Hello readers! I’ve wandered back around again for another Book Blogger Hop. This week’s question was posed by Angelica @ Paperback Princess. Here’s the more complete answer: I tend to go back and forth between print (whether it be physical print or digital “print”) and an audiobook. This has to do with relative reading speed … More Audiobook Read-Along | Book Blogger Hop
I deleted everything on my to-read shelf on Goodreads and have decided to manage my TBR differently. How do you manage your TBR? … More Revamping My TBR
Hello Readers! Book Blogger Hop is hosted by Billy @ Coffee Addicted Writer. Here’s this week’s question What’s your favorite bookish accessory that’s NOT a book? from Angelica @ Paperback Princess. I don’t necessarily have a favorite, but since I do most of my reading right now with my ears, here’s my most-used bookish accessory … More Favorite Bookish Accessory | Book Blogger Hop
I’ve been reading Leigh Bardugo’s Six of Crows for a few weeks now, and I’m only at 25%. This is weird to me because I like the author and I’m intrigued by the story, but I feel a little like I’m slogging through reading right now. It could be a number of things. My thought … More First Abandoned Book of the Year
2018 comes to a close, and with it, a reflective look on the books I read in 2018. According to Goodreads, I read 80 books in 2018. I know that’s not entirely accurate — but it’s a nice place to start. [Edit: This is also a Top Ten Tuesday topic, which I didn’t realize when … More Favorite YA Reads of 2018
lot about what I want to do with my reading life in 2019. 2018 was the year of leaving the classroom and of making measured progress on my dissertation and am set, so long as I manage to get everything done that I need to get done, to graduate in May. These moves definitely changed my reading life, and have affected what I’d like to attempt with my reading life moving forward. … More New Year’s Reading Resolutions | The Last Sunday #Bookstack
Help me figure out what I should read next. … More What Should I Read Next?
Do you read the author’s note? If you’re curious about the context of this question, watch the [53 second] video below. Otherwise, I’ll see you in the comments soon.
How do you listen to audiobooks? Whatever way’s convenient? Through headphones? Only on the car stereo? I’m curious about how other people read with their ears. … More Audiobooks and Headphones