I want to make it clear that this post is geared towards people who want to genuinely expand their reading horizons. If you think diversity is some sort of fad you want in on, this isn’t for you. To be honest, I had no idea I could read diversely because most of the books I used to read were written by and for white people. It wasn’t until 2017 that I was exposed to diversity and #OwnVoices books. If these concepts are unfamiliar to you, check out this playlist by Kav @ xreadingsolacex to understand them better. If you’re ready to embark on the journey to broaden your reading tastes, keep reading on.Read More »How to Read Diversely: 5 Tips to Expand Your Reading
I was looking for a tag to do for today’s post and I felt so lucky when Sahi @ My World of Books tagged me for The Finished Books Tag. This tag was created by the channel owner of Headless Books, but the video is not up anymore, unfortunately. I highly suggest you check out Sahi’s post for the questions because I tweaked a few of them for readability. This tag felt perfect to me because I didn’t want to do another picking books kind of tag. I feel like my answers have become repetitive for those and I wanted to freshen things up. Without further ado, let’s get on to the questions!Read More »The Finished Books Tag
Time may be only an illusion but it did fly by this January. 2020 has been off to an interesting start so far. Going into it, I was less prepared than I would have liked to be – pages on the blog were still under construction, not a single post was scheduled and I had a ton of things that I hadn’t planned out. How did that pan out for me? Let’s nosedive into my January 2020 wrap-up to find out!Read More »January 2020 Wrap-Up: The Big Bang!
Whenever I mention reading to my friends and acquaintances in real life, most people seem to be firmly divided into two categories – those who want to read but can’t seem to find the time and those who think reading is a boring habit. I do appreciate the honesty of the second group but if you are reading this, you probably already know reading is good for you. This guide is for the first group of people who want to build a reading habit but can’t seem to for a variety of reasons.Read More »How to Build a Regular Reading Habit