This post is part of Six for Sunday, run by Steph from A Little But a Lot.
Last week Steph asked us to list our bookish faves, but this week the tables have flipped a little. This time we’re talking about the aspects of books we’re not so keen on. Just like last week, I could go on and on. There are a couple of things that really grind my gears when I notice them in books. These are just some of the things I’d like to see less of in literature.
Are you a fiend for a Buzzfeed quiz? Me too. I seem to spend hours scrolling on my phone finding out what kind of cat I am, or what my favourite pizza topping says about my shoe size. I love to share the outcome of these quizzes with everyone I know.
Recently, one quiz caught my eye moreso than any other. It asked readers to take a look at their reading habits and honestly, I was hooked on it. I love calling myself out for being a really bad reader (because I know I have a lot of points that can improve) so a quiz like this one is perfect for me. I’m ready to call myself out as a pretty awful (at times) reader. Care to join me? Why not answer these questions for yourself
When it comes to reading, I like things to be just so. I’m quite meticulous about my books and my reading habits, and I like things to be in order.
I have to admit. I’ve been really disheartened by blogging in the last few months. It came to the point where I wanted to give up for a while. Instead, I took a little break, so I could come back a little better and a lot more ready to blog and share all my ideas.
In this time away from my laptop, and from social media, I had a little time to think about why I started blogging, and subsequently changed to book blogging, in the first place.
It’s World Friendship Day today, so I can’t think of any better time to look back on some of the best friendships I’ve seen in YA fiction.
It’s not exactly a secret that the friendships you make in your teenage years can be among the most influential in your life. You’re growing as a person and finding out who you are, so having a bunch of people around you who are also making the same discovery can be a huge weight off.