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Interesting Finds in the Blogosphere of June 2019

Yesterday was the end of June, so it’s time to wrap up June. Instead of reviewing my reading and blogging month, I want to focus on featuring some awesome posts around the book blogosphere. To start this off, there were a few good posts about blogging. Pamela from Reverie Society teaches you how to develop… Continue reading Interesting Finds in the Blogosphere of June 2019

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Wrapping Up April 2019 + Reacting to ‘Game of Thrones’ S8 E3

It’s the end of the month, and that means I need to write another wrap-up post. The month went by fast. I’ve been reading, guest blogging, and watching the last season of Game of Thrones. I’ve been reading books and getting more into webcomics. The major novel I read this month was Five Feet Apart… Continue reading Wrapping Up April 2019 + Reacting to ‘Game of Thrones’ S8 E3

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Fellowship of the Ring Book Tag

Neko Neha from BiblioNyan tagged me in the Fellowship of the Ring Book Tag, which was created by Nandini from Unputdownable books. Points to Note: Please pingback to Nandini‚Äôs original post. Feel free to use the banner from her post. Be as creative as you like while interpreting the prompts. Tag at least 3 people you… Continue reading Fellowship of the Ring Book Tag

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The Beloved Brother Award Goes to Johnny Olivera

For the first I Heart Characters prompt of 2019, I am going to write about a beloved sibling character. There are some truly great siblings in YA books, but one is a particularly great big brother. The fictional sibling I think deserves an award is Johnny Olivera from Girl Mans Up by M-E Girard. Girl… Continue reading The Beloved Brother Award Goes to Johnny Olivera

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Concluding the 2018 Reading Challenges

We’re seven days into 2019, and I need to share the results on the reading challenges I started in 2018. It’s time to wrap these challenges up. As a spoiler, I did pretty well at completing my challenges, but I dropped the ball on a couple of them. Book Blog Discussion Challenge This was, maybe,… Continue reading Concluding the 2018 Reading Challenges