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National Library Week 2020

Hey all, Dani here. It is National Library Week, which means it is time to celebrate all the libraries and librarians out there for all the great services they provide. And yes, we should be celebrating these people and places year round--obviously most of us book lovers do--but this is a special week hosted by… Continue reading National Library Week 2020

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Discussion: Supporting the Book Community

Hey all, Dani here. Obviously we all know that there is so much going on in the world right now, so I don't really need to get into that aspect of today's post, but now more than ever is the time to support artists, support writers, support bloggers, support vloggers, support indie bookstores, support big… Continue reading Discussion: Supporting the Book Community

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Discussion: Recommended Age Ranges

Hey all, Dani here. I am so ready for the weekend. I'm tired of having to go in to work, and worrying because there are so many people who are disregarding the mandate to stay 6 feet apart from each other, and I've seen some people sneaking past the mandatory temperature check areas. It's immensely… Continue reading Discussion: Recommended Age Ranges

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Discussion: Bookish Love in a Time of COVID-19

Hey all, Dani here. So today's post might end up being a bit shorter than the rest of my discussion posts lately. I had to rearrange my blog schedule a little bit to squeeze this post in, but I think it is incredibly worth disrupting my schedule. We've had a lot of schedule disruptions here… Continue reading Discussion: Bookish Love in a Time of COVID-19

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Discussion: Read Outside Your Comfort Zone

Hey all, Dani here. I think I really need to try to come up with a list of bookish discussion topics. Honestly, about 85% of the time I put off writing my bi-weekly discussion posts until the last minute because I just don't know what I want to write about. This is probably one of… Continue reading Discussion: Read Outside Your Comfort Zone

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Weekend Writer: The Kobold Guide to Worldbuilding – Part Three

Hey all, Dani here. I have felt so tired all weekend, probably because I just haven't slept well. So I've been pretty much operating off of regular indulgences of coffee to keep me going because it has also been a busy weekend. Is it sad that I'm already looking forward to next weekend because it… Continue reading Weekend Writer: The Kobold Guide to Worldbuilding – Part Three

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Discussion: Book Judgment

Hey all, Dani here. So...for today's book discussion, I'm going to call myself out on an issue I personally struggle with. It isn't something intentional or anything, but it's an internal argument I have with myself on a somewhat frequent basis, and that I have to internally work on pretty much all the time. So,… Continue reading Discussion: Book Judgment

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Weekly Wrap-Up (51)

Hey all, Dani here. It has been another decently productive week, though I still kind of wish that I had accomplished a bit more reading in that time. I'm kind of hoping to have some reading and relaxation time this weekend, but we'll see what happens. I admit that I'm also wondering if Damian is… Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up (51)

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Calendar Girls: February 2020

Hey all, Dani here. Welcome back to another very early post for me. Same as with last month, this post is going live while I'm deep asleep, but I want to make sure that all of the participants in Calendar Girls can link to my post as soon as possible, so why not have this… Continue reading Calendar Girls: February 2020