I Designed a Book Adaptation Streaming Service // attempt #3 at getting producers to notice our woes

Contrary to the title, I would not go as far as creating an actual streaming service! Do you know how much work that would require?

I would probably need money. And people. And connections. All of which I do not have yet.

No, I actually did this for a college project! This project was submitted at the beginning of May 2020, but 😅 I kept putting off this post until now!

June + July Wrap Up // in which i pretend like nothing happened but i’m actually proud of myself

Time is a strange thing. Let’s just pretend I read 20 books this month and assume I finished my goals. 😌

This year has truly been like no other. The one great constant in my blogging life has been the fact that I am constantly working on something bookish! Whether it was blogging, writing my WIP, taking pictures for bookstagram, or scrolling through book twitter, I was constantly doing something these past two months.

Edit Digital Covers in Photos Like a PRO // bookstagram secrets part ii emergency update

Hello, I am a regular person and I am constantly improving! What a wonderful thing!

I am… almost deeply embarrassed that I gave you that previous post and that this one is even better. Almost.

Less than a month ago, I posted about how to edit digital book covers for your bookstagram from a free phone app, and at that point in my life, I was 95% positive that I had discovered one of the book world’s best kept secrets. But oh no! Here I am with LIFE CHANGING editing advice!

How Book Blogging Has Changed My Life

I started blogging almost two years ago, and it has definitely changed a lot about the way I live my life.

I’ve always been a reader, but honestly? I didn’t know there were people on this earth who read 100+ a year until I joined this corner of the internet. I thought that was impossible! I would have laughed in your face if you told me that was a thing! But now I am simply in awe. 😌 There are so many things about this community that surprised me when I started, but that was probably one of the first.