|This book started it all. Literally.|
I want to be able to mix the old with the new so I want to try after most of my reviews to write a post on the theme, a particular character, the cover (maybe if not a cover of a new book I discovered). I might just be doing more memes. I love reviewing but I don't think I do much of the posts that are just pure fun for me even if it's not what looks good. I decided before 2013 that I was only going to read 126 books and I'm already at 25. I was supposed to enjoy my books which I have but I rather do it more slowly so I'll read in a way where I'm more satisfied with the way it's done. I can spend more time in that world instead of checking the last page to see how much I have let to go. I hate that I do that. There's also the fact where I feel I read more obscure books before. A lot of them were children books too which I want to start reading even more again. That brings me to the library where I always go but I never peruse anymore. I use Goodreads to discover new books but I miss the excitement of discovering a new book first hand so I would like to be able to do that more. I also wrote back then a lot of updates so it's funny how I'm bringing it all back together here.
I will blend in with the new with of course the new way that I review which is a little more detailed than before as well as how I'm doing all these blog tours. I hope to bring more giveaways to the blog too because I really appreciate all of my followers and I like to win things so I want to give you all the same feeling. I''l stop my rant here. I know I always talk about my blog and things I'm changing so that's why I said bear with me. I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for books that you love that most people don't know about or children's books with great coming of age themes.
My Goals: Enjoy reading more by reading less and write more fun posts.