Category Archives: Discussion Posts

Bookish Pet Peeves

By and large, we book nerds are an opinionated and particular bunch. We can argue until the end of time about the proper way to shelve books (Dewey VS LoC; alphabetically, by genre, by color, by size) or cover changes or the best pop culture adaptation. (The proper way to shelve books in your personal […]

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Spotlight On: Adult Contemporary Romance

Now, my friends, it’s time to take a stroll back in time to when I was in high school. Back when I was a young adult and primarily read adult romance novels (along with Jane Austen and Shakespeare and some other classics). Back then, contemporary romances were my absolute favorite. I was reading Jane Green, […]

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Top Reads from the Top Half of 2018

Source: Audies Every single year, I struggle bus my way through an end of year post about the best books I read that year. Or I just skip the post entirely, even though I love seeing other people’s, and I also really like the opportunity to yell more about my favorite books. Still, going back […]

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How to Read All the Things

Last year, I read over four hundred books. This year, I’ll probably hit about 200, because it’s been a slow reading year for me, largely intentionally. Still, most Americans read…substantially less than that. The most common question I get as a reader is “how do you read that much?!?!?!”, standing there incredulous and a bit […]

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Bookish Idiosyncracies

It will come as no surprise to anyone that I’m particular about things: the way I like things to be organized and the order in which I want things done. Through my many years as a reader, I’ve changed my methods somewhat to fit my lifestyle at the time, but they’re always a bit weird. […]

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