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discussion: access restrictions international readers face

Hey there! After reading Fadwa’s post on her experiences as an international reviewer, I started thinking about the restrictions I also face as a smaller international book blogger. Honestly, as an international reader overall. As you may or may not know, I live in South America. As a whole, we’re considered “third-world” countries, and English… Continue reading discussion: access restrictions international readers face

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on why you shouldn’t feel guilty for rereading

Hey there! A while back, Rhi shared a post where she talked about why she started feeling guilty for rereading books. It left me thinking, and today I’m sharing my own opinion on the matter. First of, I’d like to start by saying that I don’t usually reread much, and when I do it’s old… Continue reading on why you shouldn’t feel guilty for rereading

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My thoughts on winning my Goodreads challenge early

Hey there! At the beginning of the years, as usual, I set my Goodreads challenge goal to 50 books. That’s pretty average for me, as I’ve been reading around that many books for the last few years. It’s still a challenge though, but an achievable one; even if I do have to cram some reading… Continue reading My thoughts on winning my Goodreads challenge early

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Discussion: how nostalgia affects ratings

Hey there! After the lovely and encouraging words from Malka @ Paper Procrastinators, I decided to write a discussion post. I love reading them but was never very confident when writing my own. Today I’m going to try though. (By the way, if you’re planning on reading Midnight Sun, like I did, please consider educating… Continue reading Discussion: how nostalgia affects ratings

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The magic of audiobooks and how they’ve saved my reading life

As it’s been pointed out to me, I’m incredibly late to this but I still wanted to talk about it. Audiobooks! They are amazing!  Despite people raving about it for a while, I only started listening to audiobooks this august. Since English is not my first language, I didn’t know how much I would like… Continue reading The magic of audiobooks and how they’ve saved my reading life

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Reading slumps are the worst – what i do to get past them

Can you believe September is nearly gone? I know I say this almost every year, but time really does seem to fly by. Even more so when you have a lot to get done. As I mentioned in my last post, I haven’t been reading as much as usual and it’s all because of a… Continue reading Reading slumps are the worst – what i do to get past them