On Tuesday, I spread a lot of passion and positivity by talking about my love for monsters (which you can read if you clickity-click *wink*). Today, I want to have an informative (I hope) and slightly passive-aggressive talk about something a little less positive. I want to talk about why I’m not going to follow your blog.
We can’t be followed by every single blogger in the world and not everyone is going to be mutual with us. There are a lot of reasons why someone else won’t follow a blog, but these are my main five reasons. And no, I am not pointing fingers because I am not that kind of girl.
If you haven’t already guessed by now, I really love monsters. I love monsters so much that I named this book after a monster blog that I haven’t even read. Yet. I’m planning on getting to it soon! I have a box set of the entire Monstrumologist series so I have no excuse.
The prompt or this week’s Top 10 Tuesday is “reasons why I love”, and originally I’d planned to talk about something else, but I decided to do a sort of intro to why my blog is themed the way that it is, and talk about my love of monsters. And this is a love so huge that I’ve studied monsters three times and hope to be an author who writes about monsters.
I’m linking up to Top 10 Tuesday today! Be sure to swing by That Artsy Reader Girl if you want to join in!
I feel like right now, we need comforting things more than ever. We all have different definitions of what’s comforting, though. Some people like to listen to calm music to chill out, while I like to listen to things that are very likely to give me a headache. The same goes for comforting books.
My way of looking at “comfort reads” are both my absolute favourite books ever (which could be of any genre) and books that make me feel all warm and fuzzy on the inside like I just got a big hug. I should probably get rolling with this post before my rambling stops making sense! 😅
I was inspired to make this post after reading posts about comfort reads by May and Ilsa! Be sure to check out their posts and give them some love 💖
Hi friends! 👋🏻
This is just a quick wee post to let you all know that I’m joining the 2020 Discussion Challenge hosted by Nicole @ Feed Your Fiction Addiction and Shannon @ It Starts at Midnight! Yes, I know we’re almost halfway through the year but I started up this shiny new blog in April so better late than never.
I personally love discussion posts more than any other kind of blog post (yes, even lists) because it gives me the chance to spill every single thought in my brain into a post and then try to make sense of it. And also because I get to hear what other people think!
The vast majority of my blog posts could count as discussion posts so I will be aiming for the “Chatty Kathy” level. That may seem ambitious for a first-timer to this challenge, but I don’t write reviews and I don’t do promo posts so I’ll always have time for discussions in my schedule.
The latest news to sweep the book world (at least I think, I’m probably a little behind) is that Stephenie Meyer announced that she is finally releasing Midnight Sun, which tells the story of the original Twilight book from Edward’s point of view and was leaked partially online in 2008. I have currently seen two different reactions to this book being announced: excitement (which is valid) and people saying that it’s the same book once again.
I’m not sure where I stand on this book so I decided to have a ramble about it. Is this post a mess? Probably!