Blogging For Fun, Social Media & More || Blogletters Interview with Saniya

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My name is Saniya (they/them) and I’m a 24-year old, queer, Indian-American, teacher and reviewer. I love romance, fantasy, fluffy fanfiction, venti salted caramel mocha frappuccinos, binding my own sketchbooks, painting and drawing all sorts of things, and wreaking mild havoc wherever I go 😀

Book Community, Blogger’s Guilt & More with Raji || Blogletters Interview

Blogletters Raji WorldsUnlikeOurOwn

Hello! My name is Raji, and I’m a 24 year old reader based in Toronto, Canada. I started blogging in late 2018 so that I could have a place to share my bookish thoughts with the world. I have been reading for as long as I can remember, and no day is complete without at least a few chapters from my current book (though preferably the entire book instead). I also love travelling, and hope to complete my ever-growing bucket list someday (most of which are places I learn about through my books).

The Book Community, Lessons Learnt & More || Blogletters Interview with Ilsa

Blogletters Ilsa

Ilsa loves to read and write fiction, though procrastinates doing both. She describes herself as an ambivert - while she does love to read, she is also extremely outgoing. She tries to blog as much as she can = which isn’t much but nevertheless, she enjoys reviewing books and talking about them.

Book Blogging, Book Twitter & More with Minna || Blogletters Interview

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Hey everyone! My name is Minna, and I run Minna’s Reading Corner. I’m a queer Muslim woman who has just recently rediscovered her love for reading. This blog is my passion project, with reviews and TBRs and book-based playlists, but my posts may be a bit spaced out due to my ADHD, so please be patient with me 🙂

Being a Book Witch, Navigating Social Media & More || Blogletters Interview with Mel

Blogletters with Mel cotton candy book witch

Mel from Cotton Candy Book Witch is a long-time book blogger who now focuses on writing about books through the lens of witchcraft. They love doing tarot readings for bookish OTPs, crafting spell jars for characters, and convincing you why their favorite characters are actually witches.

Is Non-Fiction The “Superior” Genre? || Discussion

is non-fiction the superior genre

More often than not, readers I meet in person look down on my reading choices. I started reading books when I was in 6th grade and still did not have friends to hang out with. My darling mum was a reader when she was young and knew what solace books have to offer. Hence, when… Continue reading Is Non-Fiction The “Superior” Genre? || Discussion

10 Super Hyped Books I Need to read ASAP

10 super hyped books I need to read asap

It is a fact well known that you will never finish your entire TBR. If you're an avid reader, you'll probably find at least two more books to read before you finish your current read. There are way too many good books coming out for us to keep up. I've been especially feeling the trouble… Continue reading 10 Super Hyped Books I Need to read ASAP

WWW Wednesday // 12th August 2020

www wednesday @ the wordy habitat, all the bookish updates, currently reading, mini book reviews, books to read next.

Hello everyone! This last week wasn't that good in terms of reading for me because I spent a lot of my reading hours to study. My final exams are coming up in two weeks and I am NOT prepared. Anyway, on to this week's updates. WWW Wednesday is a weekly blogging meme hosted by Taking On… Continue reading WWW Wednesday // 12th August 2020

I hit 2k followers!! + long overdue Q&A

2k followrs Q&A

It's surreal that two whole thousand of you subscribed to my content. While I do look at the followers count, I realized long back that followers =/= readers. People can follow via social media and not the blog but still keep up-to-date with posts or there could be people who read several posts whenever they… Continue reading I hit 2k followers!! + long overdue Q&A