So I’ve been in the traveling mood lately, so I’m definitely not going to pass up that mood to just not write a post about it. But more specifically, I’ve been in the mood of packing suitcases for traveling. So I thought: What IF I could literally only be able to pack books in my… Continue reading Bookish Book Times: [Travel Themed] What Would I Pack if I could Only Pack BOOKS?
Most of us read books nowadays, and that’s just how it’s becoming. Books are slowly coming back as a popular demand for people and I love that. Books are something that all people should have the privilege of reading a book, and more so in the future, because I know that in the future books… Continue reading Bookish Book Times: Reading and Writing, Are Absolutely Different.
After binge-watching the old TV show Jane by Design, I think that I’m definitely ready to sit down and do something that is not completely related to anything TV. I was recently reading a book from the library called The Seventh Son. I’m sure many people have heard of the book, mostly because it’s hyped and… Continue reading Bookish Book Times: Over Hyped Books?
See, the thing is that being an author has been one of my many many, and many dreams. But really, some of us dreamers never actually plan out these so-called dreams. Not much people start writing the novels that they want to publish when they are older at a young age. So what a fun… Continue reading Bookish Book Times: If My Profession Was an Author, How Would I go About?
Dear Authors, I’ve been reading books for quite some time now, in fact- I’ve been reading books for most of my lifetime. And upon my time of being able to read books, I’ve realized one small, yet I large fact. Where are your sequels? I know that you’ve managed to write and publish these sequels… Continue reading Dear Authors, I Cannot Find the Sequels.
It’s here, WOOHOO! As you might already be able to tell, I have been loving these discussions, it’s so fun to be able to write them as well as to be able to hear your responses. Some book characters are stereotypical. And I say all this with as much honesty and truth they I can… Continue reading Bookish Book Times Discussion: Book Stereotypes?
So I’ve done a good number of posts about movie reviews, and I’ve watched a good amount of movies, as well as reading books. And by now, I think that I have enough knowledge on both topics to be able to fairly choose which one I prefer more. And I say this because, you can… Continue reading Books Vs. Movies