Do you constantly find yourself wasting time choosing what to read next instead of actually reading? Does your TBR shelf make you dizzy? Too many books on your bookshelf, too many ARCs and new releases to catch up with???? Here’s my solution : BE PICKY! Reading requires some amount of time commitment. As much as… Continue reading Why You Should Be A Picky Reader (and How)
This is a challenge hosted by Alexa@ AlexaLovesBooks and Rachel@Hello,Chelly. The challenge is to read as much fantasy books as you can throughout the year. There’ll be some giveaways and you can earn a point by reading some books listed on the above links. For more information, please check one of the above… Continue reading 2017 Reading Challenges & Goals
With literally three days left for the start of NaNoWriMo 2016, you might think it’s too late for prep. But the resources I’m listing here are ones that can help you during the writing month- whether you’re stuck, need inspiration or simply need something to make the process easier for you. In fact, you can very well use most of these things for any type of writing endeavor, not just NaNoWriMo.
Although this is my first time doing NaNoWriMo, I’ve actually attempted to write many novels before this (Keyword: attempted). The story idea I have now though is one I’m most serious about and that’s why I’m more motivated than ever to write 50,000 words this November. I have done most of the outlining, but I still have a lot more to plan. I have only 7 days for prepping and I’m officially freaking out but still kinda excited.
Do any of these reading positions look familiar? Reading can be a real pain sometimes. Literally. Have you guys heard of the Book Pain Syndrome? Yep, I bet you have…and have you guys been able to find a solution for it? Because lord knows I haven’t. I have been recycling a bunch of reading… Continue reading Bookish Items You Didn’t Know You Needed