Hey, avid readers! With the Christmas season just around the corner, I felt the need to help you narrow down your choices on what to give your book blogger friend, or even yourself, on Christmas day.
This gift guide ranges from the essential things up to the extra things that book bloggers need in order to get our life together.
Continue reading “GIFT GUIDE FOR BOOK BLOGGERS | Book Blogger Essentials and Extras”
Hey, avid readers!
I know, I know, it’s been such a long time but that’s okay because today, I have something amazing for you! I decided to do #BookMas this year but I’ll do it on my YouTube channel, so it will be like a #VlogMas but with books. I just feel like I’ll be pulling it off the best if I do vlog-style, instead of blog-style. But fret not! I will still be blogging this holiday season, and expect to have freebies for every blog post coming your way this month. 😉
Now, I know some of you are not into vlogging, so I decided to share with you my ideas for the #blogmas season! So, without further ado, here’s a list of all the schamazing bookmas things! OH AND BY THE WAY, stay till the end of this blog post for a little gift! I love ya’ll!
~The Bookish Bookmas~
- Bookmas Tree Inspiration / Your Own Bookmas Tree
- End of the Year Reading List/Plans or Reading Update
- My Favorite Books This 2018
- My Least Favorite Books This 2018
- 2018 Authors Hall of Fame
- Book Blog Round-Up (where you feature your best/favorite blog posts and maybe some favorite bloggers or new blogger friends you’ve made this year!)
- Gift Guide for Book Bloggers (because admit it, we do need to have our essentials)
- Best Books to Read this Winter Season
- Holiday Books Recommendation
- If Books Were Christmas Songs or Christmas Movies (or maybe do both? 😛 )
- If a Fictional Character Were To Make a Wish to Santa Claus
- Santa Claus’ Nice or Naughty List: Fictional Characters Edition
- 2019 Most Anticipated Releases
- 2019 Reading/Blogging Goals (or Bookish Goals in general)
- Book Blogger’s Bookish Wishlist
~The Personal Bookmas~
- Life Update!
- A Day in the Life of a Book Blogger
- Book Blogger’s Morning Routine
- Book Blogger’s Night Routine
- My New Year’s Resolutions/Goals
~The Non-Bookish Bookmas~
- Christmas Movies Watchlist
- Christmas OOTD Inspirations / Your Own Christmas OOTD
- Holiday Bucket List
- Beginner’s Guide to Christmas Cards
- Favorite Blogmas Posts by Other Bloggers
And those are all the 25 bookmas ideas for you all, my awesome avid readers! I hope that you’ll get to enjoy and keep all the creative juices all throughout this bookmas adventure. If you’re participating in bookmas and would use one of the ideas above, please feel free to link back to this post and don’t forget to leave a comment below with your bookmas post so I can give some love!
As promised, here is my Christmas gift to you: a paperback copy of Are We All Lemmings and Snowflakes? by Holly Bourne. It is one of my absolute favorite books this year and I wanna spread the kindness and share this wonderful book with you.
**Thank you so much to Usborne YA for kindly sending a giveaway copy of this book.**
Have an Avid Merry Bookmas, avid readers!
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First Line Fridays
It is too easy to judge a book by its cover, its title or author, but how about by its opening lines? First Lines Fridays aims to get readers hooked on the first lines of a book before its details are revealed to them, allowing them to step out their comfort zone and discover new genres and authors.
Hosted by Wandering Words
The Friday 56
Grab a book, any book. Turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader. Find any sentence, (or few, just don’t spoil it) that grabs you. Post it. And share your link. It’s that simple.
Hosted by Freda’s Voice
Continue reading “Femme Fatale |First Line Fridays + The Friday 56”
Can’t-Wait Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted at Wishful Endings, to spotlight and discuss the books we’re excited about that we have yet to read. Generally they’re books that have yet to be released. It’s based on Waiting on Wednesday, hosted by the fabulous Jill at Breaking the Spine.
Continue reading “How do you stop a murder that’s already happened? | Can’t Wait Wednesday 004”
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly book blog meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. Each Tuesday, a topic is assigned. Create your own top ten (or 2, 5, 20, etc.) list, or feel free to put a unique spin on the topic to make it work for you!
This week’s topic is an exciting one for me because I have read some really short and/or fast-paced and action-packed books that are perfect for getting out of a reading slump! Also, I just wanna tell you that if you haven’t tried audiobooks yet and you’re trying to get out of a reading slump, you should definitely try audiobooks! I have a link on Scribd for you to get FREE 60 DAYS of unlimited audiobooks, ebooks, magazines and other more cool stuff! Just click here.
Continue reading “Books To Pull You Out of a Reading Slump | Top Ten Tuesday 004”
Hey, avid readers! Back at it again with another blog post and it’s my take on The Sunshine Blogger Award! *insert squeals here*
First of all, I would like to thank Clo of BookDragons247 for nominating me to take this award. Second, if I nominated you, please know that I would really appreciate it if you’d take the award + it’d be really awesome of you because I honestly believe that you bring sunshine to every blogger.
Now, let’s hop on the old bandwagon train.
Continue reading “The Awarding Challenge: The Sunshine Blogger Award”
From a fantasy story last week, let us talk about a sporty novel for this week’s Philippine Lit is Still Lit.
Every Saturday, for the whole month of August, I will be posting Philippine Lit is Still Lit to feature a Filipino literary piece that I’ve read and genuinely recommend. These literary pieces vary in type and genre because I want to introduce you to more of what the Philippine literature has to offer. My purpose in making this blog series is to simply prove to the world that Philippine literature is still (and will always be) lit. Mabuhay ang mga Pinoy na manunulat at ang kanilang mga akda! (Long live the Filipino authors and their literary works!)
This week, I am featuring a new adult romance and sports story that I’ve just finished reading today; therefore, still fresh and vivid in my mind.
Continue reading “Philippine Lit(erature) is Still Lit: Once Upon a Player by Agay Llanera |Buwan ng mga Akdang Pinoy”