THE MYSTERY OF THE THREE STARS, SOLVED! (or what I mean when I rate a book three stars)

I don't like quantifying my reviews. If you've noticed, you see that I don't have a rating system for my book reviews! I prefer writing a short analysis or discussion about the book, and that's it! Anyway, when I rate books I take into account not only whether I enjoyed the book or not, but … Continue reading THE MYSTERY OF THE THREE STARS, SOLVED! (or what I mean when I rate a book three stars)

[Cam’s Bookish Tales] THE DIVERSITY BLANKET: When Representation In Books Become Problematic

Lately, I've noticed the sudden burst of diverse books being published. It's such an exciting time to read about characters who are just like me in one way or another. When I was young, I don't think I ever had such an advantage to my writing, and now that I have I've been devouring one … Continue reading [Cam’s Bookish Tales] THE DIVERSITY BLANKET: When Representation In Books Become Problematic

[Cam’s Bookish Tales] READING ACHIEVEMENTS TO BE PROUD OF (NO, NOT YOUR GOODREADS CHALLENGE)

Let's talk about reading achievements that isn't a Goodreads challenge or a Readathon. There's nothing particularly wrong with either but, truth be told, not of all of us have the time to invest in exhaustive challenges. So when the end of the year comes cruising down the corner, we're suddenly beating ourselves up over not … Continue reading [Cam’s Bookish Tales] READING ACHIEVEMENTS TO BE PROUD OF (NO, NOT YOUR GOODREADS CHALLENGE)

[Cam’s Bookish Tales] Introducing My Literary Doppelgangers

I'm always imagining myself as character from a book. Whether it's sipping tea and scandalizing men in the Victorian era or riding unicorns into war, you bet my mind is always whirring with fantastical events. Every so often we come across fictional characters who makes us wonder if the author happened to stalk us and … Continue reading [Cam’s Bookish Tales] Introducing My Literary Doppelgangers