Hello, everyone! Today I’m participating in Let’s Talk Bookish. Let’s Talk Bookish is a bookish meme that was created by Rukky @ Eternity Books where each Friday, bloggers write posts discussing the topic of the week. Since April 2022, Aria @ Book Nook Bits has been the host of LTB, and she posts each month’s topics on her blog! This month’s topic is books that feel like fall, which is fitting as the season is just beginning. 🍂Read More »
The first iteration of the Book Blogger Hop was started in March 2010 by Jennifer @ Crazy-For-Books and ended on December 31, 2012. On February 15, 2013, Coffee Addicted Writer reintroduced the hop with Jennifer’s approval. The hop begins on the Friday of each week and ends on the Thursday of the following week. Every week, there is a prompt with a book-related query. The aim of the blog hop is to provide bloggers with an opportunity to follow other blogs, discover new books, make friends with other bloggers, and gain new followers for their own sites.
This Week’s Question
How long does it usually take you to finish a book?
This is a really tough question to answer with any accuracy because it varies so much. It depends on the book and the format I’m reading it in. I typically get through a 300-500 page book in about three days. If it is something like a YA contemporary, I could finish it in less than a day. Whereas, a denser adult fantasy/sci fi book might take me three or four days.
For audiobooks, I tend to space my consumption out a bit more. I typically only listen to them right before bed or while I’m doing chores. So, I usually finish one or two of them per week.
Regardless of length or format, I’m probably not enjoying a book if it is taking me longer than a week to read. I have absolutely no patience. So, if I’m motivated to find out what happens in the book, I have a need to read it quickly. The only exception to this is re-reads because I already know what happens in the end. I tend to read slower if it isn’t my first time through a book, and I’ve had some re-reads take me as long as a month.
Hello, everyone! Today I’m reviewing OverLondon by George Penney and Tony Johnson. This was my first time reading work by these authors, but it definitely won’t be the last. Thank you to the publisher for reaching out about participating in the promotional tour for this book!Read More »
First Lines Fridays is a weekly feature for book lovers hosted by Wandering Words. What if instead of judging a book by its cover, its author or its prestige, we judged it by its opening lines?
- Pick a book off your shelf (it could be your current read or on your TBR) and open to the first page
- Copy the first few lines, but don’t give anything else about the book away just yet – you need to hook the reader first
- Finally… reveal the book!
Hello, everyone! Today I’m reviewing Stars in Your Eyes by Kacen Callender. I didn’t remember much about this one before deciding to pick it up, but I’m glad I read it. Apparently, it was exactly what I needed to end my recent streak of disappointing reads, which is odd considering how heavy the story turned out to be.Read More »
Hello, everyone! It has been a while since I’ve done a book haul post because I find them really exhausting to do. I won’t be going back and posting about what I got in July or August because it would take me a year to hunt all the books down and format the post, but you can find some of them highlighted in my recent insta posts. I’ve managed to get my hands on so many great books just in the last 12 days that I really want to focus this post on them. PangoBooks is seriously one of my greatest weaknesses, as you’ll soon see. lol.Read More »
Hello, everyone! Today I’m starting the week off with a review of A Market of Dreams and Destiny by Trip Galey. I stumbled across this one on NetGalley and fell in love with the cover. So, of course, I had to request it. 🙂Read More »