Diversity in Speculative Fiction: Characters and Worlds.

Diversity in Speculative Fiction: Characters and Worlds.

Writing diverse characters as a white, straight and privileged woman. Diversity in Speculative Fiction is something I think about a lot as a writer (and a white one). I want to write diverse books, in which everyone feels and is represented. But the thing is, is that I write speculative fiction – and the majority of the stories I write are not…

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The Best books I have read in 2020

The Best books I have read in 2020

The best books I have read in 2020 Hello everyone and welcome to my post on the best books I have read in 2020 – one of my favorite categories in the world! I have read almost 50 books this year, which isn’t necessarily the amount of books I want to read, but still – I am proud of myself.…

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Stories that inspire me to write

Stories that inspire me to write

Stories that inspire me to write There are many stories that inspire me to write my own. I love stories throughout all contexts; games, books, movies, graphic, animation, series, etc. Here are some of my favorites, mostly books and movies/tv-series. Avatar First we have Avatar. I’m not speaking about the last Airbender, although that one is somewhere in this post…

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Young Adult Bookish Vocabulary

Young Adult Bookish Vocabulary

Young Adult Bookish Vocabulary Today I wanted to teach you a little young adult bookish vocabulary. Whether you’re just looking around the corner in Booktube-, Bookstagram– or BookblogLand; I’ve got your covered with some basic terms we use. And of course, what they exactly mean. Let’s get started! #1 TBR Stands for “To Be Read“. This refers to all the…

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Meeting V.E. Schwab + YALFU haul

Meeting V.E. Schwab + YALFU haul

YALFU 2019 Today I’m going to talk about my day at Yalfu in Utrecht. There were multiple authors at the event, but I was really there for V.E. Schwab. I saw her this year at Bookcon, but hadn’t gotten the chance to meet her. So, it was absolutely PERFECT to get another chance for meeting her. She’s such a special…

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Top 5 YA books I want to see made into movies

Top 5 YA books I want to see made into movies

Top 5 YA books I want to see made into movies In this post I am going to share what YA books I want to see made into movies! A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas This is the first (and maybe also number 1) book I want to see being made into a movie. I know…

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Bookcon 2019 | Holly Black, Cassandra Clare, Marie Lu, Marissa Meyer & Victoria Aveyard

Bookcon 2019 | Holly Black, Cassandra Clare, Marie Lu, Marissa Meyer & Victoria Aveyard

Bookcon 2019 Day 2 Yay! The last day of Bookcon 2019 was also packed with many amazing things, and I can’t wait to tell you all about it. I had made a full schedule before going to Bookcon (for both days), and I must say that most of it went according to plan! But, for the second day I had…

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