- to blog every week (except if i have exams)
- every saturday i’ll write a blog post and a review
- i will assign little tasks to do before saturday (take pictures of my books, make a graphic)
Hiiiiii. Helloooooo. I don’t knoooowwww.
Anyway, if you don’t know, I loooooove goodreads. If you don’t know what goodreads is then…wHY? Let me tell you, then. Goodreads is a website for book lovers! It’s kinda a book blog, but everyone has the same format and you can add people and just www.goodreads.com .You can add a currently-reading shelf, review your books, befriend authors and add me. Just kidding! But seriously www.goodreads.com/odeliat .
I also do book reviews/discussions there for every book I read, not here because …. Anyway, let us get started with the tag!
Tag created by: https://www.youtube.com/user/SpiralBookmark/featured
1. What was the last book that you read?
“Attachments” by Rainbow Rowell. (I LOVE that book)
2. What book are you currently reading?
I actually have three books that I’m currently-reading because *cough* reading slump *cough*. Here they are:
1. Eldest by Christopher Paolini
2. The Book Thief by Marcus Zusak
3. The Staff Of Serapis by Rick Riordan
I’m really reading Eldest but then I realized that Staff of Serapis is out so I’m really reading that. (Though I’ll probably finish it quickly.)
I’m following my rule! *mentally high-fives self* Anyway, today I decided to make a tag. This is the DAY AND NIGHT TAG that was created by Katelyn. I found this in YouTube and I thought it was cool. There are 11 questions and all in all, it spells DAY AND NIGHT. *mind blown* Let us get started.
D: Do you read more in the morning or at night?
I read more in the morning. And at night. Basically, both. It doesn’t really matter as long as I’m comfortable and I’m reading.
A: Are there any books that changed the way you thought about things?
Yes. Joan Bauer’s “Close to Famous” taught me not to give up on your dreams. “A Monster Calls” by Patrick Ness taught me that the truth will set you free. Aaand The Mysterious Benedict Society taught me that watching too much TV is REALLY bad.
Y:YA or Not?
I usually read YA, so YA!