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The Book Blogger Test Tag

Another tag! I think I’ve said this before but I love book tags, well all tags. It makes it so easy and quick to let us bookworms get to know each other. Today I’m putting myself to the test with The Book Blogger Test Tag. Let’s see how I do... #1 What are your top... Continue Reading →

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Ways to Create Character Sympathy

Whether it be to make a villain more like-able or to make us love our protagonist, we need to put one of these traits in our characters to make the reader attached to them and the plot. The story won’t feel the same if you don’t feel attached to the main character. To love the... Continue Reading →

Overused Themes in Stories

Themes that we are tired of seeing in stories. This doesn’t necessarily mean they’re bad, just overused. Maybe you could use these themes but give them a twist. Except please, don’t bring characters back from the dead! Anyways here are some overused themes. Love Triangles Dun-dun-dun… We all knew it was going to be here,... Continue Reading →

Non-Bookish Things I’m Into

While books are a huge part of my life they are not all I am. So here are 7 non-bookish things I’m into: Ballet The only thing bigger than my love for books is ballet (except my family, they are number one above all things). I have been dancing ballet since I was 5 and... Continue Reading →

7 Ways to Kill off a Character

Warning: Do not take this seriously, every death that is spoken of or refered to is for FICTIONAL writing only. Again please please DO NOT take this to heart (except if you’re writing a novel) How and when you kill a character in your book can make or break the novel. Consider how it will... Continue Reading →

Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell: Book Talk

Fangirl By Rainbow Rowell “To really be a nerd, she'd decided, you had to prefer fictional worlds to the real one.”  Rate: Solid B I’ve been reading so much (hope I don’t jinx it). I finished the whole Throne of Glass Series, a post about that coming soon. And I just finished Fangirl. In one... Continue Reading →

Best Reading Snacks

Reading snacks for all the moods. This is a short and sweet 😉 post. Sweets Cookies Sour candy Gummies Chocolate Pop-tarts Cereal Mochi Salty Crackers Chips Popcorn Cold cuts Pretzels Healthy Carrots Celery Granola Apples Bananas Berries Grapes Drinks Coffee Smoothies Tea Hot chocolate Milkshake Good old water All this snacks are one handed, spoon... Continue Reading →

Little Monsters by Kara Thomas: Book Talk

Little Monsters By Kara Thomas “Hope is the most dangerous thing you can give someone.” Rate: A Loved this book. Kara Thomas knows how to write a mystery/thriller, I’m definitely reading more from her (drop suggestions down below). This was so instense! Last few chapters had me on the edge of my sit going what,... Continue Reading →

Heroes of Olympus Dream Cast

I know, I know, I know, Percy Jackson and the Lighting Thief was not a good movie. However, I still think we deserve some kind of movie/tv representation. I made my dream cast list and I share it with a warning. I did not pick the person who looked the most like the character or... Continue Reading →

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