I adore negative reviews and I cherish them with nearly all my heart. . . . . . the other portion goes towards cherishing cake. . . like that's even a surprise tho. (also go me for not blogging in like a... week? year? month? I think it’s been a week??) I think that negative… Continue reading Bookish Discussion: The Importance Of Negative Reviews & Why We Should Cherish Them Ft. Protecting Books With All Our Being(??)
I'm totally not bitter that I'm all alone this Valentine's... pfttt. Jk I've got MULTIPLE YA husbands... Okay, so I'm not doing one of those smushy-feelings-y-posts on Valentine's Day... I'm far too bitter and untrusting for all that kind of emotion* Anyways. So firstly I'd like to link back to Sam's post because she did… Continue reading Diversity Discussion: Why Better Body Image (+other rep) In Books Will Help You Love YOURSELF This Valentine’s Day.
Taking a break from my highly opinionated posts. . . Today I will be discussing the beauty of whims. Whimsical writing is by far my favourite writing styles, but reading on a whim? EVEN BETTER, yet, I hardly pick up books on a complete whim anymore, but recently, I've started to do it more!! Kristin did a post a while… Continue reading Why We Should Read On Whims ft. Marvellous Books I’ve Read Via Whim.
I've wanted to read this for two years. TWO years. And gahhhhh did it not disappoint.. that much? I know. Let me explain!! Okay okay okay the book was so cute and ajdjsjsjsjsj and full of feelings and smushy feelings, but I felt a little underwhelming? I think that is was the perfect contemporary, but… Continue reading Simon Vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda Review: Smushy Feelings and Screaming.
THERE ARE SOMETHINGS THAT BOOK-BLOGGERS NEED TO ADMIT: 1) that there will never be a sole ship, there will always be an ARMADA, 2) Books will never be pretty 1560% of the time, 3) AUTHORS WILL ALWAYS BE TORTURING US, 4) Dragons do exist, 5) we cannot read every single book ever no matter how much we try,… Continue reading Discussion: Is There Pressure To Read In The Book-Blogging Community? ft. lists (!!)
I’m actually so scared of writing discussion posts. . . B when reading a post from Beth @ Reading Every Night about why there are more female protagonists than male protagonists in YA and while commenting I mentioned how I find that like there are few male protagonists, there are also very few male /… Continue reading Why Are There So Few Boy (YA)Book Bloggers? // I Braved The Discussion Post. . .