The Importance of Reading

Today is World Book Day! As a bookworm myself I wanted to celebrate the day by writing about the brilliance of books and try to encourage others to read more. So, here we are. Now I know that with a title like The Importance of Reading you expect that I would be preaching about literacy... Continue Reading →

Spring Reading List

Nearing the end of the month, Spring will start. Normally most of the time I use the jar technique to pick a book but I still use my list sometimes. Watership Down I grew up with the animated film and rewatch it around Easter time. So this year, I am finally going to read the... Continue Reading →

My Reading System

I mentioned in my last post that despite loving Kings of the Wyld I wasn't going to read the sequel, Bloody Rose for a while. This is because of two reading rules I have. I know that might sound silly but they are part of my reading system that I have been working on since... Continue Reading →

Conflict with Classics

Over the past few years, I have made an effort to try and read more classical literature than I used to. While this is a good thing, for the most part, there are a few downsides as well. Now, it isn't really the fault of the book but sometimes while a reading an older story... Continue Reading →

Confessions of a Bookworm

I wasn't sure whether or not to make this a confessional or a sequel to an older ramble I first penned back in 2016, so I decided to do both. I would recommend you read that one first before continuing this one. I was also torn on the title as while I do love reading,... Continue Reading →

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