The Pros & Cons of Reading Challenges/Readathons (ft. upcoming diverse challenges you can join)

In case you were wondering, I am terrible at readathons. Or reading challenges. Or any sort of reading where I need to read by a specific date. Also, tbrs. I can think of one (1) incident where having a set monthly tbr actually worked really well. Anyways, this is all just to say: I often … Continue reading The Pros & Cons of Reading Challenges/Readathons (ft. upcoming diverse challenges you can join)

My Favorite Feelings/Moments From Book Blogging (and why I still blog)

Blogging is... a lot of things. It can be really frustrating at times, but it can be really amazing sometimes. I feel like this is my mantra and I've repeated this 100x over, but blogging takes a lot of emotional and physical energy. However, I'm still here for very specific reasons: Free books. I'm kidding. I'm … Continue reading My Favorite Feelings/Moments From Book Blogging (and why I still blog)

Fairytales/Myths/Folklore That Should Be In Young Adult Retellings More

It's pretty obvious that certain fairytales and mythology are more saturated in media than others. Greek mythology, anyone? (@ uncle rick I love you but still) There are a lot of Western-centric fairy tales that, in my opinion, we already have a lot of retellings: Peter Pan (there's only one Peter Pan retelling that I stan … Continue reading Fairytales/Myths/Folklore That Should Be In Young Adult Retellings More

Things I Want to See in the Book Community

Look, I love the book community. There are so many things to love about it from the amazing people within to all of the books (!!!) but also... we can always improve. Does this mean the book community is bad? No! But there are still negative features of the book community that I honestly wish … Continue reading Things I Want to See in the Book Community

How Being a Book Blogger Affects My Reader Life

Book blogging is life-changing. Well, maybe not life-changing for everyone. But it's definitely changed my reading life significantly, for a number of reasons. Not all of them are good. In fact, a lot of them include me crying over books but let's ignore that!!!  i know a LOT of the anticipated releases. If I wasn't a … Continue reading How Being a Book Blogger Affects My Reader Life

Settings in Books That Just Butter My Eggroll (a rare occasion)

It's not every day that my eggroll gets buttered. But when my eggroll does get buttered, it's a rare and splendid occasion. So I decided to share the occasions that I love the book setting. Anyways, the title is a reference to the vine video "vines that butter my croissant" and honestly?? I'm just going to start … Continue reading Settings in Books That Just Butter My Eggroll (a rare occasion)

Inventions That Every Bookworm Would Love

Patent pending. Obviously, that means that all these ideas belong to me?? And I definitely, definitely, definitely haven't taken these from people on the internet. (I mean, if you want to make these into real things then you can, just give me 20% of the income. I'd actually love to see them happen?) Anyways, these inventions basically solve … Continue reading Inventions That Every Bookworm Would Love

Bookish Dreams That Every Bookworm Has

"I have a dream," Said Martin Luther King Jr., one of the most influential figures in the history of the United States. And also bookworms, too.  Bookworms have aspirations and goals! One of mine is to be a scientist but LET'S TALK ABOUT THE ACTUAL BOOKISH ONES, yeah? Also huge shoutout to MAY/M8 FOR HELPING ME ON … Continue reading Bookish Dreams That Every Bookworm Has

Mood Readers vs. Scheduled Readers

Readers face many problems. LIFE IS HARD FOR US, M'KAY? Here's a smol list of Reader Problems™ Reading?? Who even has the time??? What?? Losing the page # (They disappear. Just like socks. WHERE DO THE SOCKS EVEN GO.) Other non-readers bothering us while we're reading. #NoOneUnderstands WHY DON'T FICTIONAL WORLDS AND CHARACTERS EXIST THOUGH, … Continue reading Mood Readers vs. Scheduled Readers