Discussion

Tropes I Want to See More Of

Hello, lovelies! It's been a while since I wrote my post about tropes that I absolutely love within the fantasy genre, which included your classic tropes like chosen one stories to romance staples like only one bed. Today, I want to switch the focus to ideas I'd like to either become so common, they become… Continue reading Tropes I Want to See More Of

Discussion

Readings Habits: The Proud and Needs Improvement — An Inspired Post!

Hello, lovelies! So, I've been wanting to write more bookish discussions and always struggle to come up with what I should write about. Well, I remembered saving this amazing post by Kelly @ Another Book in the Wall where she talked about what reading habits she was proud of. I really liked that post and… Continue reading Readings Habits: The Proud and Needs Improvement — An Inspired Post!

Discussion

Why I Write Reviews

Hello, lovelies! I hope you all are doing well and are experiencing some sunshine in your area, empowering you to kick any seasonal depression through the kneecaps. If you're part of the blogging or writing community, there are a few debates that seem to always continue to repeat. One popular topic is reviews. Who are… Continue reading Why I Write Reviews

Discussion, Writing Posts

Time: Humanity’s Worst Concept

Oh, lovelies. Hi there. This is a post I definitely hoped I wouldn't have to write, but I'm also...not surprised that I'm writing it? Guess who still hasn't adjusted to a new routine since starting a new job? Don't get me wrong: changing jobs was 100% the right move. I am so much happier in my… Continue reading Time: Humanity’s Worst Concept

Discussion

My Nominations For The 2019 Book Blogger Awards!

Friends! Hello! So, I stumbled across this post from May's blog, Forever and Everly. Because I haven't been huge in the book blogging scene until this past two years, I had no idea that these awards even existed, once upon a time, back when Joce @ Write Through the Night (who is now a retired… Continue reading My Nominations For The 2019 Book Blogger Awards!

Discussion

Discussion: How Being A Blogger Changes You as a Reader

Hello, lovelies! It's been a while since I've written a discussion post recently and this is a topic that's been on my brain for a hot second these past few weeks, so I decided, why not? The main discussion question is: How does being a blogger affect you as a reader? I'm going to get… Continue reading Discussion: How Being A Blogger Changes You as a Reader

Discussion

Discussion: The Platforms of Social Media

Hello, dear readers! It's time for the latest discussion post and this is a topic I've been thinking about a little bit recently. It's not a complex one by any means (though, after writing this entire post, perhaps it's more complex than I originally thought?), but I'm just curious how others navigate it, so I… Continue reading Discussion: The Platforms of Social Media

Discussion

2019 Book Blogger Discussion Challenge

Hello, dear readers! I know, I know. I go from not ever joining any challenges in the book community to joining two in one year! (But's that's usually how it goes, right?) Though while the Year of the Asian challenge has to do more with my reading, this challenge is more for my writing--my blog… Continue reading 2019 Book Blogger Discussion Challenge

Discussion

Discussion: To Read Or Not To Read Reviews

Hello, dear readers! I'll be the first one to tell you how surprised I was when so many people commented on my first ever discussion post last week. It really made my day and I learned a lot from the responses, so thank you all for being a part of that. Of course, that also… Continue reading Discussion: To Read Or Not To Read Reviews

Discussion

Discussion: Book Blurbs

Hello, dear readers! One of my favorite posts to read from other book bloggers are their discussion posts, where they pose a question they are curious about or a controversial topic/opinion--or perhaps even a rant--in the hopes that it will ignite discussion with others. I love them because the topics are always so interesting and… Continue reading Discussion: Book Blurbs