I’ve actually talked myself out of taking a break over 10 times now, each time I just told myself I’d be ok, I can’t take a break right now because I have this or that happening. It took me attempting to write a blog post on a certain topic, for me to realise I should probably take a hiatus. Then it took some awesome friends telling me I need to take the break, for me to start accepting it a bit more. I slept on it, wrote an entry in my journal about it. Then when I woke up looked at my planned content for May and June to see what can get reshuffled to a later month.
*twirls about as she dusts off another tag to do* I’m going to conquer this tag mountain ok, I will do thissss. Let’s roll on out of our comfort zone with this tag, as I have to eliminate a genre and then for my answers none of the books can be from that genre. *looks about nervously*
Ever watched a film and liked it but thought it’d be better as a book? It’s not something that happens a lot for me, partially due to my lack of consuming films/TV shows. However this prompt is inspired from watching a set of 4 films, whilst I loved them I was mostly there watching them still because of the characters. It got me thinking that really this story would perhaps have been better suited in book form?
How is it over half way through April and Bookending Spring already? Today I’m back, with my second prompt for you all. Books we wish we could read for the first time. Some books stick in our minds long after, we turn that final page. Those books, often leave a more noticeable mark on our hearts, our minds and our views sometimes too. Whether we fell in love with the characters, or the world…whether it was because we felt seen for the first time by a book. Some books you want to be able to read again but as if it were the first time, experience everything like you did originally.
Welcome to my first hosting day for Bookending Spring 2019! Today’s prompt is all about your blog’s journey. Where you started with your blog, how you began (past), where your at now with your blog (present) and where you’d ideally like to be with your blog in a year or two (future). If you’ve ever been curious about my blog’s journey, as well as my plans for the future, which I may or may not share some of my plans for the future. Then grab a cuppa, get comfy as we dive into this BESpring19 post!