I went to a bookish event

hey! so I went to a bookish event. I've never talked about bookish events on my blog before now, but I have commented on other people's blogs about how I want to go to a bookish event. I thought it'd be a fun idea to share my experience at the event with you guys because … Continue reading I went to a bookish event

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reading aloud 

Hi, after watching Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them I was in a Harry Potter mood. My younger brother wanted to read the Harry Potter series and I thought it would be a good idea to read them with him so that we can have discussions about the books, and really just for some … Continue reading reading aloud 

diverse literature being taught in schools

Hi, If you follow me on Twitter then you'd know that I am very passionate about diversity in all forms of media, that's including books. After my last English Literature exam, I started a conversation on twitter about my feelings towards the texts that I've had to study in school and how the lack of diversity … Continue reading diverse literature being taught in schools

Bricks You Can Read and Fall Asleep With by Dane Cobin

Hi, I recently received an email from the author and poet, Dane Cobin, asking if I wanted to work on a few things with him on my blog. Over the past few months I've been reading/listening to a lot more poetry, and asked if he could write a poem for my blog, all he needed … Continue reading Bricks You Can Read and Fall Asleep With by Dane Cobin

sexual orientation – labelling and educating ourselves

Hi, Victoria from hermionefowl made a post called Sexuality – Do We Need Labels? in this post, she made so many good points about labels and how they can pressure us into fitting into a certain category but also how they can help us find new people who we have something in common with. Her post really got … Continue reading sexual orientation – labelling and educating ourselves

THE LIBRARY – PART ONE

Hey, A while ago on Twitter I saw a bunch of tweets discussing reading being a financial investment and from this came discussions on the use of the libraries. https://twitter.com/emmmabooks/status/741283241102020609 If you'd like to see more of the discussion and things that were brought up though this tweet just check out the replies to this tweet. I use … Continue reading THE LIBRARY – PART ONE