If you’re looking for something to do in wake of canceled costume parties and treatless doorsteps, I present you with a bookish alternative.
Read if You Dare
Saturday, October 31 | 6PM-Midnight (PST)
This open house style event will be hosted via Twitter. I’ve got lots of fun & games prepared so fellow bookworms and bloggers can mingle, talk about the books we love, and and maybe fit in a little extra reading before the month is over!
If you’re not a fan of horror, no worries! Pick whatever you like to read. You’re still welcome.
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Question of the Day: do you like reading classic novels?
I saw a lot of conversation against blogging around the time I started mine. Podcasts and vlogs were beginning to overthrow the humble blog in terms of activity and general interest. Blogging was to be considered passé. Despite this resounding death knell, I got up my nerve, collected the smattering of harebrained plans, pipedreams, and vague inspiration from my notebooks, and signed up for a WordPress account without any real plan on how I’d use it.
Call me contrary, but I’ve found blogging to be hugely rewarding. Today, I thought I’d share some pros of venturing into the blogosphere, based on my experience.
Whether you’re new to the blog scene, looking to revitalize an old one, or simply need some inspiration to keep it up, I hope this post encourages your inner blogger.
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It feels as though September was in constant motion. To Do lists to conquer, deadlines to meet, things to create, and plans to be made. I love staying busy, but sometimes it means having a little less to say here.
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Question of the Day: what was your very first introduction to portal fiction?
Question of the Day: do you own a signed copy of a book?
Question of the Day: which classic book have you recently revisited?
August provided me with opportunities to try new and slightly-scary things, as well as a chance to reconnect with my past self. I don’t know if it’s the desert heat or the adrenaline, but I’m coming into a new month all fired up. Before I get too busy with a fresh month, let’s take a moment to recap…
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