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Daily Bookish Challenges Day Four

Day Four: Wednesday, September 17: What are your favourite things about people who love to read and are really passionate about books? Prompts: What are some of the definitive qualities of a booklover? Someone who goes nowhere without a book. Who goes in a bookstore for one book, and leaves with 10. Someone who has their face in a book at any given moment. Someone who just loves to read. Why are books and reading important to you? Reading expands the mind, and takes you to places you can only dream about. They broaden your imagination. The great things about books as opposed to movies is that I can picture that world differently from someone else, while a movie shows everyone the same image. Who are some of your favourite bookish people? These people can be your best friends, someone you admire from afar, an author, celebrity, etc. You can either list them by name and/or include descriptions of these people and why you admire them. My favorite bookish people are some of my closest …

Daily Bookish Challenges | Day Three

Day Three: Tuesday, September 16: Describe your ultimate dream bookstore! Prompts: Where would the store be located? How big (or small) would it be? I would put the bookstore on the corner of a moderately busy street, probably in an old house, with multiple levels. It would be about a medium sized store. What would it look like? What sort of books would it stock? It would have an old charm to it, almost like a used bookstore. I would stock primarily children’s books, ranging from board books to New Adult. Would this bookstore have any extra or special features? For example, it may have a cafe, a bar, etc. I would put a cafè in the store on the second level with a play are for little kids where the parents could relax. What would the staff be like there? Would you want to work there? The staff would be friendly, engaging, recommending tons of books to people. I would definitely work there. Do they sell things other than books? It would mainly be …

Daily Bookish Challenge: Day 2

I am participating in Trees of Reverie‘s Read-A-Thon this month, and with it comes some daily prompts. Introduce us to your favorite author and their books! Stephanie Perkins is one of my new favorite authors! I fell in love hard with all three of these books!   Anna and the French Kiss Lola and the Boy Next Door Isla and the Happily Ever After       I had been on Tumblr for a few weeks, and I kept seeing these books pop up on my dash, so I decided to check them out and see if I liked them. Obviously I did. (Reviews here, here, and here). Here writing is so engaging, and realistic, I fell in love with her heroines. Here are some photos I took while reading the books:

Daily Bookish Challenge: Day 1

I am participating in Trees of Reverie‘s Read-A-Thon this month, and with it comes some daily prompts, so here is the first one. A curfew has been placed on book purchases for the remainder of the year and you are only allowed to purchase TEN more books for the rest of 2014. Which books will you buy? Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggie Stievater Rooms by Lauren Oliver Crown of Midnight by Sarah J. Maas Heir of Fire by Sarah J. Maas The Assassin’s Blade by Sarah J. Maas The Art of Asking by Amanda Palmer Harry Potter Page to Screen: The Complete Filmaking Journey  The Blood of Olympus by Rick Riordan The Impossible Knife of Memory by Laurie Halse Anderon The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern Is there a particular edition you’d prefer? I do not have a preference. I like both paperback and hardcover. Where would you buy your books? I would buy my books at an independent bookstore, otherwise at the other bookstore in town.