Outgrowing Genres | Book Discussion

I didn’t know it was possible to outgrow a genre until recently. I always thought that anyone could read any genre. I mean that’s still true, but I thought I wouldn’t have to one day transition to solely reading adult fiction. Not that that’s what I’m doing now; I’m still reading YA fiction for theContinue reading “Outgrowing Genres | Book Discussion”

Currently Reading | 6.17.2020

So I recently started The Moment of Truth by Kasie West, and I’m actually almost done with it. I probably would have had it finished by now, but I got distracted by some other things going on. But from what I’ve read, I’m enjoying it. However, like the previous Kasie West book I read, thisContinue reading “Currently Reading | 6.17.2020”

Diverse Books I’ve Read or Want to Read | Book Discussion

In light of everything that’s going one in the world, I want to sit and think about all of (or a majority of) the diverse books I’ve read and the ones I really want to get to. Because being that I’m not a person of color, I feel like I should educate myself as bestContinue reading “Diverse Books I’ve Read or Want to Read | Book Discussion”

Favorite Genre: Contemporary Fiction | Book Discussion

My go-to genre has always been contemporary ficiton. And lately I’ve been in the biggest contemporary mood so I decided to write a post talking about why it’s my favorite genre and the one I reach for the most when I am in a reading slump.

Books I Wish I Had Read as a Child | Book Discussion

So this was a topic from Top Ten Tuesday (created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and it has been moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018), which I don’t really participate in since I don’t post on Tuesday’s. But I was interested in the topic and decided to do it anyway.Continue reading “Books I Wish I Had Read as a Child | Book Discussion”

When I DNF a Book | Book Discussion

I saw a post on Ella’s Book Corner about when she DNF’s a book. She mentioned that the topic is from Tell Me Something Tuesday¬†created by Heidi from Rainy Day Ramblings, a weekly discussion post dedicated to discussing all things bookish. Even though it’s from months ago, I figured I’d still participate and discuss theContinue reading “When I DNF a Book | Book Discussion”

Update on my O.W.L.’s TBR | Discussion

I feel like I haven’t read many books that are on my TBR for April, especially those that are for the O.W.L.’s readathon that is going on this month. It’s almost the end of April, which is seriously shocking how fast it flew by, and I think I’ve read four books, and two of themContinue reading “Update on my O.W.L.’s TBR | Discussion”

Popular Books/Series I Haven’t Read Yet | Book Discussion

I feel like this list could go on forever if I didn’t stop myself from adding 50 books to it. I searched the internet for books that I haven’t read yet, and I had to narrow it down to 6 books, or it would have been a mile long. Because apparently, I haven’t read aContinue reading “Popular Books/Series I Haven’t Read Yet | Book Discussion”

Let’s Talk Bookish | Favorite Way of Reading

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly meme created and hosted by JR at Eternity Books where people discuss chosen topics and share opinion s on books. This particular topic is from March 13th 2020, though I just found it not too long ago on Blogger Books‘ blog and decided to give it a try.

Comfort Reads | Book Discussion

I recently read a post from Kathryn Randell where she listed her favorite comfort reads. And I thought I would take that and make my own list. A couple of mine are actually similar to hers, like The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky and Harry Potter by J.K. Rowling, but I’m goingContinue reading “Comfort Reads | Book Discussion”