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!

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Thursday's Thoughts

 

Hello, everyone! I’m back with another Thursday Thoughts. My first one was a hit and created such lovely discussion, so I’m hoping that this post does the same. Today I’ll be sharing my thoughts on a subject that’s very important to me and that I feel is often times overlooked: socioeconomic status within the book community. I’ve been wanting to do a post on this topic for a while, but was somewhat worried about the reaction I’d get. So I created a poll on Twitter asking what you all would like to see for this month’s discussion post and no one choose this topic at first (by the time the poll closed 24hours later, one person did). That was the first sign. Then I saw a tweet from one of my friends, Rommie, about how she was working on a post with a similar topic. Not only was…

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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?