The Book Wars wishes all its Readers a wonderful beginning to what we hope will be a good year. Considering the current conditions of the world right now, we feel good is as perky as we are going to get.
We are going to be doing our bit with reading and writing bout the books we read in the new year. We hope you will journey through the year with us.
Tl;dr? We love you. Please keep reading us.
Now, let’s move on to January!
So yeah, Apocalypse Month.
I know we are being a little too on the nose considering what is happening with our neighbours (hint: Orange) but hear us out.
This month, though we are calling it Apocalypse Month, we are going to extend our horizons and talk about books that deal with characters who face life changing events and live to talk about it. Or something like that. Mostly.
We will also be talking about apocalyptic books in case you are wondering. At least I think some of us are. The usual features (The Cover Wars, Top Ten Tuesdays) will continue and we will also be reviewing recent releases and featuring authors if we can get them to agree to interviews and such.
There will be times when we won’t stick to the theme and that’s okay because we need to be flexible.
Anyways! Thanks for following us! I hope you will continue to do so.
You’ve met Yash, Nafiza, and Jane, so I’d better introduce myself. Hi! I’m Janet. How long have you been a blogger? Oh, I’m a toddler when it comes to blogging. I’d never written a blog post before we launched The Book Wars three years ago. At what point do you think you will stop? Blogging isn’t […]
*waves* Hello! Welcome to first discussion post for Sarah Rees Brennan’s “Unspoken“, book one of the The Lynburn Legacy series! For those who have just happened across this post, fear not, there’s still plenty of time to catch up! As for people who are curious about the book, here’s the synopsis: Kami Glass loves someone she’s […]
Last Sunday you all saw/read/heard Yash’s edition of The Secret Life of a Book Blogger. Incidentally, she got it from Naz from Read Diverse Books. Now it’s MY turn and I will attempt to tell you all my secrets. All of them. I’m completely lying. How long have you been a blogger? Hmm. A very […]
Okay, if someone knows exactly who started this tag, let me know in the comments please! But right now, I’m doing this because a) Naz of Read Diverse Books did his lovely post that you can go read here and b) because our staff just got a little bigger and maybe you’d like to know […]
As the unofficial spokesperson for The Book Wars, I bring to you, our wonderful readers, a report on the things that have been done in 2015 and the things you can expect from us in 2016. I trust the content we produced in 2015 was satisfactory. Heck, I hope you loved it. We try to be fair in […]
Time for a new Book Photo Challenge! We hope you’ll join us for a month of sharing recommendations, pet peeves, obsessions, and shelfies! Be sure to tag your pictures with #TBWDecemberBookChallenge and/or #TheBookWars. And if you’re not following us on Instagram, we are– predictably– @thebookwars. 🙂
A summer in Italy turns into a road trip across Tuscany in this sweeping debut novel filled with romance, mystery, and adventure. Lina is spending the summer in Tuscany, but she isn’t in the mood for Italy’s famous sunshine and fairy-tale landscape. She’s only there because it was her mother’s dying wish that she get […]
Hardcover, 448 pages Published: August 18th 2015 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers Source: Hachette Books When I first read on Twitter that Kate was writing a YA novel, I squeed because what else can you do when one of your favourite authors writes a book in one of your favourite genres? I may […]
The Book Wars has debuted on Instagram. Follow us @thebookwars. It will be curated weekly or twice a week, depending on how we feel. We will only post book photos and probably give you sneak peeks at what we’re going to be reading (and talking about) in the coming future. You can also use the […]