Favorite Posts 026

Favorite Posts 026

I think this is the only post that I’m going to set up semi early, so I don’t have to worry about it. Oh man I’m exhausted today! I’m curious to know if my boss would let me go home early, but it’s terrible that I can get this tired so quickly. Well… hmm I did wake up kind of early and I did have a hard time sleeping so maybe that’s the reason.

Apparently I’m also not changing anything I wrote back in September because screw it, It can still apply.

  • Charming, Unexpected, and Fun : When You Were Mine by Lisa Swift| Book Review by Yna the Mood Reader: “When You Were Mine just made me realize that you should never really judge a book by the first few pages.”

  • REVIEW: These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong by magical reads (Michelle): “I felt fully immersed in 1926 Shanghai. Gong does a brilliant job of setting the scene without info-dumping about the history or the gangs’ hierarchy. Also, the atmosphere felt dark and gritty yet bright and lively, much like Shanghai itself.”

  • Why You Should Not Read Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris by the bursting bookshelf (Anna): “The Auschwitz Memorial called this book “dangerous and disrespectful to history”. They have fact checked the story (you can see an article about that here) and found innumerable errors. Morris was lazy in her research (for example using modern train maps to describe Lale’s journey, which were not accurate in during WW2) – a trait that is highly dangerous when she’s touting this book as biographical and documentarian in nature.”

  • Book Review: Horrid by Katrina Leno by if there’s a haunted house in it i’ll read it (Amanda): ” I don’t think they were utilized to the fullest and it was disappointing because I wanted to know more about them and we don’t get that.”
  • Overcoming My Top Four Fears by Helen’s Crispy Confessions: “Not a lot of people know that I have a lot of fears. I used to resent this, as I thought that it somehow made me weak. But as I’ve grown older, I’ve realized that there are good things about being scared.”

  • Importance of Taking a Break // Talking about Hiatus, Burnouts and being able to read for yourself by Bookathon (Krisha): “When creating content, burnouts are normal. Continuously churning out new content can get exhausting and at this point it is important to recognize this and take a step back or else it starts to become mentally exhausting.

  • 10 Books I Want More People to Read and Appreciate by Forever and Everly (May): “Most of these have under 5,000 ratings on Goodreads, and it was so depressing to see that some of my absolute favorites had only 2-3,000.”

  • What My Favorite Characters Would Dress As For Halloween by The Bookwyrm’s Den (Sammie): “She even dyed the tips of her hair blue with Kool Aid to match … although, by some twist of fate, it actually looks like a dark green, which she was even happier with.”
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✨Happy Release day to Blazewrath Games by the wonderful @amparo_ortiz✨ Fifteen year old me who drew dragons and made up stories with her friends about them never thought that she would get to read about Puerto Rican dragons. But here we are 🥺🥺 I’m eagerly awaiting for my Abuela to send me my signed copy 😃 If you don’t know what Blazewrath Games is all about check out the synopsis: Lana Torres has always preferred dragons to people. In a few weeks, sixteen countries will compete in the Blazewrath World Cup, a tournament where dragons and their riders fight for glory in a dangerous relay. Lana longs to represent her native Puerto Rico in their first ever World Cup appearance, and when Puerto Rico’s Runner—the only player without a dragon steed—is kicked off the team, she’s given the chance. But when she discovers that a former Blazewrath superstar has teamed up with the Sire—a legendary dragon who’s cursed into human form—the safety of the Cup is jeopardized. The pair are burning down dragon sanctuaries around the world and refuse to stop unless the Cup gets cancelled. All Lana wanted was to represent her country. Now, to do that, she’ll have to navigate an international conspiracy that’s deadlier than her beloved sport. . . . . . . . . #BlazewrathGames #PageStreetPublishing #LatinxLit #BookAesthetic #Bookstagrammer #Bibliophile #Bookish #LatinxBooks #LatinxBookstagram #ShortStory #LatinxLit #BookLover #BookNerd #BookDragon #BookReview #BookGram #BookBlogger #BookBlog

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I adore Natalie so much! Every time she takes pictures for her Instagram, they always look absolutely gorgeous and I just love everything about how she edits her photos and how she takes them. Her captions are great and I just really enjoy her as a person too. If you aren’t following her already, I highly recommend it.

I saw that Kate had a new video up today and it was a book tag! I miss doing book tags, and I miss seeing Kate’s face all over the place, so I was glad to see this video pop up on my feed. If you aren’t following her on Twitter or on Youtube, here’s your chance!

And there we have it, fam! So I’ll be alternating between doing the favorite posts and the mini reviews every other Thursday so that I can be sure I give love to both of those kinds of posts. I miss doing the favorite posts but I know that sometimes I forget to round up the faves every week. This way, I can make sure I can go through them every other week, and also get some mini reviews done every other week too. I think it will work out.

Now, I wonder what’s gonna happen tonight. Boo for work, but hey. It happens. Until next time, friends.

One thought on “Favorite Posts 026

  1. Thank you for sharing my post, Leelynn! And the one about the Tattooist of Aushwitz! I was given that book a couple of years ago, and have always wondered how historically accurate it is. I’ll have to keep the historical inconsistencies in mind when I do read it.

    I hope you’re doing well! 💕


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