when i first began this blog, i was an AVID YA READER with all my heart. i went through the phases. dystopian and its big hits like the hunger games, divergent, the selection; contemporaries like anna and the fresh kiss,
for the past few months (year??), audiobooks have changed my reading game. it’s insane because i feel like i’m reading less (which is true; i haven’t finished a physical book in forever), but i’m technically still reading because i’ve been
hi, i’m madeline, and i’m a self-confessed hype-er. specifically, i’m talking about book hype. i’ll admit, i’m a sucker for hype, and i always succumb to the excitement of new books, especially ones that people scream about in rave reviews.
one of my greatest fears in life is becoming a two-dimensional or superficial/shallow person, or simply a person that lacks depth. but recently i’ve been thinking – what does being shallow really mean? how do you define depth? are these
when the phrase “well-loved books” is used, we generally think of our tattered paperbacks or copies that are falling to SHAMBLES. i suppose the interpretation fits because it implies that you’ve read the book over and over and over again,
i’ve thought, drafted, and never published posts about this topic for months now. i’ve consulted my number one source for help (google) too many times to count, regarding money making and blogging and how that relates in the book community.
negative reviews always get bad rep. scratch that, negative ANYTHING always get bad rep. people (me) usually feel bad for posting negative reviews and sometimes would rather not post the review at all. in some blog tours, negative reviews aren’t