Nadaness In Motion is the book blog owned by Nada Adel Sobhi and it is where honest book reviews meet author interviews, guest posts, and personal writing ranging from poetry to short stories alongside the Takhayyal/Imagine writing prompt challenge. ---
“You cannot kill a breeze, a wind, a fragrance; you cannot kill a dream or an ambition.” - Michel Onfray
I've been thinking of ways to get more views to my blog and at
the same get myself to write and post more. I've also been thinking of doing something
special for Halloween – I know we're still in August BUT October
coincides with both my personal birthday and my blog birthday.Nadaness In Motion turns 2 this October! *confetti*
I'll probably do a revamp around then – nothing too fancy since
I'm not an expert in that area but still I'll do my best to give it a bit of
Now for the fun stuff
There are five Fridays this October with the 31st
being the last Friday of the month (and the first Friday being the 3rd)
What I want to do is have one book review per week, along with
an author interview – either for the book I'm reviewing or otherwise.
book can either bea novella, a short story (or
a long-short story), a short story collection, a poetry collection, or a
collection that is a mixture of both poetry and short storiesbut
should be centred around the Halloween, horror, dark, paranormal fantasy
and/or gothic themes.
If you're not sure your book fits my profile, let me know and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.
I'm open to ideas and suggestions from authors, readers, fans or
anyone coming across this post, so please do not hesitate to help out.
It just occurred to me that I
haven't posted anything on my blog in more than two weeks! How embarrassing!
That and I haven’t done any
promotional tweets about my latest five-star reviews.
I've been busy reading, being
lazy, more reading and I'm sure wasting time fits in somewhere + work of
There is the Motherhood Short Story Contest that ends on the 1st of September and I would really like to
write something for it. It is open internationally and submissions are free.
I haven't written anything
about the sea this year, which saddens me but hopefully I'll get over this
block-and-boredom phase – soon.
I still have a lot of books to
read – and no I'm not talking about my regular endless to-read list. I'm
talking about the review requests I've received lately – and I can tell you
they are plenty.
It brings me great joy that
strangers from the internet are interested in my book reviews – guess I've
managed to make a name for myself, even if it were small. Still, I'm happy –
though behind on my reading and reviewing.
haven't checked out my blog lately here are some recent highlights