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How many of my “Books I NEED to read in 2020” did I actually read?

About two months ago, I posted a list of The Books I NEED to Read in 2020. Now I bring you my follow up post, how many of those books did I actually read? So I am going to go through the list from the first post and explain whether or not I actually read… Continue reading How many of my “Books I NEED to read in 2020” did I actually read?

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How to Grow on Bookstagram

So you want to start a bookstagram? Well first of all, what is bookstagram? Bookstagram is just an Instagram account where you post about and talk about books. Mine is just over there to the right if you need an example. Or you can search on instagram for "#bookstagram" and you will find tons of… Continue reading How to Grow on Bookstagram

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How I choose what books to read

"Don't judge a book by its cover." This age old saying holds a lesson within a metaphor, but taken literally it is the book lovers' worst pitfall. Let's admit it. We all judge books by their covers. Why do you think publishers spend so much time designing, editting, and revising them? But, of course, the… Continue reading How I choose what books to read

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How to Read AMAP (as much as possible) during a readathon

With the Reading Rush right around the corner, many of us (including me) are preparing for a week of nonstop reading. Whether you are planning on reading 7 books or just one, it is vital to take advantage of all the advice you can get on how to read more to reach your goals. In… Continue reading How to Read AMAP (as much as possible) during a readathon

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Reading Slumps: what they are and how to escape them

All readers know the feeling. When reading just feels like a chore, when no book seems interesting, when all you want to do is watch Netflix. A reading slump is a fairly common phenomenon among readers when, for whatever reason, you just cannot bring yourself to read. I have suffered through many such slumps, and… Continue reading Reading Slumps: what they are and how to escape them