The Love-a-Thon is an event dedicated to spreading positivity and love. It’s time dedicated to visiting other bloggers/Instagrammers/BookTubers, leaving a comment or two, making new friends and fostering positivity among the members of our amazing community. As in the previous years, the event will include mini challenges, Twitter chats and giveaways galore!
*posts love-a-thon recap three days later than intended because xan loves to procrastinate* HELLO ALL. love-a-thon this past weekend was so much fun! (if you missed the last two posts, you can find them here and here!) i was only able to participate in one twitter chat and two challenges, and not go blog hopping/commenting at all, unfortunately… BUT i was busy interacting with everyone on the ~bookstagrams~ since i was one of the ambassadors. i’ve recently been feeling a strange bookish photography slump and the love-a-thon prompts helped me squeeze out some creative juices. here’s what i shared this weekend (and didn’t get to share, but will throughout the week!)
i could go all night // a book that kept you up past your bedtime
once upon a time // favorite fairy tale retelling
cover love // a book with a cover you love or that made you fall in love with the cover
lunch read // a book that gave you the munchies
recommendation // a standalone book that you’d recommend to readers
deserted island // three books you’d take with you to a deserted island
where in the world // show us a book with a place you’d like to visit
fandoms rule // what’s your favorite fandom?
what’s your favorite color?
let me take a shelfie
series recommendation // a series you’d recommend to readers
these photos were super fun to take, albeit time-consuming. (it took me 1.5 to 2 hours to take these!!) my favorite is probably the shelfie because i actually took a polaroid of myself using self-timer mode on my instax mini 90! this blurry scanned version really doesn’t do the picture justice. buuuuuut that’s also what i like about instaxes/polaroids; you need to see it in real life to fully appreciate its value.