The Magician’s Nephew and The Horse and His Boy are set earlier in the story of Narnia, but published after, making them some sort of prequel. When first published, the books were not numbered. C.S. Lewis’s reply to a letter from an American reading who was having an argument with his mother on the subject: I think… Continue reading The Chronicles of Narnia: Where to Begin?
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
So, some of my friends recently started there own book blogs and if you like my blog, I think you'll really enjoy there's. Roses Book Nook - My friend Kendall. She has some great reviews and awesome bookstagram photos! Night Court Reads - MY BEST FRIEND. Ana has been my best friend for 7 years… Continue reading Shoutout!
January didn't have a discussion, so February gets two! Valentines Day gave me a couple good discussion ideas too which is nice. For Valentines, my discussion post was What Makes A Good Book Boyfriend? Keeping with the Valentines theme though its passed already, this post is all about YA love triangles. Love them or hate them,… Continue reading Discussion: Who Would You Pick In This YA Love Triangle?
Alternatively could be titled: Types of Book Boyfriends What Makes A Good Book Boyfriend: Book boyfriends are different from your OTP or preferred choice in a love triangle. Book boyfriends are book characters YOU would date. I have below a non-definitive list of my own book boyfriends, grouped into three types of book boyfriends -… Continue reading Discussion: What Makes A Good Book Boyfriend?
Books - Every book blogger faces the problem, one day or another, of having too many. For example, my room is basically: Which is: Honestly probably some sort of health hazard (my shelf did once collapse and almost kill me once) Not so easy to deal with when I go to college next Fall. My… Continue reading Discussion: On Un-Hauling Books & How
Books. As book bloggers, we love them, and often times, hoard them like dragons hoarding gold. We all want to be like those book bloggers with endless shelves, and massive frequent book hauls, but it can be hard when you don't have much in the way in disposable income for buying books. Books are EXPENSIVE.… Continue reading Discussion: Where To Buy (Cheap) Books
Writing book reviews is an integral part of book blogging. That's pretty much a given. (Though, Drew over at The Tattooed Book Geek gave a pretty great discussion on being a book blogger without being a book reviewer) Most of us write reviews, with varying frequency and styles. That's a given. But how many of… Continue reading Discussion: Reading Reviews
Aren't you proud of me? Being all consistent and writing discussions regularly for the first time ever? I told you had a list of ideas a mile long - I'm just working through it now. Anyways. Onto the discussion you came here for. I've seen a handful of bloggers touch upon this topic and I… Continue reading Discussion: Do ARC Reviews HAVE To Be Positive?
With ever growing TBRs and book collections comes ever decreasing shelf space. Especially when book bloggers move houses or go off to college. Shelf space is a hot commodity not to be trifled with. One ever common way to deal with this is the book unhaul. Bloggers either donate books or host giveaways for books they… Continue reading Discussion: Unhauling Books