We are so excited to do this Q&A!! Thanks to all you amazing people we got so many wonderful questions to answer! So many in fact, that we’ve decided to split the Q&A into two parts. One today on our 2 year blogoversary, and one at the end of the month to close it all … Continue reading Blogoversary Q&A Part 1 ft Our Best and Worst Blogging Experiences!
I don’t really know how to write this post because there are so many points to address, so I guess I’m just going to get right into it. There has always been talk about whether or not you can separate the art from the artist, but recently, as more and more authors show their ass, … Continue reading The Art and the Artist: Can You Separate Them?
This is going to be a short post. (Rare from us, we know). In a little over a week it’s going to be 2 whole years since we started this baby blog! To celebrate we were thinking of doing a lil’ Q&A post, since we’ve never done one of those before. But! For us to … Continue reading Our Blogoversary Is Approaching! We Need Your Questions!
This month I finished my first audiobook! Now this was not my first time listening to an audiobook, mind you. I have tried several other times to listen to an audiobook, but this was my first time completing one. So today I want to talk about why it’s taken me so long to listen, what … Continue reading Why It Took Me So Long to Listen to an Audiobook
What with the most recent JK Rowling debacle there has been lots of debate over whether or not you can separate the artist from their art. I know that Harry Potter as a series means a lot to a lot of people which may be the reason why there is so much debate about it. … Continue reading We Have Moved Past the Need for Hogwarts Houses//Ft. Other Bookish Ways to Categorize Yourself
Hello friends! Today I want to discuss something that I’ve noticed. I have reviewed 90% of my e-arcs, but only 23% of my physical arcs! I started thinking hard about why there was such a big difference between these 2 formats. And honestly, I realized that the big difference for me is NetGalley. See, we … Continue reading My Experience Reviewing E-book vs Print ARCs
Black Lives Matter. If you don’t agree with that truth then you can kindly leave our blog. We’ve seen many people on Twitter and all over the blogosphere wondering what they can do to support Black people in our communities right now, and from what we’ve seen the best thing for us to do right … Continue reading Black Lives Matter: Boosting Black Voices in Our Community
There are many wonderful skills that I’ve gained from book blogging. But most of the skills I’ve gained were predictable since I’m running a book blog. I mean, obviously I’m going to get better at articulating my thoughts if I’m writing a post every few days. But there is one skill that I definitely did … Continue reading Things Blogging Has Taught Me: Geography Edition
In the (almost) two years that I’ve been blogging I’ve come to love a lot of things about it. But the one thing that I probably love the most is visiting other blogs! There are so many amazing bloggers who have beautiful blogs and wonderfully creative ideas and I’m really happy that I get to read … Continue reading Why You Should Be Reading Book Blogs
Hello friends! It’s time for another discussion post! Today we’re going to be talking about a topic that’s quite personal to me, and that is how non-traditional families are represented in books. I know the term “non-traditional family” can be super broad, so let me be clear that in specific I’ll be talking about foster … Continue reading Why I Never See My Family in Books: Blended Families Are Families Too