Credit Where Credit is Due

Fonts: The Slowbird, Nolean, Myriad Pro, American Typewriter, Lora, Special Elite, IM Fell English.
Header:  Splatter brush from 36 Sprayed Vector Textures by Texture Fabrik, main font in The Slowbird by Layerform Design Co., sub-font American Typewriter.  Arranged by myself.
Featured Images:  Templates from ROSE GOLD | Social Media Pack 2 by Marigold Studios.  Fonts are Nolean by Behance and Myriad Pro.
Background: Watercolor Bright Backgrounds Vol. 2 by OLEG & KATE, splatter from 36 Sprayed Vector Textures.  Recolored and designed for a ripped paper look by myself.

Gold foils from The Gold Foil Kit Essentials + Bonus by Pink Coffie and 190 Text Effects for Photoshop by Creativenauts.

Halloween elements from the 20 Halloween Patterns Pack by Latin Vibes.

I do put all my graphics together myself in Adobe Photoshop CS6, but I’m lousy with Illustrator and I really appreciate the fonts and brushes other people have designed that I can put to good use here!  I’m also crazy about sites like Creative Market – which gives out 6 free elements every week, and font sites like  This blog would not look so snazzy without any of these resources.

Quote featured in my header comes from the film adaptation of Harry Potter & the Chamber of Secrets.

I do not get commission for purchases made by clicking a link on my blog.  I do, however, occasionally receive free books for review from NetGalley or LibraryThing Early Reviewers.  These reviews will always be clearly labeled and I will give my true and honest opinion.  Your follows and views give me the stats I need to request these ARCs, so thank you very much for your support!

GIFs are found through resources like Google Image Search, Giphy, and GIF Tenor.  I did not create nor do I own any of these.  All rights belong to the copyright holders.

All images, quotes, and cover art featured are the sole property of the copyright holders.

My blog is hosted by Bookhost and I love it – definitely recommended if you’re a book blogger looking into self-hosting.  I rely heavily on the Editorial Calendar for posting, Ultimate Book Blogger Plugin for managing my book reviews, and Book Database for backend analytics and my archive.  I love all these plugins and would recommend them highly.

If you feel like I’ve missed something there, or want to know anything else about the tools I’ve used to develop, maintain, and dress up this blog – just ask on any post and I’d be happy to answer. 🙂