Last Week on Inked Brownies

Indie Month: Week #1

Because I’m totally swamped with numerous things at the moment, there won’t be a Graphic Friday post today. Instead, I’ll just do a small recap/update of/on the first week of Indie Month.

This week’s Indie Month posts included:

A book review of The Munich Girl: A Novel by Phyllis Edgerly Ring. Very fascinating stuff if you’re interested in WWII history or just human nature in general. I’m still mentally in the ’40’s zone now, five days after finishing the book. There’s also an interview with Phyllis Edgerly Ring at the end of the post with some insights that will be well worth your while!

An Interview with author Delfy Hall + Giveaway of ‘The Warlock and the Wolf’. I promise Delfy’s answers will make you giggle at least once. The Giveaway will be open internationally until the 18th of March, so try your luck at a signed copy if you haven’t already! (A small note for the people who read this and know me in real life: unless you’re my husband, you can also enter this giveaway. The winner will be drawn at random, so there’s no need to feel guilty about signing up and then possibly winning something ^_^).

Coming next week:


I’m about halfway in on both books at the moment and am really enjoying them so far.

Trigger Point will be up on Monday, Deny Friendship on Tuesday (see full schedule here).Until then, stay sassy and have a great weekend everyone!

About Anne (231 Articles)
Dutch book reviewer who reviews in English. Grammar nazis beware!! I like brownies. And chamomile tea.

3 Comments on Indie Month: Week #1

  1. ThePandaBookBlog // 13/03/2016 at 16:24 // Reply

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