Let’s Talk Bookish: Eating & Reading

Hello, and happy Friday! I hope you’ve all had good weeks; mine has been very long, and I’m very ready for the weekend. I am doing Model UN though with my school, and the conference is happening right now. It started Thursday night, and ends tomorrow evening, so Sunday will be most of the time I have to rest and relax. Model UN’s been really fun so far though, and I’m excited for tomorrow. Anyways, this week’s topic is a super fun one, so I’m excited to talk all about eating and reading for this week’s LTB post!

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly bookish meme created by Rukky @ Eternity Books and is hosted by me! Each Friday, there is a discussion topic for bloggers to write about, and this week’s topic eating and reading: yay or nay? (suggested by Fives @ Down the Rabbit Hole).

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Let’s Talk Bookish: The Makings of a Great Audiobook

Hello, and happy April! I feel like March went by so fast, and I can’t believe that it’s already the fourth month of the year. It’s also the first day of Camp Nanowrimo today, which I’m very excited for! Anyways, today is my first LTB post as the host of Let’s Talk Bookish, and it’s a really great topic, so thank you so much to Mikaela for suggesting this topic, and let’s get into the post!

Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly bookish meme created by Rukky @ Eternity Books and is hosted by me! Each Friday, there is a discussion topic for bloggers to write about, and this week’s topic the makings of a great audiobook (suggested by Mikaela @ Mikaela Reads).

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Hoopla: all about the platform, how it works, and what it offers

Hello! This week is my spring break, and I’m spending a few days with my family at the coast, which is fun. It’s the Oregon coast, so pretty cold and windy, but it’s nice to get away from home for a bit. I was able to walk on the beach earlier today, which was amazing, and now I’m happy to be here with another blog post!

Today, I’m going to be talking about a platform for ebooks, audiobooks, and more called Hoopla! It’s free through your local library, and if your library has it, then all you need to sign up is a library card. So, I’m going to get right into this post all about the platform!

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