Bookish Baking, books

Bookish Baking #14: Baz and Levi’s Pumpkin Mocha Breve (Fangirl/Carry On)

Pumpkin Mocha Breve Ingredients: 3 tablespoons espresso powder (Cafe Bustelo is my favorite) 2 tablespoons cocoa powder 1 tablespoon pumpkin spice mix pinch ground spices, such as cinnamon or cardamom, optional 1/4 cup liquid chai drink (its like concentrated chai tea, sold at most grocery stores, and is used for making coffee and tea drinks)… Continue reading Bookish Baking #14: Baz and Levi’s Pumpkin Mocha Breve (Fangirl/Carry On)

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Bookish Baking #13: Sour Cherry Scones (Carry On)

I'd never had sour cherry scones before Watford. Just raisin ones–and more often plain, and always something that came from the shop, then got left in an oven too long.           At Watford, there are fresh-baked cherry scones for breakfast every day if you want them. And again in the afternoon… Continue reading Bookish Baking #13: Sour Cherry Scones (Carry On)

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Favorite Books of the Decade: 2010-2019

So, this past decade, I was 10 (2010) to 20 (turned in 2019) years old, so a lot of reading, and a lot of formative reading was done. Here are the ten books that most stick out as my favorite of the decade, narrowed to those published within the peace as well.  

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Rec Your Friday: New Year – A Book That’s Been On Your TBR Forever That You HAVE To Get To

January 3rd 2020 Prompt: New Year – A Book That’s Been On Your TBR Forever That You HAVE To Get To The series is Rec Your Friday, and each week there is a theme. The way this works is simple: Choose a book you’re dying to read or recommend a favorite book. Then, recommend a… Continue reading Rec Your Friday: New Year – A Book That’s Been On Your TBR Forever That You HAVE To Get To

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Thoughts for Thursday: A New Monthly Book Blogging Meme

Here is a new original feature of this blog: Thoughts for Thursday. Each month there will be a bookish discussion topic that I will be writing on, and encourage others to write on with me. Topics are posted in advance. Posts can be posted any Thursday (or other day if that works for you) of… Continue reading Thoughts for Thursday: A New Monthly Book Blogging Meme

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THE MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL TAG!

I was tagged by the wonderful The Orangutan Librarian– really recommend you check them out! REUNION OF FAMILY NAME A BOOK WITH FAMILY GOALS   FULL MOON NAME A BOOK WITH A WEREWOLF   MOONCAKES NAME A KIND OF FOOD IN A BOOK THAT YOU WISH WAS REAL RABBIT NAME YOUR FAVOURITE CREATURE FROM A… Continue reading THE MID-AUTUMN FESTIVAL TAG!

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Want More Book Reviews?

A lot of times, when I finish a book, I don't have enough time or inclination to write a full blog post review. So, I have recently started doing Bookstagram again and I've been posting mini-reviews of every book I've ever read, including going back and writing a review of every book I've read and… Continue reading Want More Book Reviews?

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Biannual Bibliothon – Write A Synopsis From The Villain’s Perspective

 Biannual Bibliothon - Day Two Challenge: Write A Synopsis From The Villains Perspective This was forever ago and I didn't participate really but this was in my drafts so enjoy! Day 3 of the blog challenges is hosted by Dominique @ Pirates and Pixie Dust. Her prompt is to write a synopsis from the villain’s point of… Continue reading Biannual Bibliothon – Write A Synopsis From The Villain’s Perspective

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Discussion: How To – Start A Book Blog

Advice from a Not-So-Seasoned Not-Quite-Professional A long while ago, I wrote a discussion with my advice on ARC requests. Surprisingly, to me at least, a lot of people liked it and found it useful. And I realized something, I feel like a floundering child when it comes to this blog, but with a year and… Continue reading Discussion: How To – Start A Book Blog