless, she… Continue reading BOOK READS: A Review of The Color Purple by Alice Walker

BLOG AWARDS: The Encouraging Thunder Award

Nothing beats the joy of getting acknowledgements from your co-bloggers. - rosemawrites I have been very busy with a looot of writing exercises courtesy of Blogging University’s WRITING 101. (I am enjoying it, actually. :)) Now, it is time to say my biggest thanks to Aliza Shandel who recently nominated me with The Encouraging Thunder Award. Please… Continue reading BLOG AWARDS: The Encouraging Thunder Award

BLOG-A-VERSARY: Agony turns into Bliss

After a year of taking that leap of faith to end my AGONY, now I feel pure BLISS. It was all worth it. - rosemawrites It was August 28, 2014 when I first published A READING WRITER's first post, Agony. “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” - Maya Angelou, I Know Why the Caged… Continue reading BLOG-A-VERSARY: Agony turns into Bliss

2015 Reading Challenge Update: 32nd and 33rd books

A book with non-human characters and a book with more than 500 pages. It has been a long time since I published an update for my 2015 Reading Challenge. It is because my reading pace has slowed down 😦 because my writing job is just so draining. On a positive note, here are my recent… Continue reading 2015 Reading Challenge Update: 32nd and 33rd books

Tagged: The Emoji Book Tag

So I was tagged by Dimple of Enthralling Dimple with The Emoji Book Tag! So thanks Dimple! 🙂 This book tag is made by seven booktubers namely; Liz from lizlovesliterature, Jenny from Jellafy, Sanaa from InkBonesBooks, Dylan from dylanbooks, Max from WellDoneBooks, Vilde from vforvilde and Scott from Scott Place.  The rules are simple, you just have to relate your five most-used or latest-used EMOJIs… Continue reading Tagged: The Emoji Book Tag