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Sunday, June 26, 2016

Sunday Post #16

  • Hey there bookish friends! It has been a really good blogging and reading week for me, though I didn't do much else. 
  • I hung out by the pool by myself, soaking up some sun and reading. It's so incredible. It really makes it feel like summer. 
  • I listened to my first audiobook ever (Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell). I'm still not entirely sure how I feel about audiobooks, but I actually plan on making a YouTube video in which I discuss my mixed feelings.  
  • Also, I finally got my laptop back. I spilled water on it a few months ago, and the keyboard became really messed up. My dad brought it in to Rent-A-Center, where we bought it, to see if there was anything they could do. They had it for WEEKS and they didn't even touch it. Finally, they said they were going to send it into their repair shop place but gave it back to me for the night so I could save all my files. Well, turns out it magically fixed itself. I could not be happier! I've been using a desktop computer, but nothing makes me happier than lying in bed with my laptop to write or blog. 
Me Before You by Jojo Moyes
Aces Up by Lauren Barnholdt

Just Write #3

Top Ten (3) 2016 Releases So Far

Lessons I've Learned From Bookstagram
We Own the Night by Ashley Poston
And I Darken by Kiersten White
Defending Taylor by Miranda Kenneally

Top Ten Tuesday: Series With The Prettiest Book Covers
Sunday Post #17

Discussion - Goodreads As A Social Media Site
June Recap
 I've added 9 (I think it's 9) new books to my shelves this week. If you want to know what they are, you'll have to watch my book haul video next week!

Jessica at The Book Bratz has posted two note-worthy things this week. Firstly, she gives tips on how to balance blogging with a busy life. She also posted the lineup for the Summer Blogger Promo Tour, which is something I'm a part of, and super excited about. Such a great way to get to know other bloggers and to give them some love on your own blog.

Beth at The Quiet People shared her strategy for planning a month's worth of blogging. If planning ahead is something you're struggling with, I highly suggest this post. It might help you or give you inspiration!

Sierra from The Nerd Girl Review stopped by Temecka's blog, Library of Tomes, to talk about animosity in the LGBT+ community. This was a really emotional and thought-provoking post, and I recommend everyone give it a read!

I'll be (ideally) posting twice a week, on Mondays and Fridays.Make sure to subscribe to me if you want to stay updated on when and what I post! If you have a YouTube channel, send me your link because I wanna see whatchya got! Here are my videos from this week!

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