Hi everyone. So is it just me or did June just go by so fast. I thought it would be much slower but it had other plans. Cant believe we are halway through 2018 already.
How has the month been for you? Mine has been fun and stressful. So many things happened this month,I started my IT which is fun and also a little disappointing. I met up with some friends I haven seen in a while.
A lot of sad stuff happened in my country too. I don’t want this to become a political rant but it hurts when you see your fellow Nigerians dying for no good reason. Their deaths could have been easily avoided but because of the rampant corruption and bad leadership we have lost more lives in recent times. I’m angry, not with the government but with myself because I feel so powerless and I can’t do anything to stop it. A lot of shit has been happening all over the world too and some days I just want to give up on humanity.
Well enough with the doom and gloom. Here are my favourite posts of this month. Enjoy.
Laura @ Whatshotblog talks about an issue that been debated on for a while and she believes its time for book bloggers to get paid and I agree with her. We put so much time and effort into our blogs to promote books we love so I think we should get paid like other bloggers in different niches. Although yes some publishers and authors don’t have the budget for it but what about those that have. The part about lifestyle bloggers being paid to promote a book while book bloggers aren’t paid to promote the same book is just unfair too. So check out the post and see if you agree or disagree.
In a messy world talks about why she wants to be more like Mr Bean and to be honest it really brightened up my day. If you have watched Mr Beans’s movies you will notice that he is carefree and does what he wants regardless of what people might think of him which results in hilarious situations. So here’s to living life, being ourselves , pursuing our passions , being our awkward glorious selves and not giving a damn what people think.
Okay time for some shameless self promo but I interviewed Marija of Inside my library mind book blog and it was so much fun and im proud of the post so check it out guys. Marija is a great blogger. So if you want to know more about Marija and her blog and feast your eyes on some Brooklyn nine-nine Gifs , now is your chance. Go ahead, no need to thank me 😌😌
The favourite posts of the month meme was created by Kristin @ KristinKravesBooks and anyone can participate. Just create your post and link back to her blog post.
Chat time! Have you watched any Mr Bean movie? What are your favourite posts of the month? How has the first half of 2018 been for you? Happy new month in advance everyone. Wishing you all the best in July, Keep slaying. 😘😘
Hey guys! I’m back with another book blogger interview post and todays guest is Marija who blogs at Inside my library mind. I really love reading her posts and she writes some of the best discussion posts in the book blogging community. So I’m really excited about this post.
p.s the bold letters are the questions and some commentary by me 😊 Lets go!
Hello Marija. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
Hey everyone, my name’s Marija, I am a student and blogger and I blog @ Inside My Library Mind. I like coffee (a lot), video games and books obviously.
What’s life like as an international book blogger?
It is what it is. Being an international blogger can be really frustrating, since ARCs aren’t as available, we can’t go to conventions or author events etc. so that can be a bit discouraging at times. I find that a lot of people who aren’t from the US or the UK feel the same way and share the same grievances. International bloggers tend to feel a bit left out at times, so that’s something that I struggle with a bit. Other than that, when it comes to other readers and bloggers, it’s amazing.
May is almost over. This year is going by so fast but I’m excited about starting a new month because ive got so many things planned out for June. So here is my May Wrap up.
Getting ready to go for industrial training. I’m excited but also really nervous. I mean I’m going to a totally new environment to stay with people I have never met before and I’ll most likely meet a lot of new people at the company. I’m excited because I feel I’ll learn a lot. Wish me luck.
Lets get this party started!! p.s: the words written in bold are the questions and some comments by me.
Hi Julianna. Can you tell us a little bit about yourself?
I’m a book blogger who probably talks about food too much! I’m a Chinese American and honestly CHINESE FOOD IS THE BEST. Authentic Chinese food, of course. *stares loathingly at Americanized Chinese Food even though I actually like Americanized Chinese Food*
No. 1: The First Book You Ever Read (Or Was Read To You)
The first book I can remember reading is The Little White Rabbit and Other Stories by Enid Blyton. I read it so many times and it had some illustrations in it. I can still remember the story of the white rabbit who fell into a barrel of tar (I think) and his mom washed him and hung him up to dry. Can’t really remember the other stories but I know there were some about fairies and little kids. The book was a little worn out before I read it because my sisters had read it before me. I have no idea where it is now though. Continue reading “UNFORGETTABLE BOOKISH MEMORIES TAG // BOOKS, HIDDEN BOOKSHOPS AND READING BOOKS OUT OF ORDER”→
I’ve been really getting into graphic novel lately and this one did not disappoint.
The city on the other side is a middle grade fantasy graphic novel about a girl called Isabel who lives in San Francisco with a mother who isn’t interested in her and a father who is too busy with his sculptures. One day during a visit to her father she stumbles upon a fairy on a mission to deliver a magical necklace and is thrust into a war between fairies. With a new friend Benjie and mushroom faerie Button, Isabel must embark on this quest with the fate of the faerie world and the human world on the line.
How have you all been? I ended up taking an involuntary hiatus from my blog due to exams and practical’s. Was so busy I just didn’t have time to blog or blog hop at all. I also read only one book in April😭 😭. Good news is exams are almost over yay 💃💃 and now I’m going to be back on my blog. Thanks to all of you who stuck with me, people were still following me despite the fact that I wasn’t active, I’m touched. So here is a quick wrap-up of March and April.
“Nara, you aren’t gifted. And you aren’t blessed. I truly don’t know what you are”
Fifteen year old Nara has a secret. She has magic, powers beyond anyone’s wildest imaginations but she must keep it secret , at least until the announcement ceremony where the gifted, people with magical powers are revealed. There hasn’t been a gifted in Dimmitt, the little poor town where she lives with her father, in years. When Nara finds out why, she decides to fix it setting off a series of events which forces her, her father and her best friend Mykel to flee from the village and sets her off on a journey filled with danger as she learns more about herself and her powers. Continue reading “BLOG TOUR: LOOKING FOR DEI BOOK REVIEW// MAGIC, RUNES AND THE POWER OF BROKEN PEOPLE + GIVEAWAY”→
Recently I went on a graphic novel/comics binge on Netgalley and got approved for a bunch of them. I found out that graphic novels helped bring me out of reading slump as they are short, easy to read and bursting with great illustrations. I hardly used to read graphic novels before apart from Japanese manga I read occasionally.