It’s a weird thing to think about – but because I’ve been so completely absorbed in my studying and academics over the past few years (with the time I haven’t been studying spent with family, friends and living new experiences etc.) – that it has meant that my reading has mainly been left for the holidays and summer months, and so consequently, long periods have passed by where I haven’t been reading any books for pleasure. This has often resulted in me coming back to reading only to find that the books I had previously been reading/eyeing – I’m no longer interested in.Continue reading “Changing My Reading to Fit Who I am Now…”
Should You Transition to Reading On a Kindle?
Hello everyone, and welcome back to my blog. Today’s post is on a topic that I’ve always wanted to discuss. Upon being gifted a Kindle by my parents 7 years ago, I have read a huge majority of books on my Kindle, reading ebooks. At this point, I have around 350 books on my Kindle, and excluding the few that were purchased for my siblings, I have read most of them. My family also has an Amazon Fire, which I also used to read many books on OverDrive, and have been doing so for many years. I want to discuss whether it is worth transitioning your reading to ebooks (on a Kindle or Amazon Fire… but ideally a Kindle as being an eReader, the screen is kinder to the eyes), and the pros and cons that come with it.Continue reading “Should You Transition to Reading On a Kindle?”
Should Books Have Content Ratings? | Let’s Talk Bookish #9
Hello everyone and welcome back to another Let’s Talk Bookish – the weekly bookish meme every Friday hosted by the lovely Rukky @ Eternity Reads and Dani @ Literary Lion. I’m one day late for this post – oops! But this week’s topic is so interesting and I have so much to say on it that I decided to go ahead and post it anyway 🙂 I’ve actually done a post on content warnings previously, which you can see here.Continue reading “Should Books Have Content Ratings? | Let’s Talk Bookish #9”