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Hi everyone! Today I’m doing another discussion post, this time I’m talking about changing your ratings after you’ve read and rated the book. This is something that’s been on my mind a lot lately, mostly because of how I rate books after I’ve finished them versus how I feel a while after I’ve read them.

Hi everyone! For today’s post, I wanted to talk a little bit more about my feelings on a recent entry into my Have I Read series here on my blog. The post in particular that I am talking about is Have I Read: BBC’s Top 100 Books You Need To Read Before You Die.

This was originally a topic for Let’s Talk Bookish hosted by Rukky @ Eternity Books back in November, and I never got around to actually writing up my blog post for that topic so here we are, talking about it 2 months later! Better late than never, am I right?

With the last season of Game of Thrones finally finished, there are quite a lot of things that I wanted to talk about that are just too much for a twitter thread. So I decided that I wanted to write a discussion post with all my thoughts on not just the final season, but the comparison to the books as well as touch on all the drama happening regarding this final season… Read More

I’m not even joking when I say that I have three or four different versions of this post sitting in my drafts. I just have so many different thoughts and directions that this post could go in! This post came about after reading two very well written, well thought out posts from Lucinda is blogging and Novels & Waffles. Lucinda’s post is all about why she doesn’t like YA as an adult,… Read More

Long time no see everyone! I took a few days weeks off of blogging and this is my I’m back post! So to celebrate/explain where I’ve been, I thought I would do another discussion post!

As we have been getting closer to the end of the year, that means that everyone is rushing to reach their Goodreads goal, and that is where my discussion today comes in. The Goodreads reading challenge is a fun way to see how many books you actually read in a year and compare that with your friends, but sometimes that can hinder you more than it would help you.