Last month I participated in Beautiful People for the first time and it quickly became one of my most popular posts of all time. So. I decided that since it was a big hit, why not do it again this month? Read More
Similar to my post I wrote earlier this week about what makes a good BookTube channel, I decided that I would make the same post but with blogs! Since this is a book blog after all, it seemed like a good idea, right?
I want to give new bloggers tips and just let y’all know what I find attractive in a book blog! I also wanted to give a few shout outs to favorite blogs of mine because I want to share the blogger love. Read More
I decided that today I would make a post about what qualities a good BookTube channel should have. If y’all didn’t already know I have a BookTube channel myself and although I’m not an expert in making videos by any means, I have watched BookTube for years now and have noticed a few things that I like and dislike in a channel.
I especially made this post as a guide to help you start your channel if you don’t know where you should start or if you’re having difficulty deciding how you should approach BookTubing.
Hello everybody! I decided to do my own spin on a post I saw the blogging queen Paper Fury do on her blog about books that she hasn’t read from authors she claims as her favorite. I really loved the idea because I shamefully read about 1-2 books that an author has written and then automatically say “they’re my favorite author!” even if they have about a dozen other books out. Read More
Today I’m here with a discussion post and it feels like F O R E V E R since I’ve last written one, but I’m here with a topic I felt like I had to write because I’m so passionate about it so… yeah, enjoy! Read More
I am very excited to bring you an author interview and giveaway in today’s post. When I was approached with the opportunity to interview Iain and to give away a copy of his book I was ecstatic because I love author interviews and I love giveaways – and I know everyone else in the book community loves them as well!
Today Iain and I will be talking about traveling and his book series that follows Kitty Hawk – a strong, independent woman who loves to travel and go on epic adventures.
June is Pride month, so I decided that I would write some posts centered around LGBTQ+ representation in books. I am always on the lookout for LGBTQ+ books and although they have been implemented in YA a lot more as of late, there are still many ways I think authors could do to represent the LGBTQ+ community in their books better.
Today I will be doing a different sort of post that I haven’t yet done on this blog before and that is a discussion post. I don’t know why but I’ve been straying away from doing a post like this for some time. It’s not like I’ll think others will bash me and my opinions, but I guess I’ve just been sort of unsure if I should let my opinions fly around for others to read or if I should just keep them to myself.
Well, I’ve finally decided: why keep this to myself? This is called a discussion post for a reason, to discuss! I’ve had so many ideas for discussion post topics, but I’ve never written any of them down for future reference when I feel like actually writing the post, thus the reasoning behind no discussion posts ever being written.
Hello everybody! Today I will be telling you guys about my experience going to my first ever book festival! Only a few weeks ago I stumbled upon the North Texas Teen Book Festival somewhere online (I’m not sure where, as I’ve already forgotten, I think it might’ve been Twitter), and I realized that it was taking place only 40 minutes away from where I live. The second I found that out I told my sister and my parents and they said that I could go! Read More