I’m excited to announce that I am coming back to the world of blogging. This time I’ll be back with a few changes to my blog.
First, I don’t think it’s likely you’ll only see book-related posts here anymore. Instead, I’m interested in including more things that I’ve grown to like, things that are a bigger part of my life now. As much as I love reading, unfortunately I’m not doing it 24/7 like I used to in the past. (But I still read books that I won’t put down until the next morning).
However, it’s likely I’ll be starting off with book reviews again, simply because that’s what I’m used to. Over time, you’ll see more and more non-book related posts on topics I think are interesting and are taking up space in my mind at that current moment.
Another thing is that because I feel like I’ve changed since I first started this blog (we’re always changing anyways), I’ll be renaming it. I’m shifting over from Jazzy Cliffhanger to The Cliffhanger. There’s something more ominous about that to me. Cliffhanger can imply lots of things. It works for me because cliffhangers happen in everyday life and what I’ll be writing about is not only about books anymore, but rather parts of my life.
I look forward to sharing with you all.
I just wanted to post something up real quick to show any of you guys that has never been to my blog before that I am still active. Or at least active in a sense that I still associate myself with this blog. I still use my IG and Twitter. Other than that, I’ve haven’t been posting in the last year because I’ve been trying to come up with ways to write good quality reviews with no spoilers without having them look too long.
On top of that, there’s also the more serious factor that I haven’t been reading much. So my reading habits combined with how difficult it is for me to write a review that you all would want to read equals my blog being ghost town.
Looking on the bright side however, I am looking forward to being able to have more time allotted in my daily schedule for reading. So I will post in the future eventually. I think I have an idea of how I want to structure my reviews so I’m going to be testing that soon. So just keep that in mind: I am NOT abandoning this blog for good.
If anyone wants to keep up with me, you can check me out on Instagram and Twitter since those are the two places I check weekly. I’d love to discuss books on there with you all. Also, on Goodreads I have the books I’m currently in the middle of. The most recent one I’m reading now is Interview With The Vampire by Anne Rice in case anyone is wondering.
I’ll see you all soon on here in the near future. Happy reading!
Simmer, the second book in the Midnight Sun series, was amazing! It was definitely a step up from Ignite in terms of how the plot and character development went! If you haven’t read Ignite yet, I suggest you go read it now, since this post contains spoilers! Continue reading “Simmer by Kaitlyn Davis Review (Contains SPOILERS)”