It's officially July, which means this crazy, awful year is finally halfway over. Remember 182 days ago when we thought 2020 was going to be THE year? Yeah. Me either. I'm never actually tagged to do this, but I started last year and decided to continue the trend this year. It's a really fun tag, originally created by ReadLikeWildfire and Earl Grey Books! I . . .
Back in January, I wrote a post regarding 2020 releases that I was looking forward to. But, of course, during the first month of the new year, not all titles being released that year are finalized nor announced. Plus, COVID pushed a lot of release dates. I meant to update my post around April or May, but with July fast approaching, I . . .
Maybe you are stressed out/bored from self-quarantine and need something to do. Or you're stressed out about work/school. Or you just had a bad day. Or you're reading this in 2021 and Corornavirus is just a distant memory and you just want some feel-good books to read. Whatever the case, I want to provide a short list of books I've . . .
I love a good series. Who doesn't? I've recently started reading a bunch of series and have been plowing through them in record time---Simon Snow, Shades of Magic, Chaos Walking, and To All the Boys I've Loved Before, to name a few. These series are amazing. The stories are interesting enough to warrant 3+ books. Fantasy and sci-fi do . . .
New year, a whole set of new blog posts you now need to come up with, write, and schedule! It can get...overwhelming, for sure. It's also kind of hard to just come up with a bunch of topics to write about, especially if you're new to this. Or, if you've been blogging for a while now and feel like you've run out of ideas! Well, good news . . .
A new decade of literature begins now. Books released this year will set the tone for what this decade in literature will look like, and I'm soooooo ready for some of these releases! This year, I'm going to try to incorporate new releases into my TBR filled with classics and previous years' contemporary releases. I want a good blend. But that may . . .
In 2019, I decided to post about more than just books and adaptations. Though this is predominately a book blog, I am also interested in video games, pop culture, movies/TV in general, and things like that. So I thought that, along with my 2020 Book Adaptations post, I'd also make a list of non-bookish . . .
One of my favorite activities at the start of the new year is checking out what books will be made into a movie or TV series. Of course, it's not an all-inclusive list, since news about adaptations comes out randomly throughout the year, but it's a fun way to start planning my year of films to see. With 2019 being a somewhat . . .
This year, I've decided to get back into resolutions. Rather than set goals about making money and losing weight, they will all be about---I know this will shock you---BOOKS! These are the types of resolutions I'm happy to both set and share. My life revolves around books: taking pictures of books, talking about books, writing about . . .
According to an article I read online, approximately 2.2 million books are published per year in the whole world. Multiply that by ten and you get 22 million books published since 2010. Isn't that crazy? I haven't read even close to a million books this decade, let alone in my entire life. That's impossible. However, I have read quite a few books published during this decade, and I have . . .