If you stick to one genre, reading can get boring. Why? Because the book world is not immune to trend-hopping. Publishers want to sell books, so they publish what sells, leading to a myriad of interesting– but sometimes repetitive– trends.
The following quotes have been taken from popular YA books published in the last fifteen years:
Ugh. It’s a cold, rainy, very subpar day, but what can make me feel better faster than… a book tag? Thank you to A Bookworm’s Paradise for nominating me for the Feelings Book Tag!
I didn’t post this on a Monday. But oh well, because soon this series will become my Monday thing and I will not be sacrificing the alliterative name just because I thought of this idea on a Tuesday. .
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 is a truth universally acknowledged, that a reader in possession of good taste must be in want of a killer opening line.
I’m back again with the procrastinated blogging awards! Honestly I’m not sure why it took me so long to do these, but I’m sorry. I was nominated for this one in November and now it’s JUNE. Thank you to Cherelle @ A Bolt out of the Book for nominating me for the Outstanding Blogger Award!
Short stories are CRIMINALLY underrated. In fact, I don’t think I’ve ever written about short stories on this blog. I do read them sometimes, but definitely not as often as I read full-length novels. But I don’t think they get enough appreciation.
With June quickly approaching, we’re almost halfway through 2021, which seems insane, but at least so far it’s been slightly better than 2020. Right?