Let’s talk bookish: should readers read books that aren’t for their target age?

Another week of school is done, I have a school volleyball tournament (midnight tournament it’s called), where the graduates play against each other, all sorted into their maths classes… Thankfully, I only have to cheer and dress up, so that’s half as bad as embarrassing me infant of the whole class…

Anyways, it’s time for Let’s talk bookish hosted by Rukky @ Eternity Books and today I’ll be discussing whether readers should read books that aren’t for their target age!

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Let’s talk bookish: are TBR’s necessary to be considered a reader/blogger?

It’s Friday again (my exams are finally done) and I am super happy to take part in Let’s talk bookish hosted by Rukky @ Eternity Books again! Today I’ll be discussing whether a to be read list is necessary to be considered a reader or blogger!

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Let’s talk bookish: poorly/under represented characters & tropes!

First of all, I wish to apologize for being so inactive lately! Exam week is coming up and I just haven’t found the right balance between school, reading and blogging yet (tragically, my main focus has been school lately haha). Anyways, I know I’m late to write this, but here’s this week’s Let’s talk bookish hosted by J.R. @ Eternity Books  and today’s topic is poorly/under represented characters & tropes!

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Let’s talk bookish: star ratings – are they fair or necessary?

It’s Friday again and today I will be discussing one of the most controversial book topics I have ever come across – is it really fair or necessary to rate books giving stars? Let’s talk bookish is a weekly meme hosted by  J.R. @ Eternity Books where each Friday, a bookish topic is discussed!

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