Sunday Post, Bought, Borrowed & Bagged, and Stacking the Shelves.
On the blog
This week I talk about whether or not teens want to read classic books???
I review Hollow City by Ransom Riggs (book 2 for Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children).
I talk about a beautiful graphic novel Will O the Wisp by Tom Hammock
Video Game review!!! Lego Marvel Super Heroes
When all the books come into the library at once !
Around the Blogospere
Charlene at Bookish Whimsy talks about Author Review Requests and does an incredible job of charting it out.
International Book Giving Day just so happens to fall on Valentine's Day this year!
The Hopeful Heroine discusses Judging genres, this week talking about Young Adult Guide to Fantasy (with a great chart).
I consider myself a Fangirl and here is a post all about it by Blue Sky Bookshelf!
I found the most creative book blog that has fun lego art.. check out My Friends are Fiction!
101 books does all NFL teams reimagined as famous authors!
JK Rowling admits that Harry and Hermione should've been a couple! Holy smokes.. I am mind blown!
Since the Super Bowl is this weekend (with my favorite team the Denver Broncos) thought I would share this funny video!
Books Books Books
I am actually reading my first indie book this week. A guy who works with my mom wrote a book and she told him I have a blog and a group I moderate on goodreads so he passed it my way. It's called Niall and the Irish Pirates by Daniel Duffield. Since it's my first time reviewing a book like this I am a little nervous about talking about the things I don't like. I also am going to read The Book of a thousand and one night for my Project Disney next week.
What about your week? How is it going?
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