Lately I've been wanting to move away from posting solely about books during the academic year when I'm not reading. Here are my thoughts, what are yours?
--Yes, this post is late. No, I don't care.-- I watched and read a decent amount in French this past year. If you're studying French, you might find something that interests you (or learn what to avoid).
At this point, I'm running out of ideas on what to write here. Everyone and their mother has read this book.
Book blogging involves so much more than reviews. There's discussions, memes, tags... you get the idea. I'm sharing my preferences when it comes to bookish content and what I think are the best kind of posts in the blogging community.
Given that I'm flying back to campus this Saturday, I thought it would be fitting to reflect on how my fall semester went and what I'm planning on changing this Spring.
Think adult isn't your thing, but like thrilling adventures? I can't recommend any book other than this. If you don't love it, get your money back guaranteed. (Offer not valued Sundays-Saturdays.)
I decided to completely avoid TBRS and specific reading goals for the year so this will be the only TBR I'll ever do on this blog. These 12 books are the ones I wish I had gotten to this past year, but will prioritize in 2018. You've probably read most of these.
Introducing a new feature! I'm celebrating the new year by shouting out my favorite blogs and posts from the past year.
Were you wondering why a book blog didn't actually post many reviews? No? Oh. Well here's a throwback to one of my favorite books and reviews from last year. Even if you're not a fan of Romeo and Juliet, you may like this!
I know, I know. Isn't this the second (or third or fourth) break I took from blogging this year? Maybe. And isn't this the umpteenth "comeback post" in the last year? Yes. But everything is good because this is my blog and this has been the right decision for me! So what happens now?