News & Guest Blogger Request!


As you might have realized the blog has been a bit slow in the past two months or so. I have been busy, and have not been much in the mood to write anything. It has been a creatively dry few months and I apologize for my absence.

That said, I have read several books that I want to share with you, and have some reviews in the works, so expect posts to pick up again starting next week.

Upcoming reviews:
  • The Penderwicks at Point Mouette, by Jeanne Birdsall
  • Playing with the Grown-Ups, by Sophie Dahl
  • The Secret Circle series, by L. J. Smith
Also, I would like to ask if any of my lovely followers would be interested in guest blogging at The Woodland Library. I would love to introduce different voices once in a while :)
You could write about anything you want: favourite books, reading habits, opinion pieces, reviews, etc. as long as it relates to books somehow. Want to write about the book that changed your life? sure! Want to write about feminism in YA fiction? Absolutely! Want to write about movies and/or TV shows based on books and how they relate to one another? Why not!
Surprise me!

If you are interested, please email me, so we can discuss things (please write Woodland Library Guest  Blogger in the subject line)

I hope you all are having a wonderful beginning of Summer (or Winter)! What have you been reading lately?


  1. I emailed you :)

    I just started reading 'Silvermay' by James Moloney. It's really good! It's funny how I'm really drawn to (well written) YA fiction much more than adult novels these days.

  2. Hey!
    I wasn't able to email you so could we try and sort it out through the comments. I would LOVE to reveiw a book for you. I'm reading Angela's Ashes and I haven't finished it yet but when I do could I write a review for you to post up on your blog.
    Thanks for the opportunity!
    AM x

  3. There are two voices inside me arguing:
    One is saying "Ooh! Guest-blogging! That sounds like fun...!"
    And the other is saying: "Are you crazy? What the heck would you talk about?"
    At the moment, the two voices have gotten to the point of calling each other nasty names so I may have to get back to you on that one. Do you need a reply within a certain amount of time or just whenever?

  4. @Lyndall
    I've answered your email :)

    I don't have access to your blog :(
    Nevertheless, you can certainly write a review of nay book you want. When you can, just send the review to me by email as a word document and we'll go from there.
    Thank you, and I can't wait to read your post!

    Do it! :)
    Seriously though, there is no time limit. This offer is open pretty much forever, so take all the time you need. xx

  5. Brilliant thanks. Sorry about my blog. It's all gone funny... : $