The Words that Built the Story is a feature in which I dissect and discuss an author’s writing style. Today’s study is on Jay Kristoff. Out of all the authors I’ve covered so far on this feature, I’d say Jay Kristoff’s writing style is the most polarizing. Even among fans, there are times we love [...]
***This post contains affiliate links. I get a small commission when you use my link to buy from IndieBound (at no extra cost to you). CODE: renstrange*** On my last post, I discussed series I haven’t finished yet but plan to. Today I’m focusing on the flip side of this— series I will not, under [...]
What up, squad?! I’m proud to announce that I’m joining the Bookending Summer event! This is an event hosted by Sam of Fictionally Sam and Clo of Book Dragons in which book bloggers from all over get together to discuss books using summer themes. There are lots of great prompts I’m excited to respond to. [...]
Have you ever read a book by an author and disliked it, but considered giving another book of theirs a try? How do you decide whether or not it’s a chance worth taking? What pushes you to give that author a second chance? I’m no stranger to this phenomenon, so this is something I’ve been [...]
Some of my favorite videos to watch on BookTube are the rant videos about books people hate— especially when those books are super popular. There's something so cathartic about it, even when you're not the one ranting. I watched a couple more recently and decided to make my own post about it, albeit a written [...]
Before I get into this post, I just wanted to point out that today is this blog’s one-year anniversary! I can’t believe it’s already been a full trip around the sun. I’ve loved creating and writing for this blog so much. I can’t wait to see what the next year has in store! And now [...]
Happy Hump Day, folks! It’s time for another Top 5 Wednesday! This week’s topic is a good one. Today we’re talking about the top 5 books or series we don’t like, but love to discuss. As someone who lives for book talks and analyzing, I am super pumped for this topic. I love books that [...]
My first blog post in which I immediately alienate my audience.