First Lines Fridays is a weekly feature for book lovers hosted by Wandering Words and that I learned about through nen and jen. What if instead of judging a book by its cover, its author or its prestige, we judged it by its opening lines?
I am beyond impressed by this piece! You've improved so much, it's like a different writer!
I want to get involved in some book blog tours this year! I've never done this and don't know where to start. Leave comments telling me how to get started, and, if you have a book blog tour coming up, let me know and I'll join if the book interests me!
NEW BOOK ALERT! I’m working on a new book and want YOUR feedback! Each week, I’ll post a new chapter, and want you to provide your thoughts, opinions, feeling, and feedback on the chapter. Be brutally honest.
Sabaa Tahir has a kehanni's skill in weaving a story. An Ember in the Ashes writhes with emotion, tension, and a world so built out, scenes are vivid.
YEREVAN—The Los-Angeles/Berlin based non-profit Hakawati (storyteller, Arabic) has announced that it will be cooperating with the Sundance Institute and Film Independent to organize and launch a two-month comprehensive filmmaking lab for those impacted by the war in Syria called The Hakawati Project (THP). To be hosted in Armenia, THP will provide a platform to nurture […]The … Continue reading The Hakawati Project: The Syrian Crisis — HyeTert
NEW BOOK ALERT! I'm working on a new book and want YOUR feedback! Each week, I'll post a new chapter, and want you to provide your thoughts, opinions, feeling, and feedback on the chapter. Be brutally honest.
Ivory and Bone is an Ice Age retelling of Pride and Prejudice.
Britt-Marie is the latest literary curmudgeon, following after Ove and Eleanor Oliphant.
Ahlan wa sahlan! Thank you for joining in with us in the Year of the Middle Eastern Reading Challenge (YMERC). As promised, I will begin each month with: A book or two by a Middle Eastern authorA graphic novel by a Middle Eastern author and/or Middle Eastern illustratorA new Arabic song to listen to throughout … Continue reading #YMERC2020 January Part 1