2018 has been INTENSE, but, oh, so good.
It's that time of the year again when I shout out my anticipated releases for the coming year! 2019 books are looking good! I'm especially stoked about the fiction and YA picks, although you know I've got a soft spot for my middle-grade novels. Without further ado, here are 2019 books I'm excited to read [...]
Adebola Rayo is one of the first Nigerians I ever knew to be a freelancer. As you'll read in this interview, she pretty much stumbled into the profession, even though it's obviously what she was born to do. She shares how she got into freelance writing and editing in Nigeria and how she's sustained her momentum.
It was truly enjoyable to interview Crystal Hana Kim for BOOK'D. She shares the brilliant short story writer whose work she forces all her friends to read, some of her favorite recently released books and her "loud" reading habits. In addition, she shares a book that made her want to take her writing more seriously, her thoughts on book clubs and her extensive TBR.
I love audiobooks and I cannot lie. Lately, they've been my go-to. It just feels so luxurious to have a voice actor narrate a book to you when you're too tired to read, too busy to sit down for an hour or just plain lazy. These are books that are narrated excellently and better enjoyed on audio than as a hardcopy or ebook (in my opinion).