Hi everyone! I hope you’re all keeping safe and well!
Due to Coronavirus (a sentence I’m sure you’ve read countless times by now) the annual book festival, YALLWEST could not physically take place. They decided instead however to go virtual, conducting panels with authors via the infamous Zoom under the name, Y’ALLSTAYHOME. I thought this was a lovely thing and I was especially pleased because it meant that international readers like me could also take part. I just thought it’d be nice do a write up of what was a lovely event but first I’d like to thank all the authors and organisers for ensuring it could happen! Continue reading “Y’ALLSTAYHOME- Saturday”
First of all, I am so so sorry, this post was so overdue. Unfortunately, I had really important exams which needed my full attention so I had to take a break from my blog. I hope you will all still enjoy this post despite the long wait.
Continue reading “DeptCon 3- Saturday Updates”
This past weekend (October 13th and 14th) I attended the amazing Dept Con 3 which is pretty much one of the highlights of my year. It couldn’t be done however without the hard work by Team Deptcon who make this awesome event happen. Thank you all so much!
WHAT I LOVED ABOUT DEPTCON THIS YEAR: Continue reading “Friday Fun at Deptcon!”
So, if you’ve read by blog before then I am sure you’ve probably guessed that I am a massive Sarah J. Maas fan.
I absolutely love Sarah’s books and I am so attached to the characters and worlds that she has created.
If you haven’t read any of her books or even heard of Sarah J. Maas before then let me tell you what you’ve been missing. You’ve been missing two massive fantasy series. One by the name of Throne of Glass and the other by the name of A Court of Thorns and Roses.
Continue reading “My Experience Meeting Sarah J Maas”
So last weekend (oct 14th and 15th) I attended Ireland’s one and only YA convention Dept Con 2 in Dublin. I also attended the first ever dept con last October (150 attended) and can I say dept con 2 has widely expanded this year. Featured were twenty four authors and four hundred in the audience as the event was completely sold out.
Friday’s panels began at around four in the afternoon with a panel featuring Continue reading “Dept Con 2 – Ireland’s Biggest YA convention”