Do you ever get that feeling, while reading a book, where you’re completely absorbed in the story and you just can’t put it down? It’s almost like eating delicious food, or being wrapped in a warm blanket. You don’t want it to end, because you’re just in the MOOD for reading.
Month: August 2020
Another book tag! This time featuring Taylor Swift’s most unexpected, artsy, and unapologetically ~a e s t h e t i c~ album, complete with (grammatically incorrectttt) lowercase titles and a subdued color scheme.
Right now, I think we can all agree that it would be nice to get out of the house.
I have always loved to travel, though I haven’t yet been out of the United States, and quarantine has only increased my wanderlust
I am ashamed of myself.
First because I failed to read this book sooner, and second because I’ve been complaining about quarantine nonstop without truly realizing that my life is NOT that bad.
Is this a discussion post?
I was recently thinking about how I want to expand the kinds of books I read, and that gave me this idea.
Last week I posted Part 1 of Reacting to my Old Writing, in which I read the first half of my middle school magnum opus. Go check it out before you read this post.
Get ready for some deep questions to be answered and some tea to be spilled.
I’ve been planning- or rather, procrastinating- getting back into creative writing for a while. I used to be really into it; I wanted to be a writer since I was five and wrote my first “book”, but when I started high school I kind of fell out of inspiration (if that phrasing makes any sense).
Can we just take a moment to appreciate how CREATIVE the entire concept of this book is? I really should read more sci-fi.
I was nominated for this tag by Sweaters & Raindrops! She has a really cool book blog with lots of great reviews and interesting bookish posts. (And a great blog name!)