A Percy Jackson adaptation is coming to Disney+ and I have so many thoughts!

I'm sure we've all heard the news by now... Pssst. Hey, demigods . . . pic.twitter.com/7ep4aeyS3I — Rick Riordan (@rickriordan) May 14, 2020 That's right, we're finally getting a proper adaptation of Percy Jackson and I could not be more excited!!! As every Percy Jackson fan knows, there has already been one attempt at adapting …

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Goodreads, pull yourself together (aka, how to improve this dysfunctional site)

As someone who uses Goodreads on a near-daily basis, I have a lot of appreciation for what it has to offer. It's the easiest way for me to keep track of books I've read and books I want to read, as well as see reviews and reactions to any book I want. It's a social …

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Why and how to support independent bookstores during COVID-19 (and always)

The coronavirus outbreak around the world has impacted everyone, but few are hit as hard as small businesses that rely on day-to-day sales to stay afloat. Independent bookstores are no exception. With health concerns and stay-at-home orders, most bookstores have closed their doors with concerns about when - and if - they'll be able to …

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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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