I like to think I've always been a reader. I remember my parents reading to me; I remember Scholastic book fairs and designated reading time in elementary school; I remember walking to and from the library every single weekend; I remember always being a reader. And thinking about my history of reading also got me thinking about the people who inspired . . .
The answer, my dear readers, is yes: it is. I've been blogging about books for over 4 years now and instagramming about books (or bookstagramming) for about 2. In all time that, I never really sat down to think about or appreciate what technology has done for the literary world. That is, not until I read ...
Hi, guys! Happy weekend. It's been a while since I've thought up anything to write about for this segment. Back in January, I wrote about how I was thinking about trying audiobooks and bookish podcasts. Well, I'm here to tell you that I did try both of these. In fact, it quickly became the best [...]
It's been a while since I've posted one of these random, rambling Saturday posts... There's a reason behind this, and today I kind of want to talk about those reasons. I'll be talking about reading slumps and the reasons why I fall into them, especially here lately. I remember the days before going to college. [...]
Hello, lovies! Thank god it's Saturday, am I right? This week, I'd like to talk about listening to/about books. I have a boring job. And by boring, I mean I deal with people who maintain and inspect foreclosed houses. I have an English degree---I don’t care about foreclosed houses, unless it’s a story about foreclosed [...]