international book blogger
Book blogging, Discussion, Diversity, NetGalley

So You’re An International Book Blogger? DON’T GIVE UP! You ARE Needed In The Book World

In light of the things that have been going on in the book world, I feel like international bloggers might feel horribly betrayed and unappreciated right now. We’ve seen our share of sad posts already (I will agree that I feel incredibly sad too because of what’s been going on), and we need to keep seeing those and putting them out…

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Discussion: Fear Of Reading All The Good Books
#bookwormproblems, Discussion

Discussion: Fear Of Reading Up All The Good Books Cause What If There Are No More Good Ones After That??

Alright, so. Time to talk about something completely illogical, random, and yet very real and possibly relatable. #BookwormProblems time! Yes, I’m talking about the idea of running out of good books in the world. *gasp!* Namely, I mean running out of amazing books to read in the world, realizing you’re stuck with the mediocre ones from now on, apart from every…

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The Girl in the Tower
Fantasy, Fast-paced, Fiction, Loved-it, Magic, NetGalley, Women's

5 Reasons To Read The Girl In The Tower It's Even Better Than The Bear And The Nightingale

When I read The Bear and the Nightingale, I definitely liked it (you can find the review here), but I knew that the series was not opening up its full potential. But I decided to stick with it, because I was sure it would bloom by the second book. And it did! I loved The Girl in the Tower. So here are… 5 Reasons To…

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Illness, Memoirs, NetGalley, Non-fiction, Women's

Memoir Of A Mother Fighting For Her Terminally Ill Child Happiness by Heather Harpham

Happiness isn’t a book about how you would actually attain happiness. It’s not even about happiness, so much. In fact, if you started reading it, it probably wouldn’t seem at all happy, at the start, at least. The funny thing about this book: you know it ends well. But while you’re reading it, it shatters your heart. But the thing is:…

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November Stats Fever
Book hauls, Sunday post

November Stats Fever! And Sunday post #35

I cannot believe we are already in the holiday season!!! What is this magic?? Does time really fly? Just now I seem to have drafted my October stats fever post… Hmm. Well, anyway. Since it’s holiday season, we might as well start feeling it! Alright, alright! Done with the GIFs. Or you might all just leave. But come on, let…

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Book hauls, Sunday post

Sunday post #34 Bookmail!!!

Hi everyone! How is your Sunday? So far mine’s alright. So let’s talk about my week in a nutshell: about 90% of this week is not really something I want to talk about x.x mostly due to various health problems all at once, but I’m okay now! some good things happened too, luckily! I went out with colleagues on Friday…

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4 Scifi Books Realistic About Space
Discussion, Lists, Loved-it, Nerdy and proud, Scifi, Scifi month

4 Sci-Fi Books That Are Realistic About Space Why Us Science Fiction Nerds Should Also Read Astronauts' Memoirs

Okay, so. I really REALLY wanted to write this article. But I’ve realized that… Despite loving scifi the way I do, I haven’t read enough to make an extensive list. I mean, I’ve read a lot of scifi, but not a lot of it IS about space, apparently? So instead of making a list like you normally would, I’ll just make…

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an unkindness of ghosts rivers solomon
Dark, Diversity, Edelweiss, Fiction, Illness, Loved-it, Other-cultures, Rising star, Scifi, Scifi month, Society, Women's

Genuine, Unapologetically Diverse And Absolutely Brilliant An Unkindness of Ghosts by Rivers Solomon

Shiver shiver, tremble tremble. I am not nervous about writing this review at all. I do not have any of my typical book was too good to write a review for it jumbles. Nope. Feeling at my most confident here. *escapes* Check out on Goodreads Get at Book Depository ★★★★★  5+++ stars Can we just agree to make this book as…

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11 doctors 11 stories
Fiction, Nerdy and proud, Scifi month, Short stories

Not Watching Doctor Who? Read It Then. Doctor Who: 50th Anniversary Collection – 11 Doctors, 11 Stories

I’ve been a Doctor Who fan for a while. Are you? Part of being a fan is also reading the novels. I was loaned this book by a friend and read it during Dewey’s 24h marathon this year. I present you the review for #RRSciFiMonth! Check out on Goodreads Get at Book Depository ★★★★☆  4 stars Essentially, this is a…

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gemina amie kaufmann jay kristoff
Fiction, Loved-it, Scifi, Scifi month, Well known books

It’s Explosive, It’s Blue, It’s In Space… It’s GEMINA! Let's Pretend You Haven't Already Heard Everything About This Book

5 Reasons To Read Gemina!! What is Sci-Fi Month without an incredibly popular YA novel set in space? And even though I’m sure there is no way I’ll be able to possibly tell you anything about Gemina you haven’t heard yet… I’ll try my best. Check out on Goodreads Get at Book Depository ★★★★✬  4.5 stars Question. Have you read…

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The Diamond Age by Neal Stephenson
Fantasy, Fiction, Other-cultures, Scifi, Scifi month, Society, Steampunk

Neo-Victorians, Utopia And The Big Picture The Diamond Age: or, A Young Lady's Illustrated Primer by Neal Stephenson

What does an advanced supercomputer, an important and powerful equity lord, a judge following Confucian principles and a poor, little girl who lives in a bad neighbourhood have to do with each other? A lot, as it turns out, if we’re talking about The Diamond Age: or, A Young Lady’s Illustrated Primer by Neal Stephenson. Check out on Goodreads Get at…

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Diversity, Edelweiss, Fiction, Illness, Other-cultures, Society

An Endearing Story About Loneliness, Illness And… Cake Sweet Bean Paste by Durian Sukegawa

If you’re looking for a book to warm up your heart on a cold winter evening, Sweet Bean Paste is the book for you. While being endearing and light, it also tackles important subjects of lifelong illness, alienation, loneliness and learning to accept your life. Without further ado, I give you my reasons to read Sweet Bean Paste. Check out on Goodreads…

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