Hi all, When walking through a bookstore, genre is one of the first things that helps sell a book to you. I don't know about you, but I head straight for the young adult section, and how convenient that it's got a huge sign right next to the books that I so dearly enjoy? If … Continue reading Writing Tips – Finding Genre
Hi all, A few weeks ago, I wrote a post about types of readers, and I couldn't resist continuing on the train and writing one for types of non-readers. School is coming soon and with it, I will be forced to interact with people every weekday. Hooray. And I don't know why - maybe I'm … Continue reading TYPES OF ANNOYING NON-READERS
Hi all, We as readers are a rather close-knit community here on the internet. As the years pass, we find our numbers scarce. I mean, these days who reads for enjoyment? We must stick together! And if you've been a reader for any number of years, you're likely to have come across quite a few … Continue reading TYPES OF READERS
Author: Laini Taylor Genre: High Fantasy (I just had to include the UK cover, which I personally like more than the US one. It's so beautiful and blue.😍) Synopsis (from Goodreads): The dream chooses the dreamer, not the other way around—and Lazlo Strange, war orphan and junior librarian, has always feared that his dream … Continue reading STRANGE THE DREAMER by Laini Taylor – Spoiler Free Book Review
Hi all, So I've had a few things I wanted to talk about bubbling in the back of my mind, but haven't shared them yet because I didn't think that they would make up a full post. So I'm just going to talk about all the things right here, right now. Reading: It's been about … Continue reading Redbubble, Historical Fiction, and Blogging During School – BRAIN DUMP POST
Hi all, Throughout out school years, we are forced to read many books in our English classes. And it is here that many students become convinced that reading is boring, because all the books that they are being forced to read are old and hard to read and well...boring. And I will admit, I agree … Continue reading Classic Books That are NOT Boring.
Hi all, Yes, I know it's no longer the middle of the year. And yes, I know that most people who do mid-year TBR posts have already done them like a month ago. But I've finally decided that I'm going to make one, and better late than never, right? I usually don't know what to … Continue reading Mid-Year TBR (2017)