5 Awesome Book Bloggers

Hello, friends! Today I will be sharing with you 5 AWESOME book bloggers who I personally think are well, awesome. *I recently lost my big book of adjectives* Please note that these are in no particular order and even if you are an awesome book blogger, I may not have put you on my list. But you are still totally awesome!

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A Purpose of Winged Dogs

This is just a really fun blog to read and I totally recommend it! *Radio talk show voice* So fly on over to…*drumroll* A Purpose of Winged Doggos!

Why I Don’t Have Favorite Authors

What You Can Learn From Bad Books-Grow as a Reader and Writer

How to Get Out of a Reading Slump

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Dreamy Reads

Every single post that I read from Dreamy Reads has been hilarious! Aditi is very witty and her blog theme is adorable! What’s not to love?

Why Readers Should be Respected (Because we rule the World DUH!)

Stuff I Want Other Bloggers to Teach Me (ft. Me being salty???)

The Stages of being a part of a Fandom ft. SCREAMING and CRYING

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Blossoms and Bullet Journals

If you read my blog often, you know that I am a super amazing professional bullet journaler. Fine, I’ve only written one post about it but I still think bullet journals are awesome! (So is Annie) So if you like bullet journaling (and books too, of course) then you should totally check out Blossoms and Bullet Journals!

Bookstores vs. Libraries vs. E-books | The Great Debate

Plan With Me | Bullet Journal Setup for May 2018

How to Read More | 8 Tips for Making Reading a Priority

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What Lexie Loves

I stumbled across this blog quite a while ago, and have been a reader ever since! Lexie does all sorts of fun things – lifestyle, book reviews, and everything in between!

Top 5 Family-Friendly Restaurants Around The World

Extroverts Can Be Socially Anxious

Memorable YA Books of 2017 Recap

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And last but certainly not least…

Peeking Through a Kaleidoscope

Carol posts about books, poems, short stories, and the struggles of being homeschooled. And she has a BEAUTIFUL blog theme. How do you do it Carol?

6 Lies About Homeschooling // Things You Should Never Say To Homeschoolers

25 Things You Can Do This Summer // Ideas For Your Bucket List

Cameras and Pens Challenge 2018 // Sign-Ups + Info & Updates

  • I signed up to participate in this challenge and it sounds really fun! (I REALLY want to be on #team_strawberry)
  • If you would like to participate in this challenge, click the link, READ THE FULL POST and comment down below to sign up!

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Thank you so much for reading this post! Do you know any of these awesome book bloggers? Who’s your favorite book blogger? (Besides yourself haha gotcha) Have you read any of the posts I linked to? Let me know down in the comments section.

Keep on booking,

-Katie K

Top 5 Bookish Struggles (WISvsWIF edition)

Hello! Today I am going to be listing my top 5 bookish struggles that all bookworms can relate too, WISvsWIF edition. (What I Say v.s. What I Feel)

WARNING, SPOILER ALERT: Being a true bookworm is a lot harder that it looks

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1. When people ask you your favorite book, they expect you to pick just one

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What I say: *lists every single book I’ve ever read*

What I feel deeeep down inside: I have tons of favorite books, want to hear all of them and then read them so we can fangirl over them? Cool, great, here they are!

  • Dragon Rider by Cornelia Funke
  • Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoinex by J.K. Rowling
  • The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill
  • A Wrinkle In Time by Madeline L’engle
  • The Invention of Hugo Cabret by Brain Selznick
  • Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson
  • More in counting!

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2. When people tell you that you ‘read too much’

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What I say: *keeps reading, doesn’t make eye contact, but close to tears*

What I feel deeeep down inside: HOW DARE YOU.

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3. Or when they tell you that they don’t like to read

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What I say: *attempts to nod head to indicate that you respect their opnion but ends up making the you’re-a-weirdo-face*

What I feel deeeep down inside: *however a human being feels after eating 10 coachroaches*

(Probably not very good…)

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4. When a movie based on a book gets everything wrong and you’re just sitting in the audience like

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What I say: *chokes on popcorn and spills soda*

What I feel deeeep down inside: *slow claps* That was the best movie ever-except you left out all the important characters, plot twists, and scences. Also, the characters don’t look like how they were described in the books at all. Otherwise, it was fine. Just great.

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5. When there are no good books left to read

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What I say: *Desperately searches bookshelf*

What I feel deeeep down inside: What am I going to do with my life?

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Thank you for reading this post and if you haven’t already, follow my blog! Leave me a comment on what you struggle with as a bookworm.

Keep on booking,

-Katie K