Showing posts with label Discussions. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Discussions. Show all posts

Monday, June 27, 2022

#Discussion about Shifting by @WiggB: Tell us about the books you WISH existed.

This week we are talking about books you wish existed.  For me its one book that I wish was real and that is a follow up to a book by Bethany Wiggins called Shifting! 

Sunday, June 26, 2022

Ratings: When to tag authors!

Ratings are so important.  And when to tag authors is also something that I guess a lot of people don't know.  Please do not tag authors in reviews that are below 4 stars.  I guess 3 stars isn't something they would like to see as it usually means that although you didn't outright hate it.  You didn't really enjoy it.  

Saturday, June 25, 2022

#Discussions: Recommend Me A Book!

Today discussion is to recommend me a book and I will read it and review it!! It can be anything. If it is something I have already read I will toss up my review.  If not then I will read and review it.  So comment below with a title!! The winning title will win a mystery item! 

Friday, June 24, 2022

#Discussions: #Booktube vs. #Instagramstories

It seems that the world of book tube might be on its way out. And Instagram stories might be on their way in! I know for us we haven't posted a new video to our channel in a little while.  All due to the fact that they no longer allow us to upload via mobile.  So you pretty much have to have a computer.  Over the years the use of youtube has been an issue for both small channels and larger ones.  

So this weeks discussion is do you think instagram will take over for youtube?  

Thursday, June 23, 2022

#BookDiscussion: Bookish Items that Everyone Reader Needs!

This week were talking about bookish items that every reader needs!  So here are a few things that I could not live without make sure to check them out below! Here are 6 items that every bookish reader needs!! From the smallest to the largest!! What is your favorite item?

Saturday, June 18, 2022

#Discussion: Just Keep Swimming

Todays discussion is about how do you keep going when everything around you is trying to make you fail? The last few years have been horrible for us and it seems this year is going to be the worse one yet.  We've had to get another car, fix both vehicles, had hours cut, and now we're having issues with the house we live in. It just seems that it's one thing after another.  

Friday, June 17, 2022

#Discussions: The role of boys in YA. DISCUSS. (Is it okay that they’re idealised heart throbs??)

So romance is never as good in real life as it is in books and we all know why.  Because the best boys are written by women.  So sad that we can't find these boys IRL though.  So how important are these sexy boys and do they set the bar so high that we will never find real love?

Monday, April 29, 2019

#BookDiscussion: When are fandoms too much? #MentalHealth

This week were talking about one thing that I have experiences via someone that used to be a friend.  She was in her 30's and when Dean from Supernatural went to Hell in I think was seasons 3.  She called off of work for a week because she just couldn't function because he was gone.  This week some woman watching Endgame had to be taken to the hospital because she couldn't stop crying during the movie.  So this weeks question is when is it time to seek help for when your fandoms become too much. 

Monday, April 22, 2019

#BookDiscussion: Writing Books from Other Cultures

This week we're talking about if authors should write books from cultures not their own.  For me I think if the author does their homework I don't see why the author shouldn't be able to do so.  I mean if you take all those fantasy books out they're authors draw on other cultures for those.  So I don't see why this would be any different.  

Sunday, April 14, 2019

#BookDiscussion: When to Review an ARC (Advance Reading Copy)

This week were talking about when is it right to review an ARC or Advanced Reading Copy.  If you are a reviewer and you sign up for an early copy of the book there are times to review it and have that review or post going live. 

Monday, April 08, 2019

#BookDiscussion: How do you choose books?

Welcome back to these featured posts.  Today's discussion post is about How Do I Choose Books?  This is actually a very simple answer but I am going to break it down for you.  So how do I choose books?  Join me on this small list of reasons why I choose a book to read.  

Thursday, February 21, 2019

#BookDiscussion: Canceled Series

This week were talking about Canceled Series.  There have been a few seires that I have loved that have gotten canceled so now I am left on a cliffhanger that will never end.  So today I ask the question.  Do you think publishers should buy a series as a whole and even if it doesn't hit the best sellers list etc that all of the books should be published?  

Thursday, February 14, 2019

#BookDiscussion: Beastiality in Young Adult Titles a discussion

This weeks post for Thursday is about a topic that I think needs to be talked about.  So over the past two weeks I posted a few things about a book called Damsel.  You can check out my review here
Please note that below will be spoilers for this title.  

Friday, August 31, 2018

15 Amazing Dystopian Novels!

15 Amazing Dystopian Novels! 

Hello readers I decided to create a really great list of dystopian novels!  These are ones that I have personally read and loved so you know they won’t do you wrong. 

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Is the Summer Reading List Dead?

You know the drill! You get ready to leave school for the summer and your teacher gives you this long list of books to read over the summer. Or maybe you are like my daughter when she was in 5th and 6th grade and the school just gives you a title to complete?  

Or even so if you are getting to the higher grades the summer reading list be it one book or more has died and doesn’t exist.   I was really surprised when we went to grab my daughter’s report card and her summer reading book to find out that there wasn’t one. That has gone on since the summer after 7th grade. 

Sunday, August 19, 2018

Does Classic literature still have a place in today's classrooms?

Hello readers I decided to write this post after learning what books my oldest daughter who just started 9th grade would be reading for school and I have to say that I was really surprised. 

Instead of reading some of the most amazing young adult titles out there they will be reading Romeo and Juliet, The Odyssey, To Kill A Mockingbird, and Of Mice and Men.