Thursday’s Thoughts: Socioeconomic Status & The Book (Blogging) Community

Breeny from Breeny’s Books delved into a topic that is quite prevalent in the book blogging community. Some people have the financial stability to participate in bookish activities: hauls, conventions, other events, arcs, purchasing books in general. I’m one that doesn’t have the position to do all those, so I understand and see it from a different angle.

Check out Breeny’s thoughts below and click the link for more!

Well I’m back

It’s been a minute…..

maybe two minutes

…..it’s been 7 months.

I have an excuse prepared and ready. Matter of fact, I had it prepared and ready for months; I’m that prepared when it comes to excuses lol.

To be short, life hit. Didn’t necessarily hit hard, I just grew up. It happens. Mindset changed for the better and it was much needed tbh. I’m talking like I left with an audience of thousands – like people were anxious for me to come back (laughing on the outside, hurts on the inside :D)

If anyone is here….hi. I’ll be getting right back to book blogging very soon; as soon as I finish Nick Cutter‘s novel Little Heaven.

Till then, if you have any tips on what I could change on my site or any tips in general on book blogging, let me know.

Final Girls By Riley Sager – Book Review

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Author: Riley Sager

Title: Final Girls

Publication Date: July 11, 2017

Rating: Bruh (See Rating System/Scale)

See the Goodreads Synopsis to understand a bit about this mystery-thriller novel and my thoughts below! Let’s get into the review. Want to read more?

Life Update: Beyond Crazy RN – 1/18/2018

SMH

It’s been 12 days……12 DAYS since I’ve posted anything. I decided to give an update on what’s been going on, cause it’s been crazy. So crazy that I haven’t even been reading (I do have two book reviews ready though).

I’ll try to go in order of what’s happened since.  Want to read more?

Discussion – What do you think about the lack of diversity in books?

Not only do I want to talk about diversity, but also the progress.

I plan to read more diverse books since the only one I’ve truly ever read was the recently published, The Blazing Star by Imani Josey.

What do I think?

Want to read more?