Hey, y'all! It's been a minute, and school has been eating me alive. I decided to take two eight week courses which made the first eight weeks of the semester the busiest weeks ever. Throughout this time, my reading was basically nonexistent. I was pushing about one book a month, if that. Let's just say … Continue reading How Audiobooks Changed My Reading
I love watching TV. Next to reading, it's one of my favorite pastimes. Sometimes, I think I binge television shows more than I read. But, as much as I love it, I have a reoccurring habit that I can't seem to drop: I can't finish TV shows. I know it sounds crazy. The point of … Continue reading On My Fear of Finishing TV Shows
Hey, y'all! Today's post is one that I've been wanting to make for some time. I wanted to address this because it's been a reoccurring theme in my life in the last year or so and I think it's important to tackle it head-on. When I was 14 years old, I started a Bookstgram (and … Continue reading Stop Telling Me I Won’t Have Time To Read
Hey, y’all! Happy June. This past weekend I was in New York City for BookCon! It was my first time in NYC and my first time at BookCon. I had a really great time at the convention and in New York in general. I wanted to share some of my experience during this weekend getaway… Continue reading My Experience at BookCon 2019 + My Weekend Trip to NYC
"You're majoring in English? So, you want to teach?" is the main follow-up question I get asked when people find out my major; from both other students and strangers. It's automatically assumed that the only reason I'd major in English is to become a teacher. English teachers are awesome and I'm immensely grateful for the … Continue reading So…You’re An English Major?
My senior year of high school has allowed me to branch out more with my reading taste (thanks to my AP English Literature class). Since I'm graduating high school in just under a month, I know that there are novels I have to read before college. Especially since I will be studying English. My reading taste … Continue reading On Change In Reading Taste