10 Blogs That Will Help YOURS
I’ve spent the last few weeks looking at other blogs on the internet, after all, I do like reading! And I’m always intrigued by the things that other bloggers do. Through this recreational reading, I picked up tons of great advice and tips for my blog. I thought it would be a good idea to share with you the websites that I’ve been reading and what I’ve enjoyed so far. Hopefully, you’ll be able to get some great tips for your own blog and, like me, enhance some of your writing skills – not that you’re not already great at this!
*Book Review* Sibyl by Simon Sloane
Flamboyant entrepreneur Hugo Hyde is shocked when his imminent death is predicted by Sibyl, the never-wrong artificial intelligence that he created. When Sibyl goes rogue and launches a global cyber attack, Hyde and his team are forced to seek refuge with their rival, a ruthless billionaire with his own designs on their invention.
As Hyde attempts to unveil the traitor within his inner circle, powerful forces conspire against him in a race for control of quantum computing, a new technology bound to change our future. Will Hyde escape from a cesspool of betrayal, greed and jealousy?
I have teamed up with Authoright to review Simon Sloane’s Sibyl a high-tech thriller that I’m absolutely flying through. I’ll also be reviewing the sequel; Shiva, and I can’t wait to get into it!
Bookbloggers! Where do you stand on ‘Genre Rigidity’?
This post is aimed at generating discussion around genre rigidity i.e. do you only read one genre? Do you think there are multiple genres within one? Do you see them as being fluid? This is something I think about quite often when I see the categories in my local bookshop. I’m really keen to get some opinions on this.
As always, if you’re looking forward to any of these posts please like and share and let me know what you think.