Author: Jessica

Bookfessional: Default Book Recommendations

Bookfessional: Default Book Recommendations

Bookfessional: Default Book Recs First of all, lemme say that I do still read actual books, and I will be posting reviews again soon. The recent surplus of bookfessionals isn’t indicative of another book funk. I’ve been rereading 1000+ page Brandon Sanderson epic fantasies (that I’ve already reviewed) in preparation for all 1233 pages of […]

— Posted October 27, 2017 by Jessica / 4 Comments
Bookfessional: Blogger Perks (@jessicadhaluska, @pagehabit)

Bookfessional: Blogger Perks (@jessicadhaluska, @pagehabit)

Bookfessional: Blogger Perks Last week I posted on Instagram and Facebook when I received a finished copy of OATHBRINGER by Brandon Sanderson from Tor, and suddenly old friends from real life that I hadn’t talked to in YEARS were commenting, sending PMs, etc. all wanting to know: how?? LOOKIT what I just got in the […]

— Posted October 25, 2017 by Jessica / 6 Comments
Bookfessional: Enhanced Reading

Bookfessional: Enhanced Reading

Bookfessional: Kindle in Motion I know there are all kinds of ereaders on the market today, but let’s be honest—aside from the occasional Nook holdout, how many people read their ebooks on anything other than a kindle or using the kindle app? Very few. Like so few that I’m pretty sure that I’m more likely […]

— Posted October 18, 2017 by Jessica / 9 Comments
Bookfessional: Special Edition Books

Bookfessional: Special Edition Books

Bookfessional: Special Editions Have you guys noticed the recent uptick in new and improved versions of popular novels? This phenomenon seems to manifest in one of two ways: 1. Chain stores like Barnes & Noble and/or Target offer versions of a new release with additional content specific to their version. What this super special content […]

— Posted October 13, 2017 by Jessica / 9 Comments
Bookfessional: Authors on Pinterest

Bookfessional: Authors on Pinterest

Bookfessional: Author Insight I don’t know about the rest of you, but when I’m reading a book, unless a character (or place, or thing) descriptively bares a remarkable resemblance to some preexisting person, place, or thing (like Bones and Spike in Jeaniene Frost’s Night Huntress series), I only have the vaguest impression of their actual […]

— Posted October 11, 2017 by Jessica / 3 Comments
Review: The Little Red Wolf by Amélie Fléchais

Review: The Little Red Wolf by Amélie Fléchais

I was raised on fairytales. As an adult, this single fact has fundamentally shaped my reading preferences. I love the darkness, the trick-cy faeness of the villains, the magicalness of the forest where almost all of these stories take place, and anytime I find a new story that embodies this kind of fairytaleness, I gleefully […]

— Posted October 6, 2017 by Jessica / 1 Comment
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