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Did Anyone Actually Read The Animorph Books?

Does anyone else remember the Animorph books? Those kids books with the amazing covers showing different kids (in very late 90’s styles) transforming into various animals. The best part of these 'morphs' was the wonderful the in-between phases of kid into animal, which produced so many hilarious images. I have always remembered loving these books.… Continue reading Did Anyone Actually Read The Animorph Books?

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The Dangers of Book Blogging

The Dangers of Book Blogging #94875

My bookshelves are always a mess. As an actual librarianship student, I am slightly ashamed of how messy my bookshelf is. But, every couple of days I like to stock up on pictures for my bookstagram and blog, and as a result my books are more often then not piled on top of the bookshelf… Continue reading The Dangers of Book Blogging #94875

The Dangers of Book Blogging

The Dangers of Book Blogging #32129

Collecting a strange box of book-ish props for your photos. I have way too many fake flowers, tiny pumpkin decorations, fabric backgrounds, paper flowers, and old book pages all collected together, it’s a lot. And it is far too easy to justify buying more.   Please let me know if you think this series is… Continue reading The Dangers of Book Blogging #32129

The Dangers of Book Blogging

The Dangers of Book Blogging #2121

Your neighbors seeing you taking odd photos of books, coffee and pumpkins in your ground level window. I'm normally taking pictures from above, while standing on my bed. So, I'm sure it looks...interesting! I’ve gotten a few looks, but that’s fine-- I've just moved out today😊   I imagine it won't be long until my… Continue reading The Dangers of Book Blogging #2121

The Dangers of Book Blogging

The Dangers of Book Blogging #72927

Accidentally letting your mother know that you have a tattoo, because you shared a link to your blog. My tattoo is a Harry Potter quote so I thought it would be a cute thing to list in my about me page, and I totally forgot about this when I sent her the link. Hi mom!… Continue reading The Dangers of Book Blogging #72927

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Reading Challenges– A Bookish Discussion

I’ve noticed recently that reading challenges seem very popular in the bookish community! I honestly hadn’t really heard of the concept until I started a bookstagram account and started book blogging. Now, every so often I see another different challenge posted, where you along with people across the world challenge themselves to read a certain… Continue reading Reading Challenges– A Bookish Discussion

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Do You Prefer Hardcover or Paperback Books?

I thought it would be a good time for another bookworm discussion! Do you have a preference between paperback books or hard covers? Personally, I tend towards paper back books mainly because of their price point. I find that the  money I can save per book, can add up quickly and can mean that I’m… Continue reading Do You Prefer Hardcover or Paperback Books?

The Dangers of Book Blogging

The Dangers of Book Blogging #5793

Being convinced to buy books I was previously on the fence about, because of comments on my posts. I regret nothing, but I do blame you guys ❤ I will enjoy reading Hocus Pocus and The All-New Sequel because of many of you! As evidence of this, I present exhibit A: Hocus Pocus and the… Continue reading The Dangers of Book Blogging #5793

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What Is Your Favourite Time of the Day to Read?

I always find little quirks people have about their reading habits to be so interesting, so I thought I’d ask another question! Do you have a favourite time of the day to do your reading? Personally, I’m a night owl and have pretty much always been,  because of this I tend to do most of… Continue reading What Is Your Favourite Time of the Day to Read?

book review

Miss Subways by David Duchovny– A Review

Emer is just a woman living in New York City who takes the subway, buys ice cream from the bodega on the corner, has writerly aspirations, and lives with her boyfriend, Con. But is this life she lives the only path she’s on? Taking inspiration from the myth of Emer and Cuchulain and featuring an… Continue reading Miss Subways by David Duchovny– A Review