Week two of my discussion posts, presents a very long debate that is somewhat pointless, because no one ever seems to change their position on this! Haha. Anyway, I have seen a ton of reasons for liking one over the other, and would love to hear your opinion! Let’s talk about e-books v.s. traditional books!
Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly meme created by Lainey @ GingerReadSlainey on YouTube. You can view her Goodreads group to hop on this bandwagon. We all know the saying, don’t judge a book by its cover. Well, this week’s theme is disappointing eye candy – also known as, why that saying is sometimes correct.
5. The Host by Stephanie Meyer.
I actually DNF’d this. Yes, me DNFing a book! Shame on me. I was around 11 when I read this, so maybe I’ll like this now? Let me know what you think in the comments!
*goggles at pretty awards* Two awards? Oh, no, I simply couldn’t….well, if you insist. :p I was tagged for these awards by the awesome Kimsiang @ The Spines Breaker. Thank you! ❤
The Infinity Dreams Award Rules:
- Thank and follow the blog that nominated you.
- Tell us 11 facts about yourself.
- Answer the questions that were set for you to answer.
- Nominate 11 bloggers and set 11 questions for them.
Another week and another tag! I was tagged for this one by the lovely Anette @ Anette Reads. Thanks so much! Go check out her blog! *rubs hands together* This one looks like so much fun!
Opening Credits | Favorite Childhood Book?
Pippi Longstocking by Astrid Lindgren. Haha, yes! When I think of my childhood reading the first book that comes to mind is this one. Well, along with the entire Junie B. Jones series, but since that’s an entire series, I’m just going to stick with Pippi.
Waking Up | A Book That Got You Out of A Reading Slump?
The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. I was in a reading slump for…gee, what was it? 3 years, I think? Haha. When I was about 9, I lost interest in reading. Books were boring and a waste of time! Then, when I was about 12 this little book called The Hunger Games sparked my interest in reading, and a lovely genre called Young Adult.
It’s about time I’ve written a discussion post! I’ve been meaning to get to this for a while now, but never did. Being in the worst reading slump I’ve been in since last summer, what better time to start a discussion feature? I hope to write a discussion post every Friday, or at least once a week. Without further ado, let’s talk about love triangles!
What Is A Love Triangle?
“A love triangle (also called a romantic love triangle or a romance triangle) is usually a romantic relationship involving three people. While it can refer to two people independently romantically linked with a third, it usually implies that each of the three people has some kind of relationship to the other two.” – Wikipedia.
AHHHHHHH!!!!!!!! 100 FOLLOWERS!? Are my eyes deceiving me or have a hundred people actually clicked that little follow button??? No, that can’t be right, I barely started this blog two months ago and a hundred amazing people actually enjoy my silly rambles and fangirling!? You guys don’t know how much that means to me!
Thank you all so so so much! I can’t express how much I love each and every one of you! Every time you guys leave a comment it makes my day. I honestly thought it’d take me two years to reach a hundred followers, not two months! I was always thinking, how will anyone even find this blog, eh? Well, it turns out that 95% of my followers are other bloggers! The blogging community is absolutely wonderful and I love discovering new blogs!
I’d like to give a special shout out to my 100th follower, Samer @ Book Bubble Bee, and my very first follower (who also nudged me into WordPress) Aubrey Joy @ Pointe Taken.
I am still in absolute shock, and can’t thank you guys enough! I love you all! ❤
Holy cow, I’m drowning in all these tags! I’m in an absolute reading slump (hence, the lack of reviews), and haven’t felt like doing a tag until I finished at least one book…which I finally did. Anyway, this is a relatively simple tag – you choose a few countries and name your favorite book that takes place in that country. This tag was created by Becca @ Becca and Books and I was tagged by Lois @ My Midnight Musing (yes, I stole the “let’s travel” image. It’s so pretty, I couldn’t resist!). Thanks, girl! 😀
Mwhuahaha, I knew I’d somehow be able to include The Book Thief by Markus Zusak in this tag! I know I sound like a broken record, but I’ve never loved a book so much in all my life.
Of course, I picked Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling. A handful of my favorite books are set in England, but it’s a no brainer that Harry Potter is my favorite.
I love Inside Out. I will admit, I began losing a little faith in Pixar after the nightmare that was Planes, but this movie showed me that they can still make fantastic movies. I was tagged for this by Reg @ She Latitude. Check out her blog!
A Book That Brings You Joy:
The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams. There literally isn’t a funnier book in the entire universe! XD
“The ships hung in the sky in much the same way that bricks don’t.”
A Book That Brings You Sadness:
A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness. How could I not pick this book? To put it bluntly, my heart was viciously ripped out and then stomped on. I have never cried more while reading anything in all my life.
A Book That Brings You Fear:
Unwind by Neal Shuterman. This. Book. Is. Horrifying. It’s not that the book is gruesome (except for one scene), but the mere concept of the book is incredibly disturbing. Outstanding book, but definitely not for the faint of heart.