So I know my last post was also a tag, but I was to excited for this one to! It was created by Zuky@BookBum and Mandy@bookprincessreviews. I’ve been following Mandy for a while now and I must say her blog is awesome! Zuky’s blog is really cool too, so I recommend checking them both out!
- Mention where you saw the tag/thank whoever tagged you because that’s always good fun
- Tag Book Princess Reviews and Zuky with our posts so we can check out the wonderful Princess fun throughout the blog world
- Play a game of tag at the end!
Today I’m going to do the Rip it or Ship it book tag! This seems like a really fun tag, so although I wasn’t tagged, I’m doing it anyway! If you don’t know what this tag is, this is what you have to do:
- Choose a few books that you have read
- Write down a select few of the characters names from each book and place the names in a jar or bowl
- Randomly select two names and decide if you would rip or ship their relationship
My birthday is on the 21st of May and I was thinking which books I wanted to ask as gifts when I came up with the idea to write this post! These are the top bookish things I would love to own. Continue reading
This month was great. I read a lot of books, I posted my first discussion post, I had a two-week holiday and I went on a trip to Amsterdam!
I’m not the kind of book blogger or booktuber that collects tons of books each month and that’s why I’m combining these months. Otherwise this post would be way to short. In the past three months I have accumulated a total of five books and I’m happy with all of them. Continue reading
I was tagged by Nadwa @painfullyfictional to do the Goodreads book tag. She has an amazing blog, so definitely go and check her out! I love Goodreads. It’s the perfect way to keep track of the books I’ve read and what I thought of them, the books I want to read, my yearly reading challenge and much more. I would love to be your friend! This is my profile.
Today I’ll write a review for the book Wonder, written by R. J. Palacio. I think this story is very important. But first, here is the Goodreads blurb:
I won’t describe what I look like. Whatever you’re thinking, it’s probably worse.
August (Auggie) Pullman was born with a facial deformity that prevented him from going to a mainstream school—until now. He’s about to start 5th grade at Beecher Prep, and if you’ve ever been the new kid then you know how hard that can be. The thing is Auggie’s just an ordinary kid, with an extraordinary face. But can he convince his new classmates that he’s just like them, despite appearances?
Today I’m blogging about something completely different, my love for travel. I love to discover new places and make new memories. I just came back from a two-day trip to Amsterdam and I loved it! It was a school trip, but we don’t have to write a report or anything. I actually really didn’t mind some teachers were there. We were lucky to have the best teachers and it was really fun. Since it was a school trip almost all my school friends were there and we made tons of awesome memories. Continue reading
As I was eating some of the Easter candy, I remembered I was tagged to do the Candy Book Tag by Nadwa @painfullyfictional. (Thank you!) This seems like a really fun tag, so today I’m doing it! The tag was created by Jessica @bookishserendipity ! Continue reading
Let me just start right of the bat by being honest with you, I haven’t written a discussion post until now, because I was scared. I would love to write discussions about feminism and diversity, but I feel like my opinion might not be valid enough. That leads me into the topic of this discussion; Can you really discuss diversity if you come from a privileged, non- marginalized place? Let’s discuss! Continue reading