To My Amazing Readers: Thank You, A Declaration & A Promise

To My Amazing Readers - Thank You, A Declaration & A Promise by Dilyana Kyoseva (CatMint5 on Wattpad)

Hey, kittens!

To those of you who’ve celebrated Easter last Sunday: I hope you had a good time!

For me, that was one of the several occasions on which my family and I get together in April, the others being my name day and upcoming birthday.

But today I won’t be talking about celebrations. Today, I will Continue reading

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What I Think about Stained Glass by James Osiris Baldwin

Stained Glass (Alexi Sokolsky Hound of Eden Book 2) by James Osiris Baldwin

Stained Glass The Hound of Eden, Book 2

Themes & Genres: Occult, magic, mafia

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb:

While Alexi Sokolsky is hiding on the streets from the Russian Mafia, twenty supernaturally-gifted children are kidnapped from a foster home. Their adoptive parents, leaders in New York’s shapeshifter community, are brutally murdered by someone – or something – with incredible magical and physical power. Frustrated by weeks of botched Government investigation, the werecreatures of New York City are searching for an Occult expert capable of doing the dirty work the police cannot. Someone like Alexi: currently ex-magus, hitman, and reluctant finder of lost children Continue reading

5 Books I Want to Buy Before the End of the Year

5 Books I Want to Buy (before the end of the year)

In case you haven’t figured it out by all the reviews I post on this blog: I love reading.

Shocker, I know.

If I were to let myself go and buy every book I wanted, I’d be broke in a week, probably even sooner. However, there are some books I desire more than others and since I think they’d be amazing reads, I decided to share them with you. This list is in no particular order and I tried to go for a bit of diversity so you’ll see three Fiction novels, a manga and a writing guide here, all of them by different authors.

Let’s start with the Fiction novels Continue reading

What I Think about Waiting for Walker by Robin Reardon

Waiting for Walker by Robin Reardon

Themes & Genres: LGBT, YA, Romance, family

Blurb:

Micah Jaeger’s life is a mess. His folks have split, and his mother is seeing a medium to communicate with Micah’s older brother, killed in Afghanistan. He had to change schools for his junior year, which made him retreat further into himself, hiding behind his camera—and hiding that he’s gay Continue reading

How I Handle All of My Social Medias – Guest Post by Samantha Jayne Grubey

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The people who know me or follow me know that I have a lot of social media accounts. I am also a very busy person lately, so sometimes I get asked how I deal with all my accounts, especially when my life gets busy. So I thought I’d do a blog post on it Continue reading

Author Interview with Anne Marie Andrus (Monsters & Angels)

Author Anne Marie Andrus

Q1: Hello, Anne Marie, and welcome to my blog! How about we start with you telling us a little bit about yourself? How and when did you start writing?

Hi, Dilyana! Thank you so much for hosting me on CatMint5’s World. I’d like all your readers to know how much I appreciate the encouragement you’ve given me over the past year Continue reading

Tuesday Tiny Writing Tip #93 – Avoid Accidently Stealing Other Authors’ Characters

Tuesday Tiny Writing Tip #93 by Dilyana Kyoseva (CatMint5 on wattpad) - Avoid Accidently Stealing Other Authors' Characters

Has this ever happened to you: you sit down to write and create a new character that seems somehow familiar to you. You can’t put your finger on why that is, so you keep writing until – Voila! – you realized you copied the character (without meaning too, of course) from the book you finished two weeks ago.

Yes?

Something like this has happened to you or you are afraid it will?

Luckily, there’s one easy way to avoid that Continue reading

My To Review in October List

Halloween is coming up this month so you are probably expecting something scary, magcal and Paranormal on this list. Well, one of the three books I’m reviewing this month isn’t exactly, but the other two are more appropriate:

Stained Glass Alexi Sokolsky: Hound of Eden, Book 2

Stained Glass (Alexi Sokolsky Hound of Eden Book 2) by James Osiris Baldwin

Author: James Osiris Baldwin

Themes & Genres: LGBT, Supernatural, crime, magic, mafia

WARNING: Mature Content

Blurb: Continue reading