Bookstagram Tidbits That Help

This is a popular request, that I’ve gotten so often, it would be a sin if I don’t deliver it! I’m no pro at #bookstagram, but I’ll gladly share with you these few tips ♥️

Camera

First thing first, the camera you’re using to take your pictures determines the quality of your images. That doesn’t mean you’ve to buy a standard camera to take pictures for the ‘gram (all I have ever used for bookstagram over the years are my phones) so just invest in a phone with a good camera because images should always be crisp and clear, instead of blurry and grainy.Read More »

Required Reading in Schools

I graduated from University in 2017, and even still the last time I really had to be worried about Required Reading in school was in late 2013 – early 2014. When I was preparing to write my A-Levels Literature exams. The only required reading I am doing now is for the books/manuscripts I have to read for work, no matter how tedious I find most of them.Read More »

Knowing the Difference Between Reality & Fiction.

If you’re a proud and certified bibliophile like I am, you probably would have been caught on different occasions, especially at places where it “seems” reading can’t possibly occur, and that someone who doesn’t or rarely ever reads, starts up a conversation to you—because bibliophiles are such rare creatures out in the wild 🙄. If this hasn’t happened to you, that doesn’t make you any less of a bibliophile, just this happens a lot to me and I can’t help but believe it happens to others also.Read More »

My Bookworm Problems

I love books, love exploring the different worlds and stories in the pages of books, books are journeys and I love travelling. But with everything thing in life, there are always little problems you can encounter, especially if you’re like me, an introverted bookworm who has immersed herself greatly in the online book community. Without further ado, I present to you, the few problems I have with being a very active bookworm (especially online)

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