Hello, interwebs! Man, it feels like it's been a long time. Grad school is in full gear, and I feel I haven't visited Bookpress in a while, but here I am! Today is another prompt from Pages Unbound as part of their Classic Remarks meme. This is my third time participating in the post, but… Continue reading Favorite Austen Adaptation | Classic Remarks
As a Nerdfighter and resident of the internet, I would be remiss if I were not to post a shout-out to the Project for Awesome today! For those of you who don't know, the P4A is a YouTube charity event hosted by the Vlogbrothers (John and Hank Green). The idea is to make videos for… Continue reading Project for Awesome 2015
To continue from my previous post (if EXTRA confused, try reading this), here is my days 4-7 wrap-up from BookTubeAThon. Here we go: Paper: An Elegy by Ian Sansom: This was another two-for-one challenge, as it was the book I last acquired (at the moment I planed my TBR, anyway), and the author has the same… Continue reading BookTubeAThon: Days 4-7
It is over! My first year participating in the BookTubeAThon was a complete success! I thought that I wouldn't be able to read all 7 books this week because I would be working on school stuff, but who am I kidding?? I've still got 10 days before I have to start teaching, and everyone knows… Continue reading BookTubeAThon: Days 1-3
As many of you know, I love me some YouTube. Though I am not a BookTuber and don't post videos on my YouTube, I will be participating in the BookTubeAThon 2015! If you have no idea what this is, check out: The YouTube channel The Twitter The Instagram They recently announced the hosts and challenges… Continue reading BookTubeAThon 2015!
All I Know Now: Wonderings and Reflections on Growing Up Gracefully by Carrie Hope Fletcher. Sphere, 2015. I pre-ordered All I Know Now from Amazon UK because the book's author, Carrie Hope Fletcher, is one of the Youtubers I subscribe to. When I ordered it, all I knew (heheh) about the book was that it… Continue reading Review: All I Know Now
The Underground Storyteller by Alex Day. Alex Day, 2014. The concept of this book can be summed up very quickly: A guy decided that he wanted to stop at every single station on the London Underground and wrote a book about his experience. As you may or may not know, Alex Day is a famous… Continue reading Review: The Underground Storyteller
Recently, I've become fascinated with books written by Youtubers I enjoy. It all started when I heard that Hannah Hart had written a book version of her show, "My Drunk Kitchen." Since then, I've done some searching as to what other Youtubers have books out and have started to read more. Here is my list,… Continue reading Books by Youtubers