If you've been quite involved in the online bookish community for a while, especial book twitter, you would at least know about the talk around content warnings[...]
Happy October y'all! New month, new fall/autumn vibes for most people around the globe while I'll be having rainy (and gloomy) vibes, and new experiences to have. I've been eyeing WWW Wednesday blogging meme for a while now, but since I usually update my reading on my Sunday Post, I don't do it. This week,… Continue reading WWW Wednesday // 2 October 2019
I must have a lot of patience. I used to never DNF (Did Not Finish) a book but after finding the book community online, there are simply too many books to read that I don't have time to finish a book I don't like.
Nowadays, I DNF pretty liberally but there are still some books I'v finished all the way and, looking back, can't believe I stuck through them...
This world sucks. None of us like it. And that's most probably the reason why we love reading books—it takes us to a different world, which might not be perfect, but is still one we want to be in instead.
This week's Top Ten Tuesday, hosted by the lovelies over at The Broke and The Bookish, is Top ten bookish settings I'd love to visit.
I don't want to just visit, I want to live there[...]
One of the things that makes me like a book are the characters' names. I would be so much more appealed to unique names like Scarecrow* or something than Holly, Molly, Jolly or Kelly. To be honest, I don't find many of guys names boring? But yeah, unique names definitely capture attention. *Not a good… Continue reading Top Ten unique book character names
Hey all! The Broke and The Bookish are finally back from hiatus! The topic for this week's Top Ten Tuesday is 10 book recommendations for ______ (our choice). Now, English is a hard language. (Says the person who knows English better than her mother tongue) I wanted to recommend books to readers looking for books… Continue reading 10 books with best-friends-to-lovers themes