Hello, all! Today, we have a book tag.
It’s an ongoing conversation. Is YA worthwhile? Respectable? Important? Is reading The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins as impressive as reading The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood?
There are so many arguments surrounding the validity of YA literature. Today, I wanted to put forward my views on this topic…
Hi all! Today we have another guest post!
This post comes to you from Sierra @ or “Global English Editing,” an amazing service that helps authors and students alike with editing and proofreading. However, their site is so much more than this, and they have an amazing blog with really helpful advice for budding and seasoned writers alike. Don’t just take my word for it! Click here to read some of the great articles published by Global English Editing.
Right, enough from me! Let’s get into the article!
I first read this book in 2014. Four years later, this is my third reading of Fangirl. I rate it 5 out of 5 stars each and every time.
This, my friends, is about to change… Continue reading “Rereading “Fangirl” 4 Years Later | LibroLiv”
Are you always in awe of those that race through books? That enjoy reading as much as you enjoy, say, music or movies? Have you ever wanted to become a so-called ‘reader,’ but just didn’t know where to start?
Well, today’s your lucky day: I’m about to round-up my top tips for becoming a ‘reader’ and to thoroughly enjoy reading, just like you always longed to!
Carrie is Stephen King’s first novel to be published (in 1974), originally intended to be a short story and abandoned on multiple occasions. I’ve been meaning to read one of his (many) works for years. Where better than the beginning?
Today I have something a little different to share with you all: a guest post! This guest post is written by the amazing K Morris from the blog New Author Online, a poet I have spoken a lot about on this blog and praised highly in my reviews of his poetry anthologies. In his article, he discusses his love for the poet Ernest Dowson.
I really enjoyed reading it, and I hope you do, too!
It’s a topic that’s widely discussed, with related facts usually quoted to encourage kids to actually pick up their reading comprehension homework. But today I’m going to look into whether reading really does make you smarter. And by reading I mean reading anything, from books, to web pages, to Tweets.
So, does reading make you smarter?
OK, we all know that I adore this book series. And the movie! Oh, the movie. The movie is so adorable, and I actually love it so much. I’ve watched it 3 times already!
Anyway, when I saw this post by Jemma @ Fantastic Books, I just knew I had to write this post. Jemma actually went one step further and answered these questions in letter format. Imagine being that creative! So make sure you check out her amazing answers by clicking here. Also, this tag was originally created by Frankinesce over on YouTube, so a big shoutout to her! You can watch her video here.
Now, without further ado, let’s get right into the questions!
It’s that time of the year again – UK students are applying to university. It’s a scary, daunting time, but also one of the most exciting times. Choosing your course, your universities, finally clicking “send” – your whole future lies in this application!
Seems a little too real, doesn’t it?
Today I’m going to be sharing my advice on how to write the best personal statement ever. Keep reading!