For some reason nobody has been talking about this very crucial topic in the bookish community, so guess who took the charge?
That’s right, me! Today we’re going to talk about book reviews, you know those long-ass strings of words that us bookworms pour their heart and soul into?
Reading a book is easy but reviewing it is not.
Not only does composing a good book review take long hours but sometimes you accidentally ruin the book for yourself bh over analyzing every single word. Which is why I respect all the book bloggers out there internally screaming as they churn out reviews day after day, you guys deserve a medal. But at the same time, I get really annoyed by blogs that are solely based on book reviews and have no other content whatsoever.
Let’s just say that I officially declare Becky Albertalli as my queen.
I love her book ‘Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda’ to death and can’t wait to see Love, Simon! I was hesistant in picking up ‘The Upside of Unrequited’ because I had great expectations from it passed my expectations with flying colors!
At this point I’m willing to read Becky’s grocery list too.
Ahm, onto what you all are here for, here’s my full review of this wonderful book- ‘The Upside of Unrequited’ by Becky Albertalli 🙂
Ask any bookworm what their haven is, the answer will always be curling up in their comfy bed with an unending supply of books, food and coffee/tea.
See, we’re such simple creatures.
But have you ever wondered why we like to stay holed up in our bedrooms instead of venturing outside with our books? Because reading in public is a complicated process that may involve inevitable death due to embarrassment. And apparently I do have a death wish because you can frequently(read: always) find me reading in public.
And so I decided to make a list of pros and cons of reading books in public because I’m obsessed with lists and have a severe need to analyse everything. But this can be very useful for you, so keep reading on!
It’s a new year, new month, new week and a new blog post!
As we welcome 2018 most of us have already taken up the impossible task of New Year Resolutions. Quite a lot of people decide to start the year afresh with insane goals like going to gym, eating healthy, giving up pizza-wait, who made that?