Forever Book LoverHey! I'm Mira, the Forever Book Lover. I'm 24-years old, and as you might've guessed, I'm completely in love with books. This is my blog. It's fairly new, but I'm planning to keep it updated regularly, and to post often!
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0/10 - I hated this book. Not recommended at all.
1/10 - I'm giving points for bothering to write it, but it's not good at all in my opinion.
2/10 - This book had some redeeming qualities, but I still wanted to toss it on the floor.
3/10 - Could've been worse, but it still didn't capture my attention.
4/10 - It's getting there, but only read this one if you have a lot of time to waste.
5/10 - This book is so-so. I enjoyed parts of it, and disliked other parts.
6/10 - We're getting there. Not the newest groundbreaking novel, but definitely good enough to rent from the library.
7/10 - Great potential here. Not recommended to everyone, but I do advice it to fans of the genre.
8/10 - I absolutely loved this book. You should give it a try as well.
9/10 - Ever know how it feels to read a book you know will rock your world? This one is it!
10/10 - Best book EVER. GO BUY IT NOW.
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Category Archives: Author Interview
I’m hosting an interview today for the tour for “The Age of Amy: Cannel ’63”. Enjoy. Are you a plotter or a pantser? I outline everything before I write. I need that guide map to show me where I’m going. … Continue reading →
I’m hosting an interview today with Helen C. Hipp, author of children’s book “A Different Kind of Safari”. Are you a plotter or a pantser? I definetly lean more towards being a panster and enjoy the different ways each creative … Continue reading →
Author Interview Q: Where did you get the inspiration for Hard Love? A: Hard Love is based on true events and is happening to someone near you, maybe it’s you. ” My young brother’s today want to be in a … Continue reading →
Today’s post is a guest post by Lucas Aubrey Paynter, the author of Outcasts of the Worlds. The author has written a post about prologues, and I thought it offered an interesting perspective. I have nothing against prologues, but I … Continue reading →
I’m interviewing Leila Lacey, the author of contemporary romance “Phoenix Rising”. Enjoy the interview! Are you a plotter or a pantser? Well I am a little bit of both. I outline to start out, I make sure that I am … Continue reading →
I’m interviewing DP Denman today, author of M/M contemporary romance “Naked Truth”. Welcome to my blog, DP! It’s great to meet you. Author Interview Are you a plotter or a pantser? I’m a plantser. I used to be a 100% … Continue reading →
Interview time today! I’m interviewing Jim Remsen, author of middle school historical fiction “Visions of Teaoga”. I hope you enjoy the interview! The book sounds great. Are you a plotter or a pantser? I’m definitely a plotter. It’s in my … Continue reading →