If you’re no fun, you might call this book gimmicky. I call it brilliant.
Tag: book blog
Yes: George Orwell wrote more than just Animal Farm and 1984, in fact.
With TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, Twitter, the Metaverse and I’m sure some as-of-yet un-invented new addictive type of social media on the rise, it’s hard not to foretell the death of blogging.
Separating the art from the artist has long been a debate in the world of literature.
I think (hope) we can all agree this month was not the best.
My friend told me to read this seven years ago. I should have listened.
The mornings are foggy. The leaves are falling. The vibes are immaculate.
We readers face a lot of hardship…
I’m currently in a blogging slump AND a reading slump. We’ve all been there, I’m sure (or at least, I really hope), so today I decided to compile a list of 30 blog post ideas for when you’re in a writing slump.
In the relatively brief time I’ve been a part of the book hemisphere of the Internet, I’ve noticed a trend gaining traction among book reviewers: trigger warnings.
It’s a little ironic that I was nominated for this award, considering how inexplicably horrible I am at art…
After slightly more than one year of blogging, I finally reached the 500-follower milestone on Friday and I just wanted to pop in and say thank you!
How could I let this happen? It’s twenty minutes before the time my weekly blog post is supposed to go up, and I’m sitting on the couch, staring at the devastatingly empty draft post on my laptop screen. My cursor blinks pitifully against the unforgiving expanse of blank space, until I close out of the tab with a plaintive sigh.
What a crazy few months! I absolutely cannot believe it’s already November. I haven’t been able to blog that much recently, but today I decided it’s finally time I posted a monthly (or in this case, bi-monthly) wrap-up.
Confession time: I’m addicted to spending all my money on books and coffee.
I finally returned from my slightly mysterious disappearance to post a fun little fall book haul!
To welcome in this new era of the online academic year, I’m going to revamp Frappes and Fiction and focus on writing posts that you would most like to read.
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.
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.