What’s to come? – July 2019

July is going to be… busy. And that’s an understatement. With freelancing, SPFBO and ARC reviewing I’ll have my hands pretty full. But hey, I got myself into this, so I can’t really complain. I’m going to be very mysterious in this sneak peek, but believe me, you are going to love the things I’ll bring to you this month and the wait (and torture) will be worth it! I just have to make sure my mental state is up to all these things…

I leveled up my game and the links of the books lead to their GR pages and if you click on the covers, then that lead to their Amazon.com pages.

 

Book(s) I plan to read in July

GdM #19      The Resurrectionist of Caligo

Book(s) I plan to review in July in addition to the others above

    Limited Wish      The Six-Gun Tarot

Audiobook(s) I plan to listen to in July

HP and the Goblet of Fire

SPFBO

SPFBO 5 has officially started! We are already reading through our batch. Personally I only read 1 so far and I’ll try to read 4 more to have my first batch of mini reviews up. As for me, I’ll probably go with writing mini reviews of every 5 books I read, highlight those I think would be up for getting MY semi-finalist place, then go from there. Anyway, you can read about my team and how we are going to do SPFBO 5 here! Every information you might need, links, and other stuff here!

 

Tales from the Asylum

 It probably won’t be much of a surprise for those who know me, but once again, I’m brewing up something behind the scenes! I think you are going to love this and I can’t wait to start sharing it around. More information later this month.

 

Other bookish plans

The Questioning

Probably I don’t have to introduce this feature anymore. I’ll have an author and a blogger hosted again in July.

 

Author Spotlight

Peter McLean Author PhotoInterview with Peter McLean – well, technically this already happened, and you can check it out here

Btw, feel free to contact me if you want to be hosted with a guest post or cover reveal or anything. I’m always up for a little something, even if I can’t grant review requests at the moment.

 

 

A cover reveal

I’m not going to tell you much about this, because I’m going to host a little game on social media leading up to the reveal itself, and where would be the fun if I spoiled the game? Anyway, I would look out for RockStarlit BookAsylum’s social media posts around the midle of the month *wink, wink*

 

Other plans

Editorial Services

This month I’m starting my freelance career. I actually started to read the book of my first client! I have two more booked for July and I’m pretty excited for all three. I’m definitely off to a great start.

Please take a look at my page and contact me if I can be any help of you. The prices listed will go up after September, so now is the time to book me 🙂 I still have a few spots for September and the rest of the year.

 

Vacation (maybe)

Well, it’s still in discussion, but we are looking at the possibility of a few days family vacation toward the end of the month. I’m craving a summer vacation where I don’t have to do anything except maybe sitting in a pool a bit then run to the shade and spend the rest of the day reading. And I think with all the reading going on, I definitely need a bit of a break. Or extra time to pull some more reading off. OMG what have I gotten myself into??

Well, I think that’s it. Follow me if you like either on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram (I don’t have much content on that platform yet)!

 

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    1. I liked Limited Wish too, readit a month ago just been slacking at writing my review… and of course now I don’t remember half of it… Oops. I’m looking forward to read Resurrectionist of Caligo, though that review will go to Grimdark Magazine most probably.

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