August Review + September Forecast

This month was a lot calmer for me however came with some stressful parts. I didn’t blog as much because of it this month. First did we moved to the new apartment which has its ups and downs. On one hand it’s a lot bigger and I’m obsessed with the working call box and buzzer.…

What Blogposts I read this week #7

https://open.spotify.com/episode/2J5vRQuGrZWc1Cjbdjpxoh?si=75dd3d04b4864f7b So sometimes when I copy and paste links into WordPress, it will automatically convert it to a link and other times it won't. I'm still figuring it out. Anticipated February 2021 YA Releases - Confessions of a YA Reader I love seeing what's going to be released month to month and I think there…

7 Eco-friendly Bookish Ideas for 2021.

Photo by Karolina Grabowska on Pexels.com Typing 2021 is so weird. My fingers are basically 2020202020202020 everywhere. Anyways. So in my average day life, I try to be sustainable and eco-friendly as much as I can. I'm not a huge believer of being zero waste because I think corporations and business should be zero waste.…

BookCon and BookExpo announce conferences have an uncertain future.

In other book news, the popular book industry conferences, BookCon, BookExpo, and Unbound futures are uncertain after their owner ReedPop cancels their current format for 2021 and going forward. The announcement was made on November 30th which set Book Twitter and other news outlets into a frenzy. https://twitter.com/bookexpoamerica/status/1333870382231728131?s=21 To summarize for those with screen readers…

Are Free Little Libraries Safe during the Pandemic?

https://open.spotify.com/episode/3vHDPPT1QRiVyhVmrSdvuL?si=b69b782dbf044bbe Photo by Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels.com I happen to be a huge fan of Free Little Libraries. Ever since I found out about the program, I think it’s a great way to have community connection and bring people books. We have one in my town and I visit it every so often. Currently it…