Thoughts on Dystopian Books

Looking at my bookshelf and lists of books I have read in the past, I realized that a lot of them are dystopian. This post is really late, because all of these books have been out for a while, but I thought it’d be interesting to write about my opinion on dystopian books. 🙂

First of all, I have to answer the question, what is dystopian? Before writing this, I knew the meaning, but if you asked for a definition I couldn’t give you an exact one. After Googling it (because Google is the best 😉 ) I decided I like the Merriam-Webster definition best.

Dystopia: an imaginary place where people lead dehumanized and often fearful lives.

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Relatable Bookish Problems

Let’s be honest. Being a bookworm is much more than just five star reviews, photogenic books, and discount bookstores. There are plenty of bookish problems that we all can relate to. 😉

I was inspired to do this post by Lilah’s list of bookworm troubles (you should go read hers, too), and I am excited to share the problems I’ve come up with (in no particular order)! 🙂

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Make Summer 2017 the Best One Yet!

Summer! It’s here!

In fact, it’s been summer for a while now. I love summer, and not just because we don’t have school. 😉 The best part about it is that I have countless hours to just do whatever I want.

I always set high expectations for summer and any other breaks from school. And I don’t always meet these expectations (even though I always tell myself this time I will). And this time, I really am going to try succeed. Today I will be sharing my tips for having a summer where you walk away feeling relaxed and energized instead of looking back and thinking, why did I waste so much time.


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The Would-You-Rather Book Tag

Hello everyone! Recently I was tagged by Sarah over at Between the Pages to participate in a tag she created herself, and I’m excited to be doing it. Would-You-Rathers + books? I’m in! 😉

Before we get started, a big thank you to Sarah for the tag! I love her blog and I encourage you to all go check out it. Here’s the link to her blog, and the link to her post. Now, let’s get started!

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