Life in the Fasting Lane (or What Happened When I Ditched Social Media)

In April, I subjected myself to a month-long fast. Don’t worry, I haven’t been starving. There’s all that leftover Easter candy to enjoy! No, this wasn’t a food fast, it was a social media fast, and the results were interesting to say the least. What Kicked This Off First and foremost, I’m not a huge … Continue reading Life in the Fasting Lane (or What Happened When I Ditched Social Media)

A Book Lover’s Guide to BookBub

Hello Bloglandia! If you're a book lover who loves a bargain, you may have heard of BookBub. If you haven't tried out this fabulous service or if you've never heard of it, I'm hoping this post will encourage you to give it go. (And, no, I'm not being paid for this, I'm just a big … Continue reading A Book Lover’s Guide to BookBub

An Anti-Social (Media) Week

So last week I took part in a highly classified research study. The study was funded by some very important group that I believe is run by Elon Musk. Participants were asked to avoid social media for a week and report their results. Those that made it the whole week received a free flamethrower, or … Continue reading An Anti-Social (Media) Week

One Book Cover to Rule Them All

Happy (Third Day of the) New Year! Today is the day I finally get to present the results of my book cover experiment and hope the research committee doesn't get too disgruntled over my findings. But first, I want to give a HUGE thanks to Helen (the Queen of Monster Making, Carrie Rubin (thriller writer … Continue reading One Book Cover to Rule Them All

Book Covers, Instagram, and the Scientific Method

I know you've all been on the edge of your seats anxiously awaiting the results from last week's book cover survey. Unfortunately, as most US election officers will attest to, trying to cajole people into casting their ballots is not a simple matter. To top it off, those of you who did vote (THANK YOU!) … Continue reading Book Covers, Instagram, and the Scientific Method