There are a lot of things that people can say when describing a book that will make me HAVE to read that book. People who know me are able to use these buzz words to get me to read pretty much any book. It’s kind of a problem because sometimes that means I go into the book with vastly different expectations from what the book is actually about. It can also mean that I like the book far more than other people do because it has a theme or trope that I like. This is the top ten tuesday topic of the week (from The Broke and The Bookish) so read on to learn more what you can say to get me to read a book.
Week two of nanowrimo, here’s how I did. I also have a few more tips for you at the end.
Monthly recommendations is a goodreads group started by Trina from Between Chapters and Kayla from Kayla Rayne. The topic for this month is big books, books with over 500 pages. So if you’re looking for some LONG books to read, you’ve come to the right place because I have a LOT of ideas, often long books are high fantasy so that’s right up my alley. There are a lot of books later on in series that are quite long but I want to try to recommend some that are more from the beginning of series.
I’m back again with another Top Ten Tuesday post (hosted by The Broke and The Bookish). Today’s theme is Top Ten Of The Most Unique Books I’ve Read but as per one of the suggested variations I am going to do the top ten most unique books on my TBR, which will be more my opinion from reading the blurb with will avoid the problem of me only ever talking about the same few books which I have noticed happening quite a lot in tag/top ten tuesdays. For this list I will only be taking books off my TBR list, which for me is a list of books that I am definitely going to read.
So we’re one week into camp nanowrimo. Hopefully the writing is going well for you, but if it isn’t then know that there is still time for you to catch up. I’m going to give you a day by day run down of how my week has gone so far and then give you some tips on how to keep writing now that the excitement from week one is winding down.
Hey everyone, I hope you have had a great start to April Camp NaNoWriMo. After doing nanowrimo/camp nanowrimo three times now, I have learnt a fair few lessons about how to do it and I would love to share these lessons with you + a bit on how april is going for me so far!
It’s time for my monthly wrap up and april tbr. I have my holidays coming up in April so I plan to get through a LOT of books. That means this will be a large tbr. Camp nanowrimo is also coming up in April so I plan to get a lot of writing done. Also, I have become more technologically literate so you can click on the book cover to go to the book’s goodreads page. What progress I have made!
My TBR is massive ok. Here is my journey in trying to get it to shrink. Hopefully this can help you too.
Yay, another Top Ten Tuesday. Haven’t done one of these for a few weeks because they were on hiatus and I didn’t like a few of the topics. TBH I wasn’t going to do this topic but I am really busy with school work and haven’t been reading many books so this seemed like a good option. Plus the more I think about it, the more there are a bunch of authors I would like to meet. I feel like a bunch of these are going to be super repetitive with the authors other people are writing about but whatever.