Book Features · features

Literary Discussions // Why I like having an unwieldy TBR

Friends, this title is not clickbait. It’s true. I have 173 books currently on my Goodreads TBR and, although I sometimes jokingly complain that my TBR is too long, I actually quite like it that way. Before I’m excommunicated from the book community for such a brazen statement, hear me out. Yes, sometimes I wish my TBR… Continue reading Literary Discussions // Why I like having an unwieldy TBR

Book Features · Little Life Updates

Announcement: Stay Bookish zine have a new issue out (and I’m in it!)

Over the last few months, I’ve been lucky enough to be involved in working on Stay Bookish magazine’s latest issue, and I’m excited to announce that issue 5 has just been released today! Stay Bookish zine is exactly what it sounds like – an online zine all about YA books. The zine includes news, reviews,… Continue reading Announcement: Stay Bookish zine have a new issue out (and I’m in it!)

Book articles · Book Features

10 tips on how to attend YALC like a boss

With YALC less than two days away, excitement levels are reaching peak levels. Hotels are booked, trains are scheduled, and we’re ready to meet authors, hang out with friends, and pick up more books than we can carry. This will be my third year at YALC, but for anyone going for the first time, it… Continue reading 10 tips on how to attend YALC like a boss

Book Features · Readathons

Tome Topple 2018 Wrap Up // Why I failed the readathon

OK, so the title makes this post sound a little overdramatic, but it’s not clickbait, I promise. I started Tome Topple with all the best intentions of reading at least three books, but in the end I only managed to finish half of that. So in my eyes, I did kind of fail. I’m sure… Continue reading Tome Topple 2018 Wrap Up // Why I failed the readathon

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Literary Discussions // Why I don’t DNF books

DNFing books is a great way ensure you’re reading only what you enjoy. As readers, we have the autonomy to choose whether or not we continue with a book if it’s not meeting our expectations. After all, we only have a finite amount of time to read (as much as I want to believe that we’re all… Continue reading Literary Discussions // Why I don’t DNF books