Hello everyone! Happy Sunday, and welcome to the first full week of Smugglivus! We’ve got a lot of goodies coming your way, so hold tight. Thanksgiving Giveaway Winner: The lucky winner of our Thanksgiving giveaway bundle of The Changeling Sea by Patricia A. McKillip, We Have Always Lived in the Castle by Shirley Jackson, and […]
Hello everyone and Happy Sunday! Thea here, reporting from a very, very hot New York. Let’s dive right in, shall we? ARCs and Librarians and Bloggers! Oh My! If you’ve been around the blogosphere these past two weeks, you’ve likely read the continued post-ALA fallout concerning ARCs, professional shows, librarians, and bloggers. Most notably, this […]
Headline, the UK publisher of Stories, the anthology edited by Neil Gaiman and Al Sarrantonio, came up with a brilliant idea to celebrate the paperback release this month: they invited a bunch of bloggers, including us, to participate on a round robin short story. Each of us got to write 100 words, following up from […]
Hope you are all having a great Sunday, here’s what we learnt last week and what we have prepared for this one: DRAMA! Mayhem! Blogging! In the past few weeks we have seen a plethora of articles about blogging and reviewing which sparked great discussion – and drama – all over the blogosphere. There was […]
Today’s suggested BBAW topic is: Today we encourage you to blog about a book you read only because you discovered it on another book blog. Preferably, this will be a book you loved! You might also write a bit about the blog you discovered it on! For this fourth day of the glorious celebration of […]
Mamma Mia! We got a Your Blog is Fabulous award from 4 awesome blogs: Books Lists Life, Graeme’s Fantasy Book Review, Dark Wolf and Grasping from the Wind! Thea and Ana – 20 years from now. The new Edina and Patsy? THANK YOU all for the award and we think you are totally fabulous too! […]
After recently reviewing Huntress: Year One (link HERE), Ivory Madison, author and Red Room CEO invited us to share our blog and write content for Red Room, a wonderful new site promoting authors and bloggers alike in the literary landscape. What is Red Room? Red Room is a great resource for book lovers, providing a […]
The Book Smugglers
1 : a book review blog specializing in speculative fiction and popgeekery for all ages since 2008.
2 : a digital-first publisher of speculative fiction and nonfiction since 2014.
3 : 2017 Hugo Nominee for Best Semiprozine
4 : a duo of awesomely badass book nerds