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.
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”
It’s kind of cliche to say that I read a book based on its cover, but it is something that I guiltily do. There’s a good chance that if the cover draws me in, I’ll read at least the summary on the book jacket. And if I like what I read in the summary, thenContinue reading “Why I Pick Up a Book | Book Discussion”
So the last month or so, I have become addicted to playing on my Nintendo Switch. The only way I’ve been getting any reading done is if I listen to a book on audio while I play. Which is fine, but now I’ve been struggling to get through physical books because all I want toContinue reading “Why I haven’t been reading as much as I’d like…”
There aren’t many tropes in YA books that I can think of that I actually like. Mostly one that I can’t stand and maybe that’s a discussion for another day. I’m going to try to talk about my favorite YA tropes. Again, there aren’t many.
I’ve been reading quite a few larger books lately, since I’m participating in the Tome Topple Readathon, and one of the rules is to read books over 500 pages. Which are books that I tend to not get around to because of the shear size of them. It got me thinking.
I have been going to my local library for as long as I can remember. I’ve always had a library card, and I’m constantly checking out books from the library. But I know that there are people who would rather own the books that they read, collect them and display them in their home onContinue reading “Book Discussion: Library or nah?”
Everyone’s reading journey starts somewhere. Some people have a love of reading since the day they first started reading. Others’ love of reading started later in life. Mine is somewhere in the middle. I distinctly remember that I was in 6th grade when I first began reading more. Before that, I honestly didn’t enjoy readingContinue reading “Book Discussion: Where My Love of Reading Started”
How do people read so much even when it seems like they’re always really busy? That is a question that I am constantly asking myself now that the semester started and I’m working full time. Before, I had all the time in the world to read as much as I wanted. Now I feel likeContinue reading “Book Discussion: Reading More”