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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Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag | ft. How on earth are we already halfway through this crazy year?

Hello! I guess it’s time for me to do this tag? I was going to do it on June first, but then I forgot about it and was busy and here we are 20-something days later and I’m finally doing it. I was tagged for this by two wonderful bloggers: Kay @ Hammock of Books and Jane @ Blogger Books! Both of their blogs are wonderful and you should go over right now because both of them have wonderful bookish content!

Also, as Kay put it, this tag is like one giant game of telephone and it honestly is. Kay and Jane both did slightly different versions, but overall it’s the same. So, I answered 15 questions about books and stuff, so here they are!

Before I get into the questions though, here’s an update on my Goodreads challenge:

I am 18 books ahead, which I’m really happy about!! I guess that’s what months and months of social distancing gets you.
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The American Twins of the Revolution, by Lucy Fitch Perkins | review

Hello!!! I hope you are all doing okay and staying healthy right now. I have decided to change the format of my reviews yet again, and this time, I am going to do it in a two part format: what I liked, and what I didn’t like. Pretty simple, right? Anyways, I’ll continue to talk about the writing, the plot and the characters! Also, this review is spoiler free unless you purposefully click to reveal the spoilers which will be marked. So, without further ado, here is my review of The American Twins of the Revolution, by Lucy Fitch Perkins.

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