That's right... I threw three books into the DNF pile this month! I'm actually proud of myself because I'll usually suffer through to finish even if I'm not liking a book. I've done that so many times and I'm just sick of it. Although... there was one book this month I read all the way … Continue reading I Actually DNF’d Three Books!
Like most of us bookworms of the world, I have a TBR list that goes on for miles and I'll probably be crushed by my stack of unread books one day. Everyday it seems like my TBR list grows and I'm constantly taking out books from the library or buying new ones on Amazon or … Continue reading Project Home Library
I notice a common post among book bloggers, which is a monthly To-Be-Read (TBR) list of books they plan to read that month. I've been wanting to start doing this myself, but I can't for one simple reason - I can't stick to a reading plan. I'm sure other book bloggers have the same problem. … Continue reading Why I Don’t Do a Monthly TBR Post
Writing this series is definitely a lot of fun because I think just about every one of the problems I've listed so far is something that has happened to me (or at least 9/10). I love seeing memes on social media that fit under 'bookworm problems' and sharing them. I'm sure I annoy my friends with … Continue reading Bookworm Problems (v. 4)
Hello bookworms! I'm back with some more bookworm problems. I'm actually currently experiencing the "reading slump" problem I mentioned in version one of this series. I mean, I'm reading a book right now, it's just taking me a long time to do it because I've been weirdly tired lately. Isn't it terrible when that happens? Being … Continue reading Bookworm Problems (v. 3)
I'm back with more common bookworm problems. A few of these I was going to put in the first post, but I figured I'd just make a little series of these. There are only so many problems we can handle discussing at one time, right? So here we go with fifteen more common bookworm problems! … Continue reading Bookworm Problems (v. 2)
I often finds things related to being a bookworm that can be sort of a problem. Most of the time it's little things that others might not understand if they're not a bookworm themselves. However, I know plenty of people who love to read and I'm sure they, and many others, can sympathize with these … Continue reading Bookworm Problems (v. 1)
An auditorium packed full of students and teachers... and one of them has a gun. When picking up this book, I expected nothing less than to be on the edge of my seat and moved to tears while I read it. Unfortunately, this book was not as moving as I thought it would be. While … Continue reading This Is Where It Ends [book review]
Working in a library sounds like a pretty chill job, right? It’s quiet, you make some small talk about the books people are checking out and you get to sit in a chair when you’re not shelving books. That couldn’t be more wrong. The author of this book, Gina Sheridan, has been a librarian for … Continue reading I Work at a Public Library [book review]
Weeks have passed since Mal defeated her mother, Maleficent (now a tiny lizard), and everything seems peaceful for her and her friends. However, there have been some weird weather patterns happening throughout the United States of Auradon that cannot be explained, and there have been some mysterious attacks in a nearby kingdom. Then, there are … Continue reading Return to the Isle of the Lost [book review]
Ever since making my blog post planner printable and the mini-kit I have for sale on Etsy, I've been itching to make more printables. It's taken me 8 months to do it, but I did! Ladies and gentlemen, may I present... the Book Journaling Kit! With the sheets I made for this kit, you can … Continue reading Book Journaling Kit!
Let me start off by saying that it is completely obvious that J.K. Rowling did not write this book. Sure, she had some creative input on the story since they were dealing with her characters and all, but this felt nothing like reading any of the seven Harry Potter books. The most obvious reason this … Continue reading Harry Potter and the Cursed Child [book review]
I've seen this trend of going on a blind date with a book on social media plenty of times and I always thought it was an interesting idea. We're so quick to judge a book by it's cover, or even the first few pages, that we can end up missing out on a good book. … Continue reading I Went On a Blind Date… With a Book