#ReadAThons

Today’s discussion is going to be about readathons and a special announcement at the end of this post. I have participated in a handful of readathons.  Out of the ones that I have participated in, my favorites are the Biannual Bibliothon and DiverseAThon.  The Biannual Bibliothon occurs twice a year and has reading challenges, video …

#ReadingSlumps

Today's short discussion is about reading slumps. I have only ever experienced minor reading slumps, nothing major. I’ve never gone months without reading a book, maybe a week or two but nothing more than that. What always gets me back into reading, is reading the short stories on Pottermore. They’re quick and entertaining. I definitely …

#FakeRatings

Today's discussion is somewhat controversial.  It has to do with Goodreads and the many books that have one-star ratings when the book is still in the editing phase, no ARCs are out and the book hasn’t even been published yet.  While I understand why some people do this, especially with books that may be problematic/harmful …

#MixedReviews

Today's short discussion is about mixed reviews.   Mixed reviews can be tricky when trying to decide if you want to read a book or not.  There are so many books that I have seen with mixed reviews, but there’s a positive thing about them.  A lot of times with mixed reviews, I’ll get the …

#RecentReads

You might be confused by the title and thinking “is this a list of her most recent reads?” Nope, it isn’t a list, but rather a discussion about two books that I read recently. One was borrowed from the library and the other is an ARC. I normally don’t post too much about the books …

#RarelySeen

I thought I would do something different.  A while ago I decided to change the direction of my blog from what it was.  When I first started blogging, I was doing a lot of tags and memes, and while they are great for gaining followers, I wasn’t happy that other than my monthly wrap-ups, my …