Tag: reading

Top 10 Backlist Books I Hope to Read This Year

Last week, I talked about some of my most anticipated new releases for this year, but of course, there are a lot of books already sitting on my shelves that I also need to read. Some of these were released last year, some of them long, long before that....

My Reading and Blogging Goals for 2021

I think we can all agree that 2020 was not a good year for a lot of reasons. When it comes to publishing, books have been pushed back indefinitely and authors are doing all online tours and marketing events. And for readers, some of us have been plowing through...

July 2020 Book Haul

It’s only been two months since my last book haul, which is an unusually short amount of time for me, but I’ve been shopping for books a lot more often than usual, so I’ve already accumulated eight books. If I let myself get too many more before doing a...

My 2020 Reading and Blogging Goals

With a new year comes a new start and a chance to reflect on your goals. Personally, I’ve never been more excited to start a new year. For me, 2019 was a wild ride of a year, containing both the best days of my life thus far… and the...

Outside the Reading Comfort Zone

Hey everyone! If you follow me on Twitter (@wavesofpages), you know that these past few months haven’t been great for me, reading-wise. I’ve only read 7 books this whole year so far. Part of that is because I’ve been in France and I’ve been travelling a lot, instead of...

Why I Love Fantasy

Hey guys! Today I’m going to be talking about my favorite genre and why I love it so much, from both a reader’s and a writer’s perspective. Because, in case you guys didn’t know, I am a writer—an unpublished one at this point, but a writer nonetheless. At this...

How Book Blogging Has Changed My Reading Habits

Hey guys! It’s Ariel, and I have been a book blogger for almost 5 months now. Today I thought I would share with you some of the ways that becoming a book blogger has changed my reading habits/the way I view reading. Most of these are definitely positive changes,...

5 Books and the Weird Reasons I Own Them

You all know that we readers get a lot of books. Most of those books end up on our shelves through normal means, like online book shopping, physical book shopping, or libraries. There are cover buys and synopsis buys and gifts from friends and family. But then there are...

Reader Problems: Pronunciation

Reading is great. With the help of a book, you can travel to countries and worlds you would never have the chance to otherwise. You can learn things in a fun or subtle way, so you may not even realize that you’re learning—for example, various mythologies in any of...
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