Confession: last time I ate pancakes was about a year ago.
I’m not sure exactly when?? But for some reason I do remember that it’s a mix from Trader Joes, and I definitely did not add maple syrup. Don’t know why I know that, but hey, it is what it is. Even though I don’t eat pancakes often, if you add it with books, I’m coming to devour them.
I was tagged by the lovely Olivia @ Purely Olivia to do the Pancake Book Tag, and am I excited to do this one! Great big thank you to Olivia, my dear friend, and of course, Becky @ Blogs of a Bookaholic for creating this tag 🙂 Be sure to check out both of their posts, which are linked above.
From my sudden vanishing into the fog from blogging to dealing with loss of a pet, this was one long month. I’d like to say that I’m glad that March is over, but through all the events that happened last month, I’ve learned some important things about life and myself. Because I didn’t post a February wrap up, I’ll be including some bits and pieces into this post as well :))
Hello, my name is Kimberly, and I am doing my first bookish discussion post. Ever.
Like I said earlier this year, I plan on posting a LOT more book related content this year, and a discussion post seems like a great way to help me with my goal. Yes, this is indeed my first discussion post, so I’m not exactly really sure how to do this. If any of you are more experienced book bloggers, any advice would be heavily appreciated ❤
Anyways, moving on: as the title suggests, today I will be talking about hype in books, and if it changes our perception and reading experience. This is something I’ve been thinking about for quite a bit, and I’ll give my final verdict after presenting the evidence*.
Let’s dive right in, shall we?
*I… am talking like a police/forensic scientist here WHY
Welcome to pt. 2 of my mini series “2018 In Review”!
Peoples, I have been waiting to do this post for SO LONG. 2018 shined light on the part of me that loves to read, and for that I’m so grateful. Even though I don’t always have time to read, it’s something I love dearly. Today, I’ll be wrapping up my whole year in all things bookish, and sharing some of the best, worst, mehs, and hopefully some recs for you too 🙂
Let’s dive right in, shall we? *hup*
Just as a quick reminder: some books that I may not have liked may not be the same for you, and I encourage you to read them if you want 🙂
Have you ever finished a book and just sat there for 5 minutes, not knowing what just happened?
That’s exactly what happened to me with Girl Made of Stars. There were SO many emotions involved with this book, yet it was nothing short of amazing. During the month of September, I held a survey to see which book you had wanted to see reviewed the most. This one won by a whopping 66.7%, so of course, this one’s to y’all who voted 🙂
Sadly, as a bookworm, we are all prone to bookish disappointments.
Which is really… sad?? This probably happens waaayyyy too often for me – I seem to always set high expectations for every book, scream and squeal when my hold has arrived at the library, and being furious the next day. That’s basically my reading life summed up to a sentence.
Today, I’m sharing 7 positive I think ways that you can deal with these types of emotions!! I feel like this is one of the worst parts of being a bookworm, but I’m trying to make life easier for you.
Happy Saturday, everyone! To me, summer is the ultimate time to catch up on reading – no homework, no tests, no nothing… you have all the time in the world! And for any bookworm, what’s any better than analyzing and reviewing the books you read? The amazing Olivia @ Purely Olivia tagged me to do the Mid Year Freak Out Tag, and and I EVER excited for this! I know it’s technically not “mid-year” anymore, but… I’ll just pretend it is.
Currently I’m sitting right here, in front of the computer, and my jaw is hanging and it just won’t shut. Are any of you having an existential crisis? *raises up hand immediately* I mean like HOW is this all happening? Each day really doesn’t feel like it’s 24 hours…
So many things happened the past month, and I’m excited to see what summer has in store. Before I start rambling off, let’s dive right in, shall we? *hup*
Hello loves! *waves into the void known as the blogosphere* How are you all? June has been a pretty good reading month for me – with school starting to dwindle out and summer approaching, I have more time to actually be a bookworm for once 😂
I don’t know why, but book reviews are honestly one of my favourite types of posts to do. I’m always in dire need to add more books to my never ending TBR list, and connecting with fellow book lovers is always an amazing thing. Today, I’ll be talking about my thoughts on Three Dark Crowns by Kendare Blake. I have a feeling that this post is going to be really interesting…
I know that I missed my Saturday post – I’ll be talking about that near the end of the post.
As you probably already know, I adore literature, or basically anything that has to do with words. Although, you may not know, but I also enjoy writing! I usually write short poems, but occasionally I have some short stories in mind, but I never really took the time to jot them down. So, I’m doing something I’ve never really done before here: may I present some of my writing snippets! I hope that you’ll enjoy them as much as I did writing them 🙂