Luckily very few people interrupt my reading, maybe because they know when I’m reading, I’m erm reading. Wild revelation there but book dragons don’t like being interrupted whilst reading. I actually loathe it when I keep getting interrupted, like hello…IS THIS BOOK NOT OBVIOUS ENOUGH FOR YOU THAT I DON’T WANT TO TALK TO YOU? Apparently for some it isn’t.
This post should’ve gone up months ago. Alas it’s here now so please, welcome one of my awesome friends to the blog, I love her to pieces and if you’ve not been to her blog yet. What are you doing?! It’s Charvi @ Not Just Fiction! Her blog content is honestly some of my fav content and she’s such a sweet, lovely person too.
School is a pressure most teens have, whether we like it or not. Anyhoo, as teens we also face other pressures that can be unique to our age. Some of these pressures, will fade as we get closer to our 20’s others will still be here, because no matter our age, our background we are all under different pressures.
Every bookdragon has imagined this at some point, we’re here craving an endless book supply, a bookdragon to fall for and an assassin to protect us from our TBR pile. So this post idea and another one which you’ll see at some point, came from a chat on the New Bloggers discord server. Basically we were talking about dating, and then someone said about wanting to date someone who likes the same genres as them. To which I was like BUT HAVE YOU THOUGHT LONG TERM. (they hadn’t)
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.