Posts Tagged: Discussion

The Importance of Negative Reviews

The Importance of Negative Reviews

February 15, 2018 Discussion 13

This post is a bit late (when all the stuff that inspired it was happening, I was not in the right mood for blogging), but it’s a post that will fits any time really. Because the thing that inspired it is something that’s been repeated time and time again: A select few authors getting in a tizzy over negative reviews […]

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5 TBR Books I Hope to Finally Read in 2018

5 TBR Books I Hope to Finally Read in 2018

January 21, 2018 Discussion 33

Hello my name is Bec and I have 209 books on my TBR pile. My actual, IRL TBR pile Most of these books have been sitting there for over 12 months because I am a terrible person who had such little time last year. (And the time I did have was spent playing video games because I just did). It’s […]

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How I Read 50+ Books a Year in Vet School

How I Read 50+ Books a Year in Vet School

November 18, 2017 Discussion, Tutorial 18

Now that I’ve come out on the other side of the stress filled horror of vet school, I’ve realised it that it’s a pretty decent achievement to keep up with my reading goals of 50 books a year. Clearly this means I’m some sort of expert and completely qualified to enforce my tips on to you. Without further adieu, I […]

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My Favourite Fictional Furries

My Favourite Fictional Furries

February 12, 2017 Discussion 32

That title makes me cackle so much. Lucky for all of us, this post isn’t about the creepy furries. This post is about the cute and sometimes fluffy ones. One of my favourite tropes in fantasy is the animal companion. That cute and fluffy side kick always makes a story 1000% better. Sometimes they die and break our hearts, and other […]

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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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ARCs of Guilt

ARCs of Guilt

October 12, 2016 Discussion 40

The access to review copies is one of the greatest privileges of a book reviewer’s life… but it’s also one of the biggest pains.  Don’t get me wrong, I am very grateful to receive review copies from publishers. But unfortunately it has created a monumental problem. The biggest problem a reader ever has to face.  The Never Ending, Forever Mutiplying […]

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