101 Dark Fiction Books That Aren’t By Men

hey everyone, over the past year or two i’ve really kind of polished my reading tastes and know exactly what i enjoy now and what i won’t and one of my favourite things is dark fiction that isn’t written by cis straight white men. i adore dark fiction but feel like a lot of dark … Continue reading 101 Dark Fiction Books That Aren’t By Men

50+ Authors Describe Their WIP’s In One Sentence

hey everyone, today’s blog post is potentially my favourite one I’ve ever worked on! I reached out to authors tasking them to describe their WIP (work in progress) in one sentence and they definitely lived up to the challenge! below you can find some exciting sneak peeks at over 50 authors WIP’s, including exclusives that … Continue reading 50+ Authors Describe Their WIP’s In One Sentence

tackling the tbr: 20 short story collections on my tbr

hey everyone! a couple of weeks ago i started a new series here on my blog called ‘tackling the tbr’ where i show you some books around a certain theme or genre on my tbr! the first post looked at translated fiction ( https://molsbymoonlight.wordpress.com/2020/07/24/tackling-the-tbr-all-of-the-translated-fiction-books-on-my-radar/ ) and today we’re diving into 20 of the short story … Continue reading tackling the tbr: 20 short story collections on my tbr

An interview with… author Maryse Meijer

Hey everyone! Today’s post is a very exciting one for me as I had the honour of interviewing my favourite author of all time- the genius that is Maryse Meijer. I’ve also just announced a new book club dedicated to reading all of the strange and experimental books which you can find details on here!- … Continue reading An interview with… author Maryse Meijer

disability resource post- books, film, educational resources & more!

hey everyone! some of you may know that July was disability pride month and I was hoping to get this post up by the end of July but here we are on the 1st of August instead! I recently compiled a huge resource post containing hundreds of links relating to the BLM movement and ways … Continue reading disability resource post- books, film, educational resources & more!

tackling the tbr; all of the translated fiction books on my radar

hey everyone! recently i decided to go through my ‘to read’ shelf on goodreads and be ruthless in whittling them down to ones i actually want to read, and in the process i rediscovered a ton of books i’d forgotten about. so i thought it could be fun to do a series of blog posts … Continue reading tackling the tbr; all of the translated fiction books on my radar

5 best books I read in July- a mini wrap up

hey everyone! i’m not the type of book blogger who tends to often actually review books and instead prefers to recommend books via lists, on twitter or in kind of quick, snappy summaries which seems to work for people who follow me but this month i’ve read some absolutely amazing books, some of which are … Continue reading 5 best books I read in July- a mini wrap up

anticipated releases- july – december 2020

hey everyone, for today’s post i’ve rounded up 35 of my most anticipated releases for the second half of 2020 in which you can find women who eat the earth, magical vines, a candlelit menagerie, a boy in a relationship with a skeleton, a book you can read in two directions, cabinets of curiosities and … Continue reading anticipated releases- july – december 2020