Happy July, everyone! Here are my stats for Month 3 at The Hungry Little Bookworm.
A round-up of this month's reading and writing.
Despite internal shifts and challenges, publishing is the biggest creative industry in the UK - bigger than music, television, or film.
Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Flabbergasting.
The novel by Benjamin Alire Sáenz follows the adolescence of Aristotle Mendoza and Dante Quintana, who meet as 15-year-olds in El Paso, Texas and become practically inseparable. When faced with puberty, family troubles, danger, and grief, can their peculiar friendship endure?
I'd like to start by acknowledging yes, as of today, we are already half way through June. But! I've reconsidered the way I incorporated blog stats in May's Monthly Wrap Up and decided I want to do it differently.
Month Two at The Hungry Little Bookworm has come and gone!
It's rare for a sequel to live up to, let alone outdo its predecessor, but Pierce Brown knocked this one out of the park.
Introducing a new series based on discussions at The Business: Futures in Publishing. Topics include: The Changing Landscape of Contemporary Fiction, Is YA Making Us Dumber?, Poaching Authors, Is Publishing Literary Fiction a Viable Business?, and Top Tips for Entering the Publishing Industry.
Beth was a young woman fresh out of the foster system and determined to start a new life for herself. She had a new job, a new best friend, a new lover, and happily but unexpectedly, a new child. But that was all before the Bad Thing. The thing that landed her in prison and convinced her she's a '100% bad person'. The thing she keeps trying to run from.