Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Beta Reading

 I have decided to start beta reading. If you would like me to read your book before you publish, feel free to contact me. All of this information can also be found on my page "Beta Reading".

I'm an avid reader, and have been reviewing/blogging for almost a year and a half now. I have recently started beta reading, and would love to work with you! I read a wide variety of genre, but most often read YA/NA. Middle Grade, and Fantasy (all ages) but am willing to read most any genre.

I don't often read romance or contemporary fiction, but am happy to occasionally, so feel free to ask.

I will not read LGBT+ or erotic fiction, but don't mind LGBT+ characters or sex, it just can't be the main focus of the story.

Gore isn't a problem, and I love adult dark fantasy, steampunk horror, and YA/middle grade paranormal horror.

I'll beta read most books for $25, but longer books (like epic fantasy, etc) might be slightly more. I can also take a little less for poetry, short stories, and novella. Just ask.

Turn around is often 1-2 weeks, but might be a little longer on books with over 400+ pages, or during my busy seasons. I also run a blog tour company, so I have to plan around that as well. I read books in first come, first serve order.

You can contact me here, message me, or email me at adventuresthruwonderland@gmail.com

Indie Bookfest 2017

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Over eighty fabulous authors, panels and workshops for both authors and readers . . . two
amazing parties and a huge signing . . . where in the world can you find all of this awesomeness
in one event?

Indie BookFest, of course!

This premier author-reader event, in its fifth year in central Florida, takes place September 28 th
through October 1 st at the Westin Lake Mary.
5thanniversary
Indie BookFest is the only non-organization- affiliated author event to offer a dedicated Industry
Day, with representatives from a variety of service companies presenting workshops,
participating in panels and meeting with authors. This year, industry reps include those from
Written Word Media, Draft2Digital, Robin Reads, Bublish and more.
But IBF isn’t simply an author education conference. We also offer an entire evening and day of
Reader Appreciation panels and presentations—PLUS FanFare, an evening where the authors
entertain the readers.
And if that wasn’t enough, there’s also a three-hour signing that is free and open to the public, on
Saturday from three to six.
Tickets to Indie BookFest 2017 are available now. There are several options for readers and for
attending authors:
--INDUSTRY DAY Ticket: This option provides admittance to and participation in all the
panels and workshops offered on Friday, September 29 th . Topics will apply to both new and
established authors, as well as to others in the publishing field. This ticket allows attending
authors and those interested in exploring the possibility of authorhood to participate in the entire
weekend; it also includes FanFare, Reader Appreciation Day participation, the signing and
Saturday night party. Thursday night’s Dinner with the Authors is not included.
--VIP TICKET: This option provides admittance to and participation in all aspects of Indie
BookFest, including access to the entire weekend EXCEPT the Thursday night dinner (available
at an additional charge), including the Green Room, all panels, workshops, parties and signings.
VIP ticket holders also receive a special VIP swag bag.
--GENERAL ADMISSION TICKET: This option includes access to FanFare on Friday night,
reader workshops and panels on Saturday, the three-hour signing on Saturday, and the Saturday
night party, as well as access to the Swag Tables.
--YOUNG AUTHOR EVENT: The Young Author session will take place Saturday, September
30, from 9:30-11 AM. Attendees must be under 18 to attend. A panel of authors will lead the
workshop, which will explore all nuances of writing and publishing a book. Very Important:
This is an add-on ticket to the main event. You must purchase either a general admission/VIP
or Industry Day ticket to add this event.
-- THURSDAY NIGHT DINNER WITH THE AUTHORS: Join authors from Indie BookFest
2017 as we kick off the event with a lovely buffet meal in a beautiful setting.
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For more information and to purchase tickets, visit our website and Eventbrite page.

ARC Review: Santa, Please Bring Me a Gnome

33375922 Santa, Please Bring Me a Gnome by An Swerts
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Dear Santa... That's how Tess starts her letter. You don't have to bring me any toys this year. The only thing I want is a real gnome. Full of anticipation, Tess looks forward to the day her new friend arrives: a friend she can take everywhere, and with whom she can share everything. With Grandpa and Grandma's help, she gets everything ready. Grandpa builds little pieces of furniture, Grandma sews a little blanket, and Tess prepares a welcome meal. And then it's finally Christmas Eve ... Will Santa bring a real gnome? A heartwarming picture book with wonderfully funny illustrations.


Monday, August 14, 2017

My Monday #10

It's Monday again! I...think I missed last Monday, oops! But I'm happy to say that in the two weeks since I started, by blog tour company is doing good, and I'm excited for the tours to start! We still need more bloggers, so if you are interested, please feel free to sign up! We'd love to have you! There will be a monthly, or bi-monthly giveaway exclusively for tour hosts, so each tour you sign up for will be another entry!

Last week I had to give up my job with Reading Addiction Book Tours to pursue my dream of starting Bookish Adventures Book Tours (Yeah, I changed the name :P) I enjoyed my time with Cami at RABT, but I needed to do this, and it's been a goal of mine since I started blogging last year.

I will still be active in blog tours from many different companies, so I look forward to finding some new favorite books! Meeting new authors, and finding new books is my favorite part of blog tours, and I'm so happy I am a past of this community!

Today I mailed off my first candle since I reopened Tangent Adventures (yay!) and grabbed a few more books at the library. I wanted to get The Gunslinger by Stephen King, and the comic Monstress, but they were checked out, so I'm putting them on hold. I did get The Wrath & The Dawn, Incarceron, and Nevernight though, so I'm excited to get to those! I have a ton of reviews coming up, so it might be a while, but oh well! haha

How has your week been, anything exciting happen? Feel free to share below! And thanks for reading!