I’ve wanted to do this post for a while and it’s been sitting in my backlogs. I figured blogmas was the perfect time to do this (if nothing else than I’m running out of Christmas themed ideas). And I thought it would be interesting to do this topic because most of the time I’m pretty neutral about it. I have some pros and cons to each format which I’ll outline and I lean towards one (that you will have to read to the end to find out), but most of the time it’s whatever works.
Coming off of my other blogmas posts about buying gifts for writers and bloggers I thought I should do one if you’re shopping for your favorite bookworm! So I dug back into the depths of the internet for some adorable gifts for your favorite reader!
A lot of us have holiday traditions, and as a reader and writer, I have a few book traditions, too. Some of these I’ve rediscovered recently, and some of them I read every year. Each one of these books means something significant to me during the holidays, either in the past or now, and I’m really excited to share them with you!
Whenever I scroll through my Twitter or Pinterest I always get a lot of cute graphics about #BookwormProblems. (Now, I consider myself a Book Dragon, but that is completely beside the point.) Today I’m going to tell you some of my favorite (and relatable) #BookwormProblems.
This book was recommended to me by a good friend and I was initially really interested. I loved Melissa de la Cruz’s Disney Descendants books and I was really hopeful to like this series, too, because I LOVE vampires. I was really disappointed when it didn’t become my new favorite series.
I think Braswell did a wonderful job of keeping true to Belle’s character while also making her fit into the new story she created.
This YA Paranormal series pulled me in and didn’t let go. Hunter has a way of making me get just frustrated enough with the characters keeping their realness as teenagers, while also giving them incredible agency over the problems in their lives.