• How to get FREE books to review
    Book Stuff & Reads

    How to Get FREE Books to Review: 7 Places to Look for Free ARCs

    Looks like you love reading just as much as I do, as well as reviewing books on your blog. But I can hear your question, avid reader: “How to get free books to review?” Well, there’s a legit answer to that question and it doesn’t need you to look for pirated copies of books. Opportunities to read for free are everywhere if you just know where to look. In this post, I’m going to cover 7 places to look for your free books to review.

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    Online University of my dreams

    The more I read about WaldenU.edu, the more I feel I should be studying there one day. I won’t begin to mention how many short story character ideas that university has given me, with its many beautiful degree programs. The more I learn about Walden, the more I fall in love with it. Too bad that I can’t access it for a ton of reasons. *sigh* Walden University’s online degree programs include many subjects in many different areas, but here’s my favorite: ~ Using Research and Data to Drive Decision-Making ~ Planning and Program Development for Online and Distance Learning ~ Understanding Students: Learning, Development, and Diversity ~ Enterprise and…

  • Virginia Woolf - Diario di una scrittrice
    Book Stuff & Reads,  On Writing

    Virginia and Lia and Writing

    I cannot distract myself from my daily reading of Virginia Woolf‘s A Writer’s Diary – “Diario di una Scrittrice” in Italian translation published by minimum fax. I keep wondering why I haven’t started reading this book earlier, the day I bought it, because it would have helped me through my ups and downs in writing. I can see a lot of myself into V. Woolf’s daily routine, feelings and nervous breakdowns. Perhaps the ‘only’ difference (not so slight one) is that I’m not bipolar: I’m highly sensitive and I have a religious faith that helps me see the light at the end of the dark tunnel of my mental issues.…

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