I hope your Wednesday is going well.
Well here is something to read to make it a bit more interesting for you all:
Even though I am yet to read or watch The Handmaid’s Tale (I’m old school and waiting for the DVD to come out to watch it), I really want to read some of the books on this list from Penguin Teen Australia.
I have already read Matched by Allie Condie and loved it. The Fifth Wave by Rick Yancey was amazing and the movie wasn’t too bad either.
Let me know what you think.
“Looking for Alibrandi’ is kind of a big deal Young Adult book we have either read, watched on DVD or want to read.
But do you know everything about the famous book – check out this article from Buzzfeed that talks about the infamous book:
So what do you think?
Let me know.
I have a new and interesting article I want to share with you all on his fine Wednesday. It’s all about using all of those unused notebooks we all buy, collect and hoard, never to be used.
So here are a few new ideas you could try out:
I do some of these mentioned ideas, such as morning pages and I love it.
Do you do any of these with your note books?
Well it is definitely not summer her is Oz, but this article written by Farrah Penn on Buzzfeed is still a great bookish article.
I have already read these books on the list:
- The Upside of Unrequited by Becky Albertail
- Once and For All by Sarah Dessen
- Geekerella by Ashley Poston
There are a few other books on this list I would really love to read, so if you would love to send me one that would be bloody great. Lol. Jokes. I wish. But I can’t wait to get my hands on some of these books.
Have you read any of these books or plan to read any of these books?
Epic Reads has come up with a list of great Young Adult books that will make you never put them down within the first twenty pages. We all love books, but don’t want to waste our time reading books that we just can’t connect with.
So here are 20 of them that will not let you put them down until you have finished them:
I have only read 1 of the books on this list. I have seen most and heard about most of them though and I have now put a few of them on my TBR pile.
Have you read any of these books?
Is there any book out there you would recommend for someone that won’t disappoint them?
The great people at Popsugar have put together a great list of new books coming out this month. Although they are not strictly all Young Adult books, doesn’t mean you can’t have a look at the list.
Here is the link:
Some of these books look really great and interesting. There is even a new ‘Outlander’ book coming out from Diana Galbaldon on the list.
What do you think about some of these new books coming out?
This article wasn’t written by me, it was written by Chuck Wendig but I really wanted to share it with all of you because most of you are writers, want to be writers or know writers. So I thought I would share this blog post with all of you to read, learn and enjoy:
He has some pretty great points doesn’t he? He is spot on about a few other things too.
What did you think about the article? Do you agree with anything he has to say?
So once again Penguin Teen has come up with a fantastic list of books to get your days hot and steamy with a list of 15 romance books to enjoy.
I love this list, except for the fact that it has added a couple more books to my tbr pile.
Have you read any of these books? Have you heard of any of these books?
I have heard of a few of these books but I haven’t seen many of them at the shops, which I hope gets rectified, because I want to buy some of these books.
Do you like romance books?
You know how everyone keeps saying that books are dead, that the written word isn’t going to exist in so many years. Well I’ve got something to say to all of you naysayers – go read this and tell me if the art of writing is dying.
If you are like me and absolute love books, libraries and all bookshops around the world even though you always go to your favourite local book shop and hate it when you hear people say that bookshops are a dying breed, well take a few moments and read this interesting article that I found published by the ABC and was written by Alex McClintock.
Look at how some of the societies around the world are keeping books and words in business. How inspiring. I wish there were some cool libraries in Australia that I could visit.
Books aren’t a dying breed.
You know how I try and bring you guys all the latest and coolest things and information about books, well this week I am bringing you a list of 15 things each and every single one of us have done at some point in our booknerd life.
Check this out:
If you look through this list and don’t see anything you have done – What Have You Been Doing!?!
I have done pretty much every single thing listed on this list. I mean how can you not really?
Have you partaken in any of this booknerd mannerisms before?
So it’s been a long few weeks, so I thought I would share with you all a great Buzzfeed article I found about booknerds and jokes:
I’m going to be honest with you and tell you that most of these jokes went straight over my head, but I’m not that versed in many classic books. I hope you have a better go at understanding these jokes.
I have, over time, shared a few different links from different websites that have shown you cool and exciting and different ways to display your books at home. Well here is another one and no it is not from Buzzfeed, but instead from BookBub Blog.
Here are 15 new and awesome ideas for you guys to look at and think about trying to do at home. Or if you are like me and really not that great with tools, than sit there envious of the great bookshelves some people have in their houses.
Which one would you guys love to have in your house?
As you all know, I am a big fan of the article that are posted on Buzzfeed. If you didn’t know that, all you have to do is scroll through my blog for a while and you will see plenty of their links that I have shared with you all.
This week I am sharing a post that is, in my opinion actually useful, well it might be for those who aren’t lazy enough to just leave our books around our bedrooms. Anyway here is the article for all of you to read:
I really like number #4 in this article, with the ladder that is used as a wall bookshelf. And number #5 with the fairy lights, which is pretty much already done by some book bloggers, if you check out bookstagram, you will see many examples of this. Same as the book rainbow at number #9 in the article.
So here are some ideas if you are in the mood of renovating or moving some things around this weekend. Enjoy!
So it’s nearing the end of the year and it is around this time of the year where all the cool list come out, where people unfriend, deactivate or un-follow people all over twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Well if you are like me and looking for awesome people to follow on your Instagram, than here is the perfect article for you:
Here is a list of 15 pretty cool Instagram accounts that you can follow and if you are a fellow booknerd, then you are either already following some of these or should go and follow them.
So earlier this week, a post from Buzzfeed made the rounds with a list of the top 23 Young Adult books to read this fall, or as I like to call it, Spring.
Some of you have already seen the list, some of you might not have, well I am going to post it here for you all to either look at it again, or see it for the first time. If you are a YA fanatic like myself, than you will probably look at this list a few times to get every book title written down, so you don’t miss out on any of them.
I specifically can’t wait for Girls Like Me by Lola St. Vil, The Odds Of Lightning by Jocelyn Davis, Going Geek by Charlotte Huang, Something In Between by Melissa De La Cruz, The Sun Is Also A Star by Nicola Yoon, The Graces Laure Eve.
What are you guys excited for?