Owner and blogger at Book Dragons. Home to my thoughts, opinions and feelings on books, organisation and much more! I'm a Graphic and Digital Design student, who often argues with her graphics.
Sarcasm is my default, addicted to tea and I'd rather you didn't save me from a dragon. Contributor to Bookwyrming Thoughts as well as a co-host to Novel Newcomers 2019.
Co-Founder of Bookend Events, a quarterly event with the aim to bring the bookish community, closer together: our twitter is @bookend_events.
In case you’re wondering, being on hiatus is torture. But here we are with another Novel Newcomers post, which is late kinda by a few hours. Anyhoo I hope you’re ready to get to know another new book blogger!
You can find all of Aki’s links at the end of the post, so grab a cuppa, get comfy as we learn a bit more about Aki!
Eeeeek in case any of you haven’t seen Charvi’s blog yet, what are you doing with yourself? I love her blog, her bookstagram and just Charvi in general. She’s awesome and I get the pleasure of interviewing her for Novel Newcomers. Soooo here we go!
You can find all of Charvi’s links at the end of the post, so grab a cuppa, get comfy as we learn a bit more about Charvi!
*twirls about as she dusts off another tag to do* I’m going to conquer this tag mountain ok, I will do thissss. Let’s roll on out of our comfort zone with this tag, as I have to eliminate a genre and then for my answers none of the books can be from that genre. *looks about nervously*
I’ve actually talked myself out of taking a break over 10 times now, each time I just told myself I’d be ok, I can’t take a break right now because I have this or that happening. It took me attempting to write a blog post on a certain topic, for me to realise I should probably take a hiatus. Then it took some awesome friends telling me I need to take the break, for me to start accepting it a bit more. I slept on it, wrote an entry in my journal about it. Then when I woke up looked at my planned content for May and June to see what can get reshuffled to a later month.
Ever watched a film and liked it but thought it’d be better as a book? It’s not something that happens a lot for me, partially due to my lack of consuming films/TV shows. However this prompt is inspired from watching a set of 4 films, whilst I loved them I was mostly there watching them still because of the characters. It got me thinking that really this story would perhaps have been better suited in book form?