Disclaimer : I have read the Harry Potter books and watched the movies and I love both of them dearly. I grew up with Harry Potter. It was a big part of my childhood, or rather, teenage years. I think I watched one or two of the movies first, then picked up the books and then… Continue reading The Pressure of Loving Harry Potter More Than Anything Else
Hi everyone! How are you guys doing? I hope you all are doing well, reading great books, and preparing well for the holiday season!! Today I'm going to do a small little discussion post, about something I've felt since a long time and have wanted to talk about since a long time. This discussion post… Continue reading Does Wonderful Diversity Eliminate/Overshadow the Negatives in A Book?
I was very young when I joined GoodReads and the world of books and reading widened so much in front of me. It just went, boom. Later when I created this blog and took to speaking about books online and reading what others have to say about books, my whole idea of reading broadened. I udnerstood… Continue reading How Being A Part of the Book Community Has Changed Me and the Way I Read
Continuing this sudden weird trend I have of posting something every other day and for once in my life, not neglecting this blog (let's all appreciate it guyss) I have yet another new post for you. I've seen various versions of the topic I chose today, all over blogosphere, and decided to add my own… Continue reading If You Struggle As A BookBlogger, You’re Probably Going Through All/Any of These
You know when you casually anticipate the release of a book, you're just casually looking into news about the book and make a note about its release date, and then all of a sudden, the book blows up. Like, literally. Everyone and their mother is talking about the book, and initially you're happy, because you anyway wanted to… Continue reading 3 Books Whose Insane Hype Absolutely Killed Any Interest I Had In Them
So today I'm finally back (after ages) with another discussion post! Yep, this idea finally struck me, and before I get the chance to delay it even more, I thought I'd just get down to it and write a quick post. So today I'm going to be talking about breakups in literature (especially YA) or rather, the lack… Continue reading Why We Don’t See More Breakups in Literature (Mostly YA)
Okay, so I'm typing this in a hurry mainly so excuse me if this is a rather short discussion. However, I still did want to talk about this since it is something very important to me, and I feel it affects my decisions and my feelings quite strongly. So, the question I'm discussing today is… Continue reading Is Reading the Book Before Watching the Adaptation Necessary??
Today is time for another discussion =D I'm about to write about the importance of portraying healthy relationships in YA. The reason why I'm writing about YA, is because I feel the lack of healthy relationships in YA, much more than in the adult genre. Sure, sometimes adult books mess up too and portray something unhealthy or… Continue reading Why YA Needs to Portray Healthy Relationships
We all have authors we swear by. We believe in them to always put out excellent content, we're the first in line in the bookstore when their new book releases, and are ready to argue for as long as possible to prove their amazingness. They're, basically, 'favorite authors'. So, my question is, I have definitely not.… Continue reading Is It Compulsory to Read Everything by A Favorite Author?
//In which, I show you my skills at making goals and never completing them. So in the beginning of 2017, I made myself some reading goals to follow this year; nothing too strict or difficult, just little things I wanted to keep in mind to shape a better reading year ahead. Judging my reading year… Continue reading 2017 Reading Goals Update