Mid-Year Book Freak Out Book Tag- 2017

Hey fellow readers, Welcome to another post hopefully we’ll have a good time with this one. I did this tag last year with lots of silly gifs (CLICK HERE) and I am quite shocked that we are here again in the middle of the year.

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Let’s just get in with the half year review of my reading… So, I have set a goal of 50 books this year and so far I have only tackled 22 which isn’t bad but last year’s momentum was good and I blame it all on the stupid adulting gig that I didn’t sign up for and my reading momentum has sort of been not great but I digress… I still read some good books and some not so great books.

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BIG Books Recommendation RECOMMENDATION THURSDAY

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Hey lovely bookworms, lovely to see you and hope your nose is inside a book not right now though because I am back with another…

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Recommendation Thursday, the series where recommend you 5 books based on a certain topic

Last week’s topic –> Road Trip Books (CLICK HERE)

This week I was inspired by my shelf of BIG books and I realized how some of my all-time favorite reads are over 500 pages, I always find them so comforting and engulfing. I have to admit that some of these books have impacted me in a very special way and changed my view on certain topics and I hope you snag one the next time you pop by the bookstore.
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Road Trip Books Recommendations RECOMMENDATION THURSDAY

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So basically my whole Blogging Schedule has been a bust for the last two months and I deeply apologize for being MIA it’s just that life chooses to unravel and tarnish all my motivation to write and my blog sort of became a ghost town…

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But fear, not things have started to calm down and my reading mood has magically appeared and feels so good * Currently Reading Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie* and with that, I feel more inspired to create post & to make sure I stick to a schedule I have decided to create this segment called Recommendation Thursday. I will be recommending books based on certain topics, themes, mood and all sort of fun stuff and I hope you will get something out of it hopefully, fingers crossed
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Midnight in the Garden of Good & Evil Book Review (Short Post)

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Synopsis

Genre: Nonfiction, True Crime, Mystery, History, 

If you go to Atlanta, the first question people ask you is, “What’s your business?” In Macon, they ask, “Where do you go to church?” In Augusta, they ask your grandmother’s maiden name. But in Savannah, the first question people ask you is “What would you like to drink?”

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If you had told me a year ago that I would enjoy a nonfiction story based in Savannah Georgia, I would flat out laugh in your face

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Bookish Buzzwords

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  1. a word or phrase, often an item of jargon, that is fashionable at a particular time or in a particular context.

Hey, guys, it’s been awhile so glad to be doing a blog post after a week of silence, hope you are well. As you can see in today’s post I am going to discuss Bookish Buzzwords, it essentially one word that sums up a certain tone or theme about what the book is about. For example, if the blurb states the book is about Friendship or War to kind of pitch and grab the reader’s attention, I have a few of these Buzzwords that I would like to share with you today and if you have any books that are about or have some aspect of these buzzwords do tell me, I am always down for book recommendations😊 keep on reading

Struggles of A Book Blogger (A Sort of Beginners Guide… Maybe)

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Trust me I have been there and I am still trying to figure out The Blogsphere of a book blogger, I haven’t been in the game that long but so far, I have come across some minor challenges. I think we can all agree it isn’t easy especially for those who dare to dip their toes and put their thoughts out there to be judged or even go unnoticed

“If you show someone something you’ve written, you give them a sharpened stake, lie down in your coffin, and say, ‘When you’re ready’.”

I am going to share a bit of my experience on book blogging and just blogging in general thus far. Hope it will be insightful or relatable

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