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What Makes YOU (AKA me) “ship” a Couple?

Hey guys, how has the month of Love been treating you? If you are like me a hopeless single girl with lots of fictional relationships (that even sound a little creepy to me but I'm going with it anyway) you'll join me in this fun and rambling discussion quite apropos with this month theme... What… Continue reading What Makes YOU (AKA me) “ship” a Couple?

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Taking Down Misconceptions About the Romance Genre

Hello fellow Bookworms, with Valentine's Day right around the corner what better discussion could I give you than talking about the Romance Genre... As I'm sure many of you guys are aware, I'm a staunch defender of the Romance genre... and if you didn't know this about me now you do... That's exactly what I mean to do with this discussion post... Talk about some of the popular (though they shouldn't be) misconceptions that People hold against Romance... I know everyone is entitled to their own opinion, and… Continue reading Taking Down Misconceptions About the Romance Genre

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Overwhelmed by Bookish Choices

Hey guys! I'm back with another self-reflecting kind of discussion post... you know how it is an on going joke how a woman can't have enough shoes ... and regardless of how many we may have we can't ever find what to wear? The same goes for books and bookworms, there's no such thing as… Continue reading Overwhelmed by Bookish Choices

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Blogging or Vlogging?

When another year passes and you are still doing something you love (even if it surprises you) and you are pretty much satisfied with how evething is going, there's always that nagging part of our brains that keeps telling us that maybe we should do this differently or add some flare... here and there... You… Continue reading Blogging or Vlogging?

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Whatever Happened to New Adult?

Hey Guys, This is a question that's been bugging me for a while... I'm not saying that New Adult as a category is dead or anything but lately I have seen how it has become less and less popular in some respects... Back in 2009 when it became a thing... New Adult books were everywhere, it was pretty popular... love them or hate them many of us read Colleen Hoover, Jamie Mcguire, Simone Eskeles (books that today many people find "problematic and such but that's another discussion all together). However, It now seems… Continue reading Whatever Happened to New Adult?