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April 2014
23

Anonymous asked

I feel like you're having a break down.

I so am and it’s about a book. What’s new?

April 2014
23

Anonymous asked

I have a question for you, and I really hope I don't annoy you with it. Soooo, when you start with a series that (for example) consists of three books, do you read them in on go? Meaning one after another or do you read other stuff before you continue reading a book from the series? I hope you get what I mean, have a nice day. xx

Hi, no I promise your question is not annoying! I love getting questions. Yes, I’d rather read series consecutively. It’s nicer to have all the information from the last book fresh in your mind as you keep going. 

April 2014
19

Anonymous asked

How many English library books do you have? :D I only have 3 but the spines next to each other look GORGEOUS

I just have two right now. I love the spines, but I especially love the covers. I want to get them all even though I already own most of the books in the collection.

April 2014
12

Anonymous asked

Is this a side blog our your main blog?

This is my main blog.

April 2014
10

Anonymous asked

Top ten favorite books... Go!

I don’t like picking and choosing favorites, so I will list some that I’d most recommend: The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath, Towards Zero by Agatha Christie, The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte, The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway, Waiting on the Barbarians by J. M. Coetzee, The Book Thief by Markus Zusak, Uglies by Scott Westerfield, Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes, The Scarlett Pimpernel by Emmuska Orczy, and Animal Farm by George Orwell. 

April 2014
10

Anonymous asked

What do you even look like?

A pile of books. No, but normally:

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April 2014
04

Anonymous asked

cooommmeee back to the internet

It’s only been….one…two…three…months. I’m sorry! I’ll be online with reviews soon-ish?

March 2014
30

Anonymous asked

What do you want to do when you're finished with college? What's your dream job?

*deep sigh* Life after college? What a daunting thing to think about. Ideally, I’d like to be working with books. I’d really like to be a librarian technician at my local library. That’d be pretty sweet.

February 2014
08

Anonymous asked

Hi. I'm the one having trouble with my friends. Thank you for accepting my friend request. It means to me a lot even though we don't know each other personally. I'm a little shy to introduce myself. :(

Hi, I’m glad you got back to me! It’s really no problem. I’m more than happy to talk to you. Message me off anon and we can get to know each other better.

February 2014
05

Anonymous asked

what font have you used in the header and your 'find me online' and 'currently reading'? It's awesome!

Hi, thank you so much! I use the font Jenna Sue in an app called PicLab to do all my headers.

February 2014
04

Anonymous asked

Hi. I just want to say that i really love your blog. And also, i don't have a close friend whom i can share my favorite books with. Actually, i have friends but I've already proven it many times that i can't trust them. I don't want to be with them anymore but i don't want to be alone. I'm sorry for telling you this. I really want to be your friend.

I’m really sorry you’re going through that with your friends. I know how you feel about friendships in general and talking about books. I honestly didn’t have many people in real life to talk to about books before making this blog. Yes, please let’s be friends! I’m always here to talk to if you need me. 

January 2014
23

Anonymous asked

What's your guilty pleasure read?

If I had to pick one thing, then probably shoujo manga. 

January 2014
22

Anonymous asked

I love your blog, especially the layout of it! What theme do you use, if you don't mind me asking? And how did you add the 'currently reading' part on the side?

Hi, thank you! I use this theme by sakurane. I’ve edited the HTML a good bit though. The font for currently reading, and everything in my side bar, is something I made using PicLab. It’s how I make all of my headers. I uploaded those images to photobucket, copied the HTML code, and pasted it to the description area in customize. That wasn’t the best explanation. If you have further questions, just send me an ask off anon and I can help you out!

January 2014
07

Anonymous asked

Oh gosh, I hope you see this and answer. xx but I was wondering if their was any fictional books on idk a lesbian couple, but for young adults, that you recommend?

Hi, I hope I can help. The books that first come to mind would be: Annie on My Mind by Nancy Garden, The Miseducation of Cameron Postby Emily M. Danforth, Beauty Queens by Libba Bray, and The Bermudez Triangle by Maureen Johnson. I’d also recommend checking out this list of more books.

My followers suggest: Fingersmith by Sarah Waters, Ash by Melinda Lo, and Sing You Home by Jodi Picoult.

January 2014
04

Anonymous asked

Can you post some suggestions on autobiographies to read? It doesn't really matter who it's about (to me), but I kind of want one that not only shows the life of the person it's about but also how that person affected the world, or even specific people. :) Thank you! I know you're busy, so if you did answer this, you're awesome :D Your blog is amazing, by the way, one of my favorites! :)

I haven’t read a lot of autobiographies or biographies, but I immensely enjoyed Treat It Gentle by Sidney Bechet, Lady Sings the Blues by Billie Holiday, and Twelve Years a Slave by Solomon Northup. I seem to own a few more books that are people’s journals. I think I like reading those more than reading something that’s strictly an autobiography. I’ve really loved The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath and Between Sea and Sahara. I don’t think I could finish this question without mentioning The Diary of a Young Girl by Anne Frank. I have yet to read it, but I know it’s going to be great. Also, thank you. :)

My followers suggest: What I Talk About When I Talk About Running by Haruki Murakami, Q’s Legacy by Helene Hanff, Model: A Memoir by Cheryl Diamond, Girls Like Us by Rachel Lloyd, Angela’s Ashes by Frank McCourt, Growing Pains by Billie Piper, Just Kids by Patti Smith, A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway, and The Glass Castle byJeannette Walls.