This has been a topic that’s been in the back of my mind for a long time. I have no clue whether this is going to be controversial or not, but either way it is something I’ve wanted to talk about and explore for a long time. The topic I’m going to be discussing today is whether sex should be taboo in YA novels?
With recent developments in my life I thought this topic would be perfect for this weeks Ramblings post. In case you’ve missed it I started my first “grown up” job this past week and let me tell you – it was tiring and what’s even worse is I had no time to blog or read. Now I’m not unhappy about my job, but I am a little upset that I don’t have time for my two favourite hobbies. So the question I want to explore is whether You can run a successful blog and have a full time job at the same time?
As a book blogger you have looked at your stats once or twice or a few times. You’ve analysed them to see what posts your readers like and which of those don’t gain as much traffic; upon doing so you might have realised that book reviews are some of the posts that don’t attract that many views/likes in comparison to some of your other posts. So this brings me to today’s discussion post topic – Are we too lazy to read reviews or is it something else?
So this is another topic I’ve been sitting on for quite some time. Some of you reading this might be thinking that the answer to this question is quite obvious and some of you have already made up your mind when it comes to counting re-reads. But is it really that simple? Let’s see ♡ Continue reading “Ramblings | Should re-reads count towards your yearly Goodreads goal?”
I’ve been debating this topic for quite some time now and I’m pretty sure it’s going to be pretty controversial. I’m sure some of you are going to think that I’m completely daft, but I’m also positive that some of you will be in total agreement with me. So here goes nothing ♡
I haven’t written a discussion (or as I like to call them – Ramblings) post in forever, so forgive me if this is a little bit rusty. This topic actually came to me yesterday when I read an interesting article about Why Readers Stop Reading and it got me thinking about why I’ve DNFed books in the past.