Today I would like to talk about different types of narrators in books, specifically about the one vs. multiple narrators debate. This is something I hadn't really payed all that much attention to until recently because I naively thought surely everyone liked multiple POVs better. In my brain there was no question that following more… Continue reading One or Multiple POVs?
Way back in January, I wrote a post about favourite books where I briefly touched on how the author of a book might impact our view on their work. The call to cancel problematic and controversial authors has been going strong for a long time now—to be point of there being lists with "authors to… Continue reading Can We Love a Book Written by a Bad Person?
Today, I'm exposing myself. Okay, it's not nearly as dramatic as it sounds. I don't usually buy books unless I want to start them immediately, but that's not always been the case and, because of that, I have a few books that have been on my shelves, untouched, for a few years. Today I'll be… Continue reading Unread Books I Own
So yesterday marked my one year of blogging, which seems unreal. I really can't believe I've been blogging for a year. So far, this has been a fantastic experience and I've gotten to do some amazing things since starting this blog. From recieving some ARCs that I would've never gotten otherwise to talking to authors… Continue reading One Year Blog Anniversary
*All illustrations by Alice Oseman, taken from here. Graphics made by me having way too much fun and lack of knowledge on Canva.* As I've mentioned before, I'm not much of a rereader or a rewatcher. It usually takes a lot for me to want to reread or rewatch something, let alone find the time… Continue reading Let’s Talk About Heartstopper
For the final part of this three-part series, today I'm talking about free resources where you can read for free. I will not be talking about libraries, because we all know about those, and unfortunately some people do not have local ones with big selections. Instead, this post is about online resources. Table of contents… Continue reading How to Read for Free
As a follow-up to my book buying habits post—and as part 2/3 of this book buying series—today I'll be going over some sites where you can buy books for a good price as an international reader. I'm Spain based, so some items on this list might be Spanish resources, but I will include them because… Continue reading Where to Buy Books as an International Reader
The next three blog posts I want to devote to talking about things relating to book buying. We, as readers, all have different spending habits when it comes to what we buy and how much we spend on books. Some might use the library as their main source of books thus spending way less than… Continue reading Book Buying Habits
Today's post is something that I wanted to write last month but wasn't able to. As the second part to Briana @ Pages Unbound's challenge I'm going to be talking about some recent bloggers I found that I want to shout out. Part one was about book bloggers I'd been loving, but this part gave… Continue reading 10 New-to-Me Book Bloggers
Today's post is sort of a reply, and rant, to Phoenix @ Books With Wings's post—I was both inspired and encouraged by her to write this. Phoenix's post was all about the pressure to write reviews as a book blogger where she talks about how, in the past, she has felt obliged to write reviews… Continue reading Pressure to Write Reviews as a Book Blogger