Hello! Glad you could make it!

I’m Rhonda, and I love to read books (obviously). Over the years, I’ve kept several different blogs for different purposes, but I always ended up writing posts about books on all of them. So, I thought, why not just start a blog all about books?

So that’s what I did. I do sometimes post straightforward book reviews (usually about once a month–see my Review Policy for info), but I also write other articles that usually fall into three general categories.

Pop Culture, such as:

Literary Discussion, such as:

“My Seven Top Five,” such as:

There might also be some random/miscellaneous posts on here, like bookish gift guides and costume ideas, or personal essays about my life in relation to books (you don’t have to read them; they’re probably the least interesting things on here).

I write other places on the internet, too.

Who I’ve Worked With

Professional Reader
Support Independent Bookstores - Visit IndieBound.org

Duckworth Books–The Killing Gene Blog Tour

Odyssey Books–Esme’s Wish Review

Black Rose Writing–Shadow City Review and Author Interview

Whippoorwill Press–Reign & Ruin Blog Tour

Basic Invite Sponsored Post

When I review ARCs, many of them come from NetGalley, though I have worked with publishers directly and remain open to doing so! (See my Review Policy and Contact page to get in touch with me about partnership.)

I am an IndieBound Affiliate, which means if you buy a book through one of my links, I receive a small commission. Click the logo to learn more. Thanks for supporting me and independent bookstores!

Anything Else?

I offer editing services! See my Word Girl page for more information.

BTW, I also co-host a bookish podcast, Pop DNA, that explores the historical and literary roots of your favorite works of pop culture! It’s available anywhere you listen to podcasts, and is also part of the That’s Not Canon Productions podcast network.

I’m a blogger/podcaster by night, but by day I work in vocational rehabilitation counseling, helping injured and disadvantaged workers get back on their feet and live their best lives.

In my spare time you can find me chatting with my readers’ group and chain-drinking coffee and dancing in the rain in the Pacific Northwest.

Thanks for reading!


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s