Reading Around the Globe

Originally posted on Reader Voracious Blog:
🌏🌍🌎 Welcome to Reading Around the Globe, a series here on Reader Voracious Blog geared at fostering a culture of understanding in the bookish community about access to books in various countries around the world. I wanted to take the time to help educate those that live in the…

Making Money from Blogging Pt2?

Originally posted on abooknation:
I seriously need to figure out an intro and outro to my posts! I used to think it was just youtubers that needed them but I keep finding it weird and awkward to start blog posts. [ Maybe that’s just my lack of creativity :)))))))))] Still on the topic of making…

Making Money from Blogging?

Originally posted on abooknation:
I don’t know why, but this topic in the book blogging community is so sensitive, every blogger that has mentioned seems to write about it cautiously whereas other bloggers avoid bringing it up at all. Why not try to make money from something you enjoy doing for free? In all honesty…

Magical properties of birch wood

Originally posted on Hufflepuffery:
Birch symbolizes cleansing, healing, rebirth and new beginnings, protection, creativity, loyalty, leadership, luck, and adaptability. The birch tree has deep roots in cultural and magical symbolism. The ancient Celts believed that fairies and other mystical creatures congregated around birch trees, and that birch groves could sometimes function as doors to the…

Epoch

Originally posted on The Renegade Press:
I recently read an article that said more than 95% of blogs fail within their first twelve months. The reasons for failure vary from a lack of readership, to loss of interest on behalf of the author, and everything in between. But regardless of why they fail, the number shocked…

WordSmiths

Originally posted on Conundrum.:
York, Sierra Leone. Photography by Nadia Assad I’m a thief just a peg lower than Robin, donning a hood Issa Kabbah never unveiled. Poaching feelings across minds and giving them wings. Letting them fly to the welcoming hands of estranged lovers to use as weapons, in status’ shade wars. Subliminal yet…

The Silent Companions by Laura Purcell

Originally posted on Shakespeare & Spice:
The Silent Companions follows a recently widowed Mrs. Bainbridge who’s forced to relocate to an isolated mansion called The Bridge, one that has a dark history of unexplained tragedies. Mrs. Bainbridge arrives unhappy and frustrated with her situation, secrets of her own past entangling with those of The Bridge.…