Posts Categorized: Discussion

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When I’m Not Reading: Bec’s Video Game Edition

When I’m Not Reading: Bec’s Video Game Edition

January 11, 2017 Discussion 16

When I went on my Christmas break, I was supposed to read the entire time and catch up on a number of series. That was the plan anyway. It was going well until I started one little video game and went in a spiral of game binges. Oops. While not great for my reading goal, this gaming binge did inspire […]

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The Bookish Best and Worst of 2016

The Bookish Best and Worst of 2016

December 31, 2016 Discussion 22

2016 has come to an end! And seeing as there isn’t much time left to read and blog and do things, what better time to make a post about our best and worst reading and blogging experiences of the year! Best Reads Alise This made me realize that I had very few five star reads this year! Then again, I […]

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Bec’s Christmas Book Wishlist

Bec’s Christmas Book Wishlist

December 23, 2016 Discussion 14

Do you know what time of year it is? And what does this mean? ALL THE BOOKS AS ALL THE GIFTS   Since my birthday is only a few days before Chrismas, I’ve always associated December with epic book hauls and reading. It’s the time of year I get the most reading done, and the time I can afford to […]

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Books of 2016 I Wish I Had Gotten To

Books of 2016 I Wish I Had Gotten To

December 20, 2016 Discussion 32

With as crazy as the second half of this year was, it was hard to read as much as I used to. I went from reading 200 books in 2015 to around 80 in 2016. Needless to say, there are a lot of 2016 releases I wish I had gotten to read in 2016. Here are some of them!  Lady […]

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How to Find Time to Read

How to Find Time to Read

November 15, 2016 Discussion, Tutorial 30

You know what’s funny, I’ve been trying to find time to write this post for 4 months now but uni and exams haven’t let me. Even though I didn’t have time to write this post, I did have manage to make time to read. So of course I’m highly qualified to teach this lesson.  Most book bloggers I know really […]

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The Future of Reading

The Future of Reading

October 24, 2016 Discussion 22

Once upon a time, storytelling was a solely oral tradition. As time moved on, people began to write and record tales that only the wealthy and privileged could read. Over time, as education became more accessible and the world became more literate books began to boom. But how will reading change in the years to come? What will happen to physical […]

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