Author: Jenny Han
Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Page Count: 355
Release Date: April 15, 2014 Read More
As you guys are aware, I haven’t been posting as much as I usually do, or would like to do, the past couple of months. I’ve given excuses about being busy and not having the time to write posts. This is all true, but what if I just don’t feel like writing a blog post? What if I have zero inspiration to write anything? Well, that’s what I call bloggers burn out. Read More
Today’s post is going to be a personal one. Probably the most personal one I’ve ever written. Truly, I don’t quite know how I’m going to write this post because only recently have I been thinking about my identity. Read More
Instead of writing a book review today
because somebody didn’t finish the book she was supposed to I will be writing a sort of discussion post about negative reviews. I think this is a nice compromise, especially since I feel like it’s been quite a while since I’ve done a post like this due to laziness being busy.
Let’s all admit it. Being a book blogger is hard. We spend hours and hours reading books, hours designing our blog so that it looks just right, and even more hours compiling blog posts. Read More
We’ve all seen books being rated on Goodreads before they’re released – or even before ARCs are available. These people rate the book before even reading it.
Where do you stand on this? I personally think that it’s wrong and is a huge problem in the book community. That’s why I’m writing this post today. I don’t think we talk about this in the book community enough. It should be talked about. Read More
Recently in the book community, book bloggers have been calling out authors for misrepresentation and/or accuses their book as being ‘problematic’. But, what exactly makes a book problematic? 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
For each person, there is a book out there, waiting.
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