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How to help the reader community (because readers could use some help, too)

People say reading is a lonely hobby (and in a certain way, they’re right). However, to have a good and healthy reading experience most times you need something more than just sitting in your favorite corner with a book and dive into the story. Readers should support other readers, and I’m really grateful to be… Continue reading How to help the reader community (because readers could use some help, too)

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Reader stereotypes: Myths vs. Reality

Hey everyone! Today I’m bringing you another discussion post because apparently ranting is what I love to do here in this blog. But before, I wanted to catch up on what’s going on in my reading life lately… since I know not everyone is going to be interested, if you couldn’t care less about that… Continue reading Reader stereotypes: Myths vs. Reality

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DISCUSSION: Latinxs in literature – what white authors got wrong

Today I feel like ranting so that’s exactly what I’m going to do.So here’s the thing –I only started reading #OwnVoices books and focusing on that movement back in January of this year, when I did some research and discovered this was a thing. Start reading OV books was one of the best decisions I’ve… Continue reading DISCUSSION: Latinxs in literature – what white authors got wrong

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DISCUSSION: The Negative Reviews Dilemma and Reviewer’s Reliability

Hello everyone! Today I’m bringing another discussion post. This time I want to talk about reviews, and discuss whether it’s good or bad to post negative reviews on a blog, plus reviewer’s reliability and how both topics correlate. I have seen many bloggers struggle with this, so I’ll share my opinion and I hope to… Continue reading DISCUSSION: The Negative Reviews Dilemma and Reviewer’s Reliability