Lately, I have read and listened to multiple conspiratory theories about "ebooks dying", so I wanted to ask around if people thought that it was true or not. Happily, I got some reassurance that we are good and that ebooks are still a thing. (Thank God because I have like 55 yet to read). Then,… Continue reading Not so good arguments on why paper books are better than ebooks
Hello book royalists! Here I come with a controversial topic! To be honest, I am not sure if this is even a real controversial topic! But, I would like to know your opinion! Should we lend books to others? Should we borrow books? I usually don't lend books because not everybody will take care of… Continue reading Borrowing or lending books: the struggle!
Okay! So this is a new year, new goals, new hopes, new beginnings, and a lot of promises that escape through our finders because we have so much hope in ourselves and life is just that easy! haha We all are avid readers and users of Goodreads, right? Well, so I have a challenge of… Continue reading Books to read for 2018 – Update on how I did!
You know that I love and... don´t love Goodreads! I am so happy to see my year in books for 2018! and check out how much my year has changed regarding books! I read 16,482 pages across 51 books! contrary to last year ----> Inkish’s Year in Books – According to Goodreads! 2018! So I… Continue reading Inkish’s Year in Books – According to Goodreads! 2018
should I feel guilty for not finishing a book, what is DNF? Hello book royalists! I am not happy about this post but I feel no regrets nor remorse. I am sure I am not the only one that has this issue going on from time to time XD So let's see which books I… Continue reading Books I DNF this year!
It is the end of the year and I was nominated by this award and tag! I haven't done one of this in a long time. I was nominated by the amazing Cat of the Bookshelf, and you can find her answers here. The Out of This World Blogger Award celebrates the exceptional work being done… Continue reading Out of this World Blogger Award
Hello book royalist!! I have come here to ask a question... a very important question! Which one?? Now, to explain better... we are looking to share small pieces of content with you all, and we want to know what is the best way to share it, post it, and let you all know. It would… Continue reading For small content consumption… which one?
Masaji Ishikawa, memoir, North Korea, Japan, escape from North Korea, communism, hope, love, family, South Korea. Tech Summary: Read from August 8, 2018, to Augusts 15, 2018. Hello book royalists! Okay, so this is the second installment I have read since I signed up for Kindle Unlimited, and I am so happy and sad that… Continue reading “When you find yourself caught in a crazy system dreamed up by dangerous lunatics, you just do what you’re told.” ― Masaji Ishikawa, A River in Darkness: One Man’s Escape from North Korea
goodreads, what to read, book reviewer, books, bookworm, book addict, book lover Hello, my book dragons! It’s me again! 🙂 Okay, so I keep going through my To-Read list! I am always keeping an eye on this… I am a sale hunter XD I still hope to see one of this on sale XD I… Continue reading TBR – Goodreads #4 – what is in your TBR?
indie review, unbiased, self-publishing, reviewer, free review, pay review, indie publishing A delivery of a farfetched story. Aleksander Minkowski prescribes us a welter tale of teenagers looking for the love of their lives, their home, and their sanity which lies hidden in ancient legends and strained mysteries - Inkish Kingdoms Hello, my book royalists! Storytime:… Continue reading Indie Book Review: Slipstreams of hope by Aleksander Minkowski