Audiobooks are great and here’s why

Hello, all! I'm here today to talk about something that recently I've been appreciating quite a bit: audiobooks! I haven't always been the biggest audiobook fan, but within the last year or so, I've been listening to them more than ever and recognizing them for how wonderful they are. So far in 2019, I've listened …

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How book blogging keeps me inside my reading comfort zone

Hello, all! Today's discussion is something that has been on my mind lately regarding book blogging and my reading habits, and I wanted to see if any of my other fellow blogger people feel the same way. Here's the dilemma: I think book blogging has preventing me from venturing too far from my reading comfort …

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The future of YA (part 2) | why do so many adults read YA?

Last month, I kicked off a series of blog posts discussing the future of young adult books. Part one of this series was all about trends within the age category, including the big books that have made a lasting impact and where I think trends are heading in the future. Today, I'm looking more closely …

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The future of YA (part 1) | changing trends and mainstream books

So this post is coming a little later - and a little different - than I originally intended, but here it is nonetheless! With this post, I'm starting a series that's all about the future of YA. Originally, it was just going to be one post, but that ended up being WAY too long, so …

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How does nostalgia affect how I read books?

Here's a fun fact about me: I love rereading my favorite books. There's nothing better than falling back into a world and characters that I already know I'll love, and I usually get something new out of it no matter how many times I've been there before. However, when I reread these books and subsequently …

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My experience as a creative writing major

Hi friends, guess what? I graduated college this week! As of May 19, 2019, I have a Bachelor's of Arts in Creative Writing with a minor in political science, which sounds Very Official and Fancy. For the past four years, I've been spending basically all of my time and energy striving toward this goal and …

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