Tis the season for more reading! Greetings everyone! I hope you’re having a good day. To lighten my holiday spirits, I wanted to focus on what I shall be reading throughout the month of December. I thought it would be fun to create my own fun prompts to participate in. Plus, I decided that these prompts will last throughout the entire month, so I don’t feel pressured to read everything before a designated time. Additionally, I included non-reading book related prompts.
On November 22, 2020, I officially became a year older. It’s a few days later and I still don’t feel any wiser or unlocked any hidden mythical secrets. Overall, I had a pretty fantastic birthday during COVID-19. It was lowkey, safe, and fun. I am very grateful and appreciative for all the birthday wishes and gifts I received from my loved ones. Here are the books that I got for my birthday.
Happy birthday to me, happy birthday to me, happy birthday to me! Greetings everyone! Today is officially my birthday, so I’d thought I’d celebrate by doing a bookish birthday tag.
Transgender Day of Remembrance (TDOR) is important because it honors and memorializes those who were killed due to anti-transgender hatred or prejudice. The Transathon is a readathon that encourages people to read trans books and supports trans authors.
The Gilmore Girls Gilmore Girls is one of my favorite TV shows. Whenever I’m looking to improve my day, I’ll instantly hop on Netflix to watch Gilmore Girl episodes; It’s my comfort show that I’ll never get tired of. Let’s move on to the readathon!
Today’s bookish blog post is inspired by the book These Violent Delights by Chloe Cong. “This heart-stopping debut is an imaginative Romeo and Juliet retelling set in 1920s Shanghai, with rival gangs and a monster in the depths of the Huangpu River.”
Greetings fellow readers, book lovers, bookworms, book dragons, (everyone)! Today’s bookish blog post is inspired by the Netflix film Enola Holmes. Cielo from Bellerose Reads is the original creator of this book tag.
On September 22, 2020 the Autumn Equinox began. I will be participating in Horrorathon, Fortnight Frights, Hocus Pocus Readathon, Power of Three Readathon, Goosebumpsathon, and Sbooktober. Without further ado these are the books I am planning to read throughout October!
The Hocus Pocus Readathon takes place during the month of October. The Hocus Pocus Readathon features three teams; Team Sanderson Sisters, Team Undead, and Team Trick or Treators. I am super excited to participate in this readathon as Hocus Pocus is one of my all-time favorite Halloween movies!
This is an October Halloween party filled with a readathon, photo challenges, movie nights, and more! Readers are encouraged to choose as many prompts and books as they’d like. You’re allowed to combine challenges and books too.
Fortnight Frights Bingo is a solo project that was created by the amazingly talented Seji, The Artisan Geek. Throughout all her life she’s loved reading horror and related literature. There are no restrictions on what you can read and if you don’t like horror you can still participate.
The Power of Three Readathon is a Charmed themed readathon happening in October 2020. This readathon is based on the 1998 – 2006 television version with Shannon Doherty, Holly Marie Combs, Alyssa Milano, and Rose McGowan. I knew I had to participate in it because it’s witchy theme and my favorite witches!
The Goosebumpsathon is a spooky October readathon. “Read Goosebumps books that meet the prompts below in order to achieve a monster. Mix up prompts to create a monster hybrid!” Okay, this is going to be an extremely fun readathon.
The Horrorathon is a horror themed read-a-thon that’s happening on October 25th – 31st. The Horrorathon features daily challenges, YouTube reading sprints, horror themed music playlist giveaways, prizes, Netflix movie party, and a Halloween party live show. The read-a-thon is centered around having fun, being chill, and all you have to do to participate is read some horror books!
Apples are nutritious and delicious but become increasingly popular during the Autumn or Fall season. For this tag each apple has a prompt based on its apple-like features (taste, scent, appearance). Then, based on the prompt you match it with a book.
Wow, is it September already? I love reading these genres during this time because it signifies the Halloween spooky season is around the corner! Well, let’s move on to what I may be reading this September!
As you might have guessed by now, I love reading and books. However, those aren’t my only passions; I love traveling as well! So, here are the 10 literary-themed destinations that I’d love to visit.
Yes, I am well aware that the Twilight Saga & its author Stephanie Meyer are very problematic. I wanted to write about this experience because it was a huge part of my teenage years that meant a lot to me. I know I wasn’t the only one, so free feel to share your Twilight experiences in the comments below!
Greetings fellow book lovers! First and foremost, welcome to my first blog post. Before we jump into the bookish section of this introduction post, let me introduce myself. Hi, my name is Dovey or Dove.