It’s been a LONG time since I’ve done a book tag. And I mean a LONG time. But I recently remembered that it’s halfway through 2022 already– as if time could pass any faster– and I decided I might as well keep the tradition going and do the Mid-Year Book Freakout Tag again.
What does your favorite book say about you? (Part 2)
Nonfiction: the world’s most boring book genre. … or so I thought.
What does your favorite book say about you?
You know when you read a book that’s so good you wish you’d written it yourself? All the books on this list are like that for me.
It’s (basically) the end of 2021, and that means it’s my very favorite time of the blogging year: the couple weeks where I can make all of my content yearly wrap-ups and talk about my reading stats to my heart’s content.
New release posts have to be among my favorite types of posts to write. And I’m sure you all can tell based on the fact that this is the third iteration of this post I’ve done so far this year.
The mornings are foggy. The leaves are falling. The vibes are immaculate.
Book banning. It’s almost like a curse word. As an advocate for freedom of speech and freedom of thought, I am wholeheartedly opposed to book banning of any kind. Whether it’s for “dangerous ideas”, “political viewpoints”, or “inappropriate content,” I believe that to censor books is to eventually stamp out critical thinking. I believe that…
Do you re-read books?
There’s no doubt that the Second World War, by common consensus one of the most devastating major events in the 20th century, is an important thing to read about. However, the historical fiction market is completely saturated with WW2 books– and a very specific brand of WW2 books at that.
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