The Universes Collide Book Tag

Here is the final tag I'm going to be doing this week. You're probably completely sick of book tags from me, but in my personal opinion, I think this one is the best. This tag was created by Mason in the Dark over on Youtube. I recently discovered his channel due to this tag and … Continue reading The Universes Collide Book Tag

Last 10 Books Book Tag

Hello, and welcome back to my blog! Random news, but I just left the house for the first time in two and a half weeks (I was quarantined while I was sick) and it felt amazing! I'm finally completely better. Anyway, back to the blog. In the last couple weeks, I have been tagged to … Continue reading Last 10 Books Book Tag

Author Taste Test: John Green (unpopular Opinions)

It seems like quite a while since I've done an author taste test, but with me out of school for the summer, I'm hoping to do more of these. This last week, while I was still recovering from the disease which shall not be named (yes, I did have it, turns out), I read three … Continue reading Author Taste Test: John Green (unpopular Opinions)

Why are certain historical eras written about more than others?

This will be another sort of musing post. I'm still sick, though I'm better than last week (geez, this flu hangs on forever). Anyways, for those who don't know, yesterday was the anniversary of the founding of Jamestown in 1607 in Virginia. This last semester in college I took a Colonial American class. I really … Continue reading Why are certain historical eras written about more than others?

World War II Book Tag (Original)

I was sick all last week with a horrible stomach flu, so I was supposed to do another post today, but this is the one you're getting because I wasn't up for creating my other idea. Last Saturday (when I put on the original video for this tag on my Youtube Channel) I found out … Continue reading World War II Book Tag (Original)

Reading Wrap-up April 2021

Last month was a pretty busy one for me with college finals, but not only did all my finals go well, but I was also able to read 12 books. Even better, I had only two one and two star books, and several five star reads, which is rare for me! So, without further ado, … Continue reading Reading Wrap-up April 2021

Is Nonfiction more important than Fiction?

During my first degree in college, I found a lot of my teachers had an eerily similar view of literature, that for some reason nonfiction was so much important to read that fiction. In fact, most of my teachers refused to accept any fictional writing, saying nonfiction was more high brow. At the time, it … Continue reading Is Nonfiction more important than Fiction?