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❀Latest Blog Posts ❀

❀ Red (Taylor’s Version) as Books ❀

In celebration of the release of Red (Taylor’s Version), I felt it was appropriate for me, a self-proclaimed Swiftie, to pair each song in the album with a book. If you enjoy a song from the album, you might enjoy the recommended book and vice versa.

❀ How-To: Paint Color Edges on Your Books

◇─◇──◇─────◇──◇─◇ If you are a lover of unique and pretty books, like myself. You might be interested in painting the edges of your books to give it that extra special detail. If you love the look of painted edges, but are unsure how to start, you have come to the right place. I will teach…

❀ Top 7 Isekai Romance (Fall 2021) ❀

As an avid reader of these types of stories, these are my top seven picks for the best isekai romances for anyone who is interested in the genre. I will explain why I love these stories and why people should read them.

❀ Book Review: Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim ❀

A mute, magical princess. A lost, kind-hearted prince. A unexpected villain. These are some of the features in the new Young Adult fantasy novel, Six Crimson Cranes by Elizabeth Lim. This is a fantastical retelling of The Six Swans by the Grimm brothers set in ancient China.

❀ Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag ❀

I wanted to take some time to reflect on my reading journey and share the books that I have been loving, hating, or looking forward to reading. This is the Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag created by Chami. I will be answering questions that have to do with books I’ve read this year so far…

❀ Why it is Important to Support Small Bookstore Businesses ❀

The term “support small business” has been passed this past year as a way to uplift marginalized communities and promote responsible consumerism. However, what does it mean when it’s applied to the book industry? How can we be responsible consumers to preserve the age of books?