So the end of the year is fast approaching and we bookworms are beginning to panic over our unread ARCs, lagging behind on our TBRs, or over the dozen of notifications saying we’ve been tagged in yet another book Christmas tree. With December here I’ve been thinking about how my reading habits have changed since … Continue reading LEARNING TO READ LESS AND WHY IT MATTERS
We all know a baby bookworm in our life. Whether they discovered books through you or some miracle, their hunger for books both intimidates and leaves you in awe. Besides, they can read books upside down and let's not forget their ability to turn a fairy tale into a philosophical tale. But what else is … Continue reading [Belle’s Bookish Tales] FIVE REASONS TO BE THANKFUL FOR BABY BOOKWORMS
Woop, woop, the second week of August is upon us! Honestly though, this heat is ridiculous! How am I supposed to get any writing done with sweat pooling in my eyes!? It's like both heat and thesis are in a competition to see which will exhaust me first. Ironically, besides reading, writing is my only … Continue reading Cam Interacts || It’s A Writer’s Life For Me!
Since I began this blog I've be bingeing on contemporary fantasy, mystery and thriller, and young adult books. With reviews to catch up on and finding the awesomeness of indie books, I had begun to slowly drift away from the classics genre. So like the hopeless romantic that I am, I decided to crawl back … Continue reading Cam’s Bookish Tales || RETURNING TO THE CLASSICS
Unlike most bookworms who discovered their love for books at an early age, I was an exception. As I child brimming with a wild imagination, I preferred the outdoors rather than being cooped up inside my home. I preferred getting my knees skinned than heartbroken over a book; I preferred enjoyment with my friends than with … Continue reading A Millenial’s Childhood Shelf: Maea’s Thoughts