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A Bookish Earth Day

Around springtime and Earth day, I find enjoyment reading books that feature adventures, fairies, fantasy as a whole, and other themes that make me feel one with nature. This year I wanted to encourage readers to not only read this Earth day but do something a little green. Something that wasn’t recycling, but still in theme with […]


Let’s Talk About Fantasy

Fantasy is an exciting and tedious genre to explore. Most times fantasy is stereotyped as a story that has evil troll-like creatures, elves that hold nature near and dear to their hearts, a hero who is flawless, magical interventions, and most likely if humans are involved they are destroying something. While some of the common […]


Liebster Award

Another nomination! This time the Liebster Award. Thank Jenna at Bookmark Your Thoughts, for the nomination. If you are not following her yet, do yourself a favor and check out her reviews and tips on bullet journaling. I borrowed this tidbit of information from Jenna’s post about the Liebster Award which she got from Norin’s […]


National Reading Month

March is National Reading Month, the goal is to encourage young readers to develop a habit of reading for 15 minutes a day. Reading for 15 minutes a day is a great goal for all readers. National Reading Month is typically celebrated in classrooms across the United States, you may also know March as the […]


A Reader’s Guide to Netflix

Netflix is my all time favorite streaming service. Recently Netflix started to develop their own content, otherwise known as Netflix Originals. This is very exciting because some of their original content is based on books, comics, and manga. If you are looking for your next read, why not watch it first? Or read then watch […]


Bookish Without WiFi?

Recently I spent a period of time without an internet connection. I learned a lot about our digital world and how spoiled I have become by the convenience of Prime reading, Overdrive, Hoopla, and the internet as a whole. If you find yourself in a situation like this what do you do? How do you […]