found here 1. You have 20,000 books in your TBR, how in the world do you decide what to read next? Start with a book that I really want to read. It fits everything I enjoy in a book or close enough. 2. You’re halfway through a book and you’re just not loving it. Do… Continue reading Reader Problems Book Tag
Must Answer Questions Without looking Up Anything (Internet, on shelf or asking someone). 1. Name a book written by an author called Michael. I.... Read a book to review here with the name Michael Myerhoffer. Don't qoute me on the name especially not the last name. Book had dragon in the title. 2. Name a… Continue reading THE BOOK BLOGGER MEMORY CHALLENGE TAG
Like I answered in a post Questions: How Do You Blog Every Day I schedule posts. I do read a lot but not enough during a week to write lengthy book reviews that I post. I wouldn't have enough time in the week to do anything else! What a dream it would be to have the… Continue reading #SundayQuestions: Are You Reading THIS MUCH to have a review almost everyday?
ecassells Do you mean a physical bookshelf? I only have a bookshelf to hold the elementary leveled books I've purchased from Goodwill. These books will eventually live inside a classroom at an elementary that I've been hired at. Sadly, that hasn't happened yet but I pray it will. But my books that I read are… Continue reading #SundayQuestions: What Book Has Been On Your Shelves the Longest?
SarahRichterArt Hmm. I don't know how to answer this. I'm more of that side character who gets little screen time and the other characters are confused as to why I'm there. Is this a self-esteem issue? Why yes it is. This is an updated version of this post. via Blogger https://ift.tt/2LK4yGJ
Alexas_Fotos Prefer indoor curled up in bed or partially cuddling the boyfriend. He's usually playing video games or something not book-related as he doesn't read. I know it's hard to think of but I am with someone who doesn't like reading. But he doesn't mind if I read parts of a book to him or… Continue reading #SundayQuestions: Outdoor or Indoor Reading?
A Fault in Our Stars by John Green. I don't dislike this story because it was predictable what was going to happen. I've stated before I don't mind it if I solve the 'twists' before they're revealed. As long as I'm enjoying the book and fully engaged with the story/characters .. it doesn't bother me.… Continue reading #SundayQuestions: What book did everyone like but you hated?