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 . . .
In case you're still scratching your head trying to figure out 'what the heck does this book nerd want for Christmas,' I'm here save the holidays. Because as a bookworm myself, I have tons of bookish gift ideas that I wish friends and family would get for me. You can trust me. Here I present to you 20 gift ideas for book lovers. Get out your wallets and . . .
If you couldn't tell, autumn is my favorite season, and I'm so happy the weather here in Ohio is finally reflecting the time of year. If you're like me, you enjoy reading scary books all year round. But Halloween---and October in general---provides us a great excuse to read even more creepy stories, and who would want to waste that opportunity? I want to share . . .
Happy June, followers! Today marks the halfway point of 2019, so I thought I'd update my reading progress this year. I found the Mid-Year Freak Out tag online and decided to use that as my model, even though no one tagged me. It appears the tag was originally created by ReadLikeWildfire and Earl Grey Books, so . . .
June has arrived. For many, this month marks the beginning of Summer. Warm weather, no school, tons of ice cream. But for some, June has a bigger importance. It's Pride Month. And I don't want this post to be about politics, but this year, Pride Month is being celebrated in the wake of disappointing movements by the government to limit . . .