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Why You Shouldn’t Rate Books Without Reading Them

OOOooo Hello my lovely reading raccoons! I’m about to rage today 😊

SO! POP QUIZ!
Question 1: What is the quickest way to make Elise want to throw you out a window?
Yes! You in the back with the raised hand!
“Um… insult her favorite character?” You mumble.
WRONG! It’s when people rate books on Goodreads without reading them!

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Why Debut Authors May Stray Away From Risk Taking

Hello my lovely reading raccoons! Today we’re gonna do a little backtracking to a topic which I wrote down on a sticky note a few months ago, but never got to writing about until now. This isn’t some super important discussion, but just a little thought experiment that popped in my head a little while ago. So, “what is this fun thought experiment?” you ask, well it’s all based around the idea of authors taking risks, and how some more popular authors get away with things in novels they would’ve never gotten away with in their debut novel. This of course leads to the trend of debut novels often being safer and less original than an author’s third, fourth, or fifth novels.

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So You’ve Found You Struggle With Blog Hopping? Here Are Some Tips To Help Fix That

AHHH GUYS I’M SORRY THAT I HAVE ABANDONED YOU FOR… *looks at calendar nervously* THE LAST TWO WEEKS… But I’m back now and I’m ready to get back into the blogging game with a fun post about *pause for dramatic effect* well why I’m such a failure as a blogger.

More specifically, I’m here to talk about why I find it hard to blog hop, and what you, and also myself, can do if you struggle making time to blog hop.

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