Okay, so, preface. I was watching InsaneReader’s video (which I’ll put right after this bit, because the guy is hilarious and if you haven’t seen him before, I recommend just giving him a chance) where he reacts to Booktube drama videos, and at about the 11:50 mark, he’s watching a video of a girl ranting … More Audiobooks Don’t Count as Reading? Really?
You see people rating books on Goodreads before they’ve been published — sometimes before they’ve even fully been announced! — all the time, right? I know I do, and most often these are ratings of five stars or one based on a myriad of reasons, either having to do with a prequel to the book … More Is it Right to Judge a Book Without Reading it First?
Wow, look at me. I’m chatty as heck lately. But I’ve got a lot on my mind. And, suffice to say, aside from my (hopefully-ending-soon) reading slump that my month has become, I’ve been feeling extremely overwhelmed by a variety of factors, and one of them happens to be my books. Which might be sparking … More Overwhelming Yourself and Your Currently-Reading Shelf?
Now, I want to preface this with why I even am thinking about this in the first place by saying that I’ve been pondering starting a YouTube channel to supplement my blog since I first started back in (checks archives) 2015. I never wanted to go fully into that form of media, because I much … More Should I Attempt YouTube? || The Struggle of Branching Out in Media
I feel like this is an extremely vague thing to ask, but that stems from my difficulty portraying what it is I’m trying to say. To clarify (kind of): books seemingly without a single negative review, no matter how many pages of reviews you tab through on Goodreads. To the point where actually filtering for … More Do Books Without Criticism Make You Skeptical?
Legitimate question! I was wandering the shelves today (the day I’m writing this, not the day I’m posting it) and somehow managed to strike up a conversation with another girl there. (Somehow meaning I very rarely have the gall to talk to other human beings, but managed to do so this time.) The conversation, at … More Do You Read Reviews Before or After the Book?