Lessons Learnt After One Year As a Bookshop.org Affiliate

As many of you know, last year, Paper Procrastinators became Bookshop.org affiliates. Nothing really changed on the blog. We made a post about it, and starting using our referral link in our reviews, but beyond that, life went on. However, I've learned some valuable lessons after one year marketing our affiliate links that I'm going … Continue reading Lessons Learnt After One Year As a Bookshop.org Affiliate

The “Would You Rather?” Book Tag

It's been a while since this blog has been graced with a tag, but thankfully Ellyn @ Allonsythornraxx has tagged Paper Procrastinators in the Would You Rather Book Tag! She gave some tough choices, but thankfully, I don't play by the rules, and found exceptions for practically every case so that I can still read … Continue reading The “Would You Rather?” Book Tag

Review of The Lady Gets Lucky

Book: The Lady Gets Lucky by Joanna Shupe Series: The Fifth Avenue Rebels #2 Source: I received a copy from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Publisher: Avon Release Date: October 26th, 2021 Pages: 384 This post contains affiliate links to Bookshop. If you purchase a book using this link we will make a small commission at … Continue reading Review of The Lady Gets Lucky

Recommended For You Blog Tour // Comparing Each Character to Their Matching Cookie & A Giveaway

Book: Recommended For You by Laura Silverman Source: I received an e-ARC from NetGalley and a physical ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. Publisher: Margaret K. McElderry Books Release Date: September 1st, 2020 Pages: 272 Goodreads // Barnes & Noble // Amazon // Book Depository // Bookshop Hello, friends! Today I'm participating in the blog tour … Continue reading Recommended For You Blog Tour // Comparing Each Character to Their Matching Cookie & A Giveaway

A Journey of Self Discovery: Graphic Novel Edition

I'm all about discovering new ways to meet my Goodreads challenge, and one such method I've discovered is reading graphic novels. Surprisingly, I did not read very many graphic novels until recently, which is only surprising because of how often I read them now. However, I'm well aware of my reasons I didn't read them … Continue reading A Journey of Self Discovery: Graphic Novel Edition