Let’s Talk Bookish: Our Responsibilities as Bloggers & Readers

Hello and happy Friday! Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly discussion post created by Rukky @ Eternity Books and is hosted by Rukky and Dani @ A Literary Lion! This week’s topic is: Our Responsibilities as Bloggers & Readers.

I went into this post not exactly sure what I would write, but it actually turned out pretty long, and I had a lot of fun writing it! I’ve never really thought about our responsibilities as bloggers and readers, and this post was a lot of me rambling along as I tried to explain my thoughts. But that’s a lot of my posts, so let’s just get into it!

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The Voting Booth, by Brandy Colbert | a spoiler-free review

Hello! I read this book a more than a week ago, but I have taken a lot of time to write this review. I loved this book, it was just kind of hard to write, I guess. Anyway, here is my review of The Voting Booth, by Brandy Colbert.

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The Mystery of the Golden Ball: Pen & Quin: International Agents of Intrigue, by K. S. Mitchell | a spoiler-free review

Hello! This first book in the series is The Mystery of the Painted Book, and you can read my review of it here. Anyway, here is my review of The Mystery of the Golden Ball, by K. S. Mitchell.

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The Boy Who Steals Houses, by C. G. Drews | a spoiler free review

Hello! I finished reading this book a while ago, but I’ve been meaning to write a review since then. I recently read the other book by the author, A Thousand Perfect Notes, and I loved it! C. G. Drews has become one of my favorite authors, and without further ado, here is my review of The Boy Who Steals Houses, by C. G. Drews.

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The Mystery of the Painted Book: Pen & Quin: International Agents of Intrigue, by K. S. Mitchell | a spoiler free review

Hello! I’m helping petsit my friends bunnies for a few days, and this afternoon I went over to feed them. I spent like half an hour reading with the bunnies, and it was so much fun! Anyways, here is my review of The Mystery of the Painted Book, by K. S. Mitchell.

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Let’s Talk Bookish: Book reviews

Hello and happy Friday! Let’s Talk Bookish is a weekly discussion post created by Rukky @ Eternity Books and is hosted by Rukky and Dani @ A Literary Lion! This week’s topic is: What Do You Look For In A Review? suggested by Jane @ Blogger Books, but today I’m going to just go with the topic of book reviews in general.

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The Green Door, by Heather Kindt | a spoiler free review

Hello! I saw an amazing review of this book on One Book More, and I immediately wanted to read the book. I’m very glad that I did. I read the entire thing on Wednesday, and I’m very glad that I did. So, here is my review of The Green Door, by Heather Kindt.

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Stamped: Racism, Antiracism and You, by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi | the first nonfiction book I’ve reviewed on my blog, and it has not let me down

Hello! I finished reading this book earlier today, and immediately got started with a review. I’ve seen this book being talked about in countless places, and I’ve heard incredible things about it. Also, I thought that it might be good to point out that, uh, I’ve been blogging her for 10 months (wow that’s a long time) and I have never ever reviewed a nonfiction book that wasn’t a biography. (Brown Girl Dreaming got that) Anyways, here is my review of Stamped: Racism, Antiracism and You, by Jason Reynolds and Ibram X. Kendi.

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The Henna Wars, by Adiba Jaigirdar | this book is amazing

Hi! I am officially completely done with the school year, which I am very excited about, and right now, I have a review of an amazing book that I finished reading a few days ago. This wonderful book was published almost exactly a month ago, and is well, incredible. So, without further ado, here is my review of The Henna Wars, by Adiba Jaigirdar.

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Where the Crawdads Sing, by Delia Owens | a spoiler free review

It took me a while to get through this book. I got off to a slow start reading it, and wasn’t sure if I’d want to finish it. But I read most of it today, and when I was reading it, I did not want to put it down. The book messed with me, made me think, and made me flip back pages to attempt to understand what was going on. Here’s what I thought of the novel Where the Crawdads Sing, by Delia Owens.

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