What’s Up Bookworms?! Happy Sunday! How was your reading week?
I finished After by Anna Todd and The Enlightenment of Bees by Rachel Linden last week. I enjoyed them both, but The Enlightenment of Bees was far superior in the literary sense. The characters were well written and I loved the overall writing style and message. Here’s just one of the quotes I saved.
The BIG news is…
I vaguely knew what “BookTube” was, but as I’m always the last one to the party, it was eye opening to experience a little taste of this alternate way to discuss books. There are some really passionate people out there making the most amazing content. I like to dabble with making graphics and videos for my Instagram stories, so I added a few videos to my channel to get started.
I don’t see myself posting traditional BookTube content especially because I’m not super comfortable on camera. I enjoy the editing far more than the “acting”. We shall see where it takes me.
I’d love it if you could check it out and maybe even subscribe! Only 99 more to go… (Then I get to choose a custom url.)
Blog Ahead October begins in a couple days. Write and save up as many posts as you can. Then by the end of October, you should hopefully have a nice cache of blog posts ready to go. Join Anna at Herding Cats and Burning Soup here.
Library Love is a fun, low key challenge hosted by Read with Jess – watch her video announcement here.
The next Dewey’s 24 Hour Readathon is October 26. Sign up here.
Non-Fiction November is back! Here is the link to the weekly prompts.
Lastly, here are a few more links I found interesting this past week.
🆕Asha Reads discusses the Pros and Cons of Audiobooks.
🆕The Atlantic discusses Why Some People Become Lifelong Readers.
🆕The Nerdy Lion shares Six Reasons Your Blog Sucks and How To Fix It.
So… What are you reading? Do you love it? Let’s chat in the comments!
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