On the 20th of December 2015 Kat Silver, a renowned (through self proclamation) book blogger, reviewer, author, reader extraordinaire allowed her precious blog to die a terrible, sad death. Days later, once her Kat Silver blog had died a new, improved version appeared. Flying across the internet the new page could be seen, shinning, new … More THE DEATH OF KAT SILVER
I’m not one of those writers that has a wondrous and inspirational or tragic and moving story, about how they came to write. Mine is simple… It began when I was a young girl with a big dream, vast imagination, pen and paper. There are many different ways that writers embark on their journey. Mine … More I wrote a book (when I was 7)!
I #AmCurrently coughing, stuDYING, writing and wishing I were Supergirl. #AmCurrently coughing. My mom has always said, “Kat, don’t use the world hate.” followed by my 6 year old Little Brother informing me that using the word ‘hate’ means I’m on the bad list and wont get Christmas presents or happiness…So, I know I shouldn’t say … More #AmCurrently – in which I spend my time coughing, stuDYING, writing and wishing I were Supergirl.
Generally, I’m not a stressed person. But recently I’ve found myself to be the type of person that’s buried in 3 essays, 5 assignments and 2 projects at the same time while writing a story on Wattpad, reading 4 ARC (Advanced Readers Copy) books for authors, proofreading another book, going to school from 7am to … More (my thoughts on stress and how the heck I carry on going when I JUST CAN’T.)
This is it, the question I have been dreading to answer for weeks on end… “NaNoWriMo?” For those of you who don’t know November is National Novel Writing Month and NaNoWriMo is an organisation that promotes and sets up a challenge for writers to write an entire 50,000 word novel in the month of November. For … More The BIG Question.
Almost instantly A Faeries Revenge found its way onto my favourites-shelf through its mind blowing, action packed, romantic and irresistibly addictive plot line. Since reading the first of Morgans Creepy Hollow novels I’ve found myself time and time again thrown into a magical world of Faeries, despicable evil, alluring romance and world-altering-life-influencing-heart-wrenching moments. A Faerie’s … More Review: A Faeries Revenge by Rachel Morgan
For those of you who don’t already know, I’m not only a book blogger, avid reader, fangirl, cat lover and cake enthusiast. I’m also a writer! I don’t generally have many posts about writing because a) I’ve always used this blog to talk about books and b) I don’t know if any of you wonderful … More #WritersLife tag (where i talk about my flaws, secrets to success and thoughts while writing)
I started devouring reading books when I was about 10. Before that I read, but never at the rate that I do now. Over the 5 years I’ve been swallowing books whole I’ve developed this state of mind where I always finish books. There are only 2 books I haven’t finished over the years and there … More Why I always finish books – or try to.
I #AmCurrently sitting at my desk, planning world domination, dreading school, drinking popcorn flavoured ‘tea’, obsessing over gifs and leaving… #AmCurrently planning world domination. This started soon after sending off my last proof reading email to a lovey author and friend. I don’t know where the thought came from, but never mind that – the … More #AmCurrently – in which I drink popcorn tea and plan world domination.
I read a lot. It’s no secret. What seems to be a secret though (to people living under an immensely large rock) is why I (and every other sane human on the planet) read. When people ask me, “Kat, why do you read?” I’m generally too absorbed in a book to look up and answer … More Reasons I read, quirky edition.