My Favorite Place to Interact With the Book Community, Books that Everyone Should Read, & more

Hello, friends!

Today, I’m doing the Awesome Blogger Award, which Marie @ Drizzle & Hurricane Books very kindly nominated for. (If you’re not following Marie yet, what are you doing??)


The award was created by Maggie @Dreaming of Guatemala. This is an award for the absolutely wonderful writers all across the blogging world. They have beautiful blogs, are kind and lovely, and always find a way to add happiness and laughter to the lives of their readers. That is what truly defines an awesome blogger.

Rules

  • Thank the blogger who nominated you
  • Credit the creator
  • Tag this post with #AwesomeBloggerAward
  • Answer all the questions given to you
  • Nominate some people
  • Write 10 questions for them to answer

What’s an underrated read you’d recommend EVERYONE to read?

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just look at the tagline!

Sick Kids in Love by Hannah Moskowitz!! I’m usually wary about saying “everybody should read this book,” because I know not every book is for everyone. But I feel like everybody could benefit from reading Sick Kids in Love. Its representation (which I’m 99% sure is own voices) is stellar. As a healthy person, reading it made me so aware of my privilege, and there are probably many nuances to the representation that I couldn’t catch.

Besides the diversity, this is a delightfully cute love story that achieved the perfect balance between cheesy and realistic. I loved seeing the main characters, who definitely aren’t perfect, grow with each other.


Do you like book series, or do you prefer standalone reads?

STANDALONES!!! I feel like most people would have a hard time answering this question, but I didn’t lmao.

I know that some books work best as series, but I still hate having to wait for sequels to come out, and having to worry about whether or not I remember enough from the previous book/s. I just want to have a satisfying story arc without having to read multiple books. 🥺


What are some of your favorite book-to-movie (or tv show!) adaptations?

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I haven’t read the book, but I love Little Women (2019) so much.


Do you have any reading goals for this year?

I did a whole post on my 2020 goals, including my reading goals, so you can check that post out if you want the full list!

But mainly, I want to read 100 books, because I set my Goodreads challenge to that number, and I do not take my Goodreads challenge lightly, haha. I also want to make a sizable dent in my TBR. It’s at about a hundred books right now, and I’m hoping to get it to half that number by the end of the year.


What’s your favorite thing about your book blog? TIME TO SHOWER YOURSELF WITH LOVE.

To be honest, I love my book blog. I know it’s not perfect, but my favorite thing about it is the fact that it’s improved so much since I started it.


What’s your favorite place to interact with the bookish community? (comments, Twitter, Instagram…)

Instagram can be ruled out of this, because I don’t have Bookstagram. 😂

Twitter replies are easy to respond to because they’re so short. I also love using Twitter’s direct message function. However, I often get anxious about checking my Twitter replies (I don’t know why), and I hate how fast-paced Twitter is at times.

So, this one goes to comments. Blog post comments usually carry more substance, and though that makes it harder for me to respond to them, I love having insightful discussions with people.


Do you have a favorite song?

I don’t think I have one, but right now listening to Wu Ji from the Chinese drama The Untamed’s soundtrack makes me emo…


What are some of your favorite bloggers (bookish or not)?

If I follow your blog, it’s a fave already, trust me.

But I can’t list all 100+ blogs I follow, so instead, here’s a too short list of bloggers that deserve more followers (and I don’t think I’ve shouted out before):

Chana and Malka @ Paper Procrastinators 🌿 Rukky @ Eternity Books 🌿 May @ My 1st Chapter 🌿 Nish and Ngoc @ Nish and Ngoc’s Book Nook 🌿 Vera and Sabrina @ Wordy and Whimsical 🌿 Belle @ Belle Can Read 🌿 Daria @ Bookaholic’s Therapy


If you could live any place in the world, imaginary or not, where would it be?

I’d live in London!! I’ve been in love with the place for years, which is a weird thing to say because I haven’t even visited it yet, but hopefully one day


Describe your perfect reading nook!

Maybe something like this?

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I’m nominating anyone who wants to do this to answer Marie’s questions! (Sorry to be that person, but my brain isn’t working right now.)

What’s your favorite place to interact with the bookish community? Do you prefer standalones or series? What’s your favorite book-to-movie adaptation?

55 thoughts on “My Favorite Place to Interact With the Book Community, Books that Everyone Should Read, & more

  1. !!! I LOVE Sick Kids in Love and got so excited at your mention of it. I love Isabel and Sasha so much and I neeed to get a copy of it so I can reread it! And ughhh I love standalones so much, it’s one reason why I can’t read so many fantasy books, because they’re so long it hurts. I’ve heard so much about Little Women but I’ve neither read the book or watched the movie, they both look so intimidating :(( Also, you are crushing your reading challenge!! And omg I would love to read somewhere like that, I always just read on my bed but it gets boring sometimes 😭

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    1. Yesss, someone who is not sleeping on Sick Kids in Love!! I love to see it, and I hope you can get a copy soon!
      Okay, fantasy is my fave genre, but I do think that we need more fantasy standalones 😂 this is why I can’t start many popular adult fantasy series—I have to wait years before the series to complete :(( I’m not at all interested in the Little Women book, but the movie is so wholesome, and then actors did such a good job of portraying their characters!
      thank you so much!! I’m happy reading anywhere that’s comfortable, but I love the idea of a reading nook. hopefully someday 😭

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  2. I loved reading your answers, Caitlin! 🥰 I have heard so many amazing things about Sick Kids in Love, I definitely have to check it out sometime 😊 I also love chatting to people in the blog comments the most – kind of old-fashioned, but it always feels special to me and nicer than Twitter tbh 😅

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    1. Thank you!! I hope you can check out Sick Kids in Love—it’s such an important yet feel-good novel. Yes!! The interactions I get from blog posts comments are way more genuine, authentic, & insightful than in any other bookish platform. I’m glad you agree!

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  3. I seem to keep seeing Sick Kids In Love mentioned lately!! And I think probably series? Tbh it depends on the book but a lot of my favourites are series so I guess that answer makes sense. Plus when I finish a standalone I quite often want more 😂

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    1. Haha, I hope that convinces you to read it :””) Oh your reasons for preferring series are valid! Most of my favorite books are from series too—it’s just that usually, the last installment isn’t as good as the rest, which is pretty disappointing. I don’t think I’ve ever read a series where the last book was my favorite, and I also can’t stand it when authors announce that they’re continuing a series that was originally finished, whether they “had more story to tell” or not ://

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      1. I do plan to ☺️ and that’s true, disappointing series endings are so frustrating. I don’t think there are many that have majorly let me down but I don’t think any finales were my favourites either. Ah that must be annoying for you at the moment then as it seems to be happening a lot. I like it, depending on the outcome. It’s terrible if it lessens the original series though.

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  4. Ooh loved all these answers!! Sick Kids in Love gives me Five Feet Apart vibes and I want to read it really badly now 😂 also London would be pretty amazing to live in.. not going to lie. And your ideal reading nook looks like heaven 🤩🤩

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  5. Caitlin!! Thank you for mentioning me 🥺💕!! I completely agree that blog comments are the best place to chat with people. Everything is too fast on other social media platforms, and I’m too scared to DM people HAHA 😅. And YES, standalones are better than series, easy answer 😂. Series low key stress me out 😅. I really need to watch the Little Women movie! But speaking about movies – I just watched A Werewolf Boy, and I really liked it! It didn’t make me cry 😅, but the ending was definitely bittersweet 🥺. I also really loved the song the main character sang 💗. Thank you for the recommendation 😄!

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    1. Of course!! Omg, yes, Twitter is so intimidating sometimes. & I’m super scared to DM people too! I’ve had lots of great conversations through DMs though 🥺 I’m so glad you agree! and I hope you can watch Little Women soon—it’s so wholesome. Ahh, I’m so glad you watched A Werewolf Boy! I think I cried because I was so attached to the two MCs and their relationships 😅 I totally see how others wouldn’t cry, but I’m so happy you enjoyed it!!

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  6. I’m with you that I prefer standalones, especially since series are such a commitment! Plus I have a terrible memory and always forget what happened between books 😅
    Ooh, I also loved Little Women 💚
    And yes, I agree that comments are my favorite place to interact with people 😊 Twitter stresses me out at times too, and it feels much easier to have a conversation – especially one not limited by characters – in comments (wow, I sound like a crotchety old man)
    Ahhh I would love to live in London too!! 😭 I studied abroad there a few years back and I’ve been dying to return ever since. I hope we’re both able to go someday!!

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    1. Ah, same!! Also, I just suck at remembering to pick up sequels 😅
      I’m really glad you loved Little Women! yes, I love how it’s a little quieter in blog comments, and since there’s no character limit, the conversations are more insightful. Omg, i’m so jealous that you were able to study in London :(((( I really wanna study there, but my parents will never agree lmao. I hope we can both go too ❤

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  7. All your answers were amazing! Twitter also makes me nervous so I mostly just see what everyone else is doing and like everything 😂 I do love the bookstagram community though, and I really like taking bookish photos as well so that’s a nice hobby I guess. That reading nook is so dreamy! I’d love to have something like that someday.
    I couldn’t agree more with wanting to live in London. I’ve been dying to go visit & explore it ever since I have memory. I hope I’ll be able to go there someday.

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    1. thank you!! omg same. i never interact with my timeline even tho i want to. i mostly just like 😂 ah, i don’t have bookstagram, but i’m constantly debating whether i should start one! the community there seems lovely, & i’d love to be on another bookish platform, but i also don’t own a lot of physical books, and i know that taking photos will take SO much time 😤
      Same :((( It’s my dream place, and I’ll die happy if I just get the visit once. Hope we can do it ❤

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  8. Hi, Caitlin, so I might love you. End comment.

    Jk
    I,,, wanna read Sick Kids In Love SO BAD ugh. It’s not out in my country though. But it sounds SO GOOD?!?!

    Also though, I am slowly killing myself by not watching Little Women. I wanna wait and read the book but I’m also on the verge of just watching and reading it afterwards since I have already watched the 90s adaptation and I know what happens. A DILEMMA I TELL YOU

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    1. i’m 🥺🥺🥺 LOVE YOU!!

      ahhh, i’m sorry! hope it can be available in SA soon ❤ and it is really good!! so, so important too. i hope you can read it soon!

      i have no desire to read classics 😅, so i watched that movie with no qualms, but i totally get wanting to read the book first! i guess you should just channel your inner good bookworm & read the book first (unlike me, oops)

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  9. Omg I never thought about all the unnecessary angst & stress I put myself through bc of my love of series??? Like standalones just come in & do a bit of *razzmatazz* & that’s it! Also the skill that it takes to deliver a story perfectly in one go?? 😱Good luck with your GR goal!! I think this is the first year in awhile that I set a reasonable goal for myself – I used to read around 100 but since I started uni again it’s been hard to keep up with that pace 😥

    Blog post comments are my fave way to connect as well! I’ve made so many great friends on here & even met some bloggers IRL! SPEAKING OF, THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR MENTIONING US?!??? 😭💛💛💛 I’m so thankful to have met you, Caitlin! Not only are you a lovely friend, but your blog posts are always *chef’s kiss* 🥰 We don’t deserve you!

    P.S. I 100000% want a window seat when I have my own house – the ULTIMATE reading nook! 😍

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    1. I know!!! I *suck* at remembering to read sequels, and it’s even worse when an author keeps you waiting :(( I know that series take time, but it really is commendable when someone can tell a satisfying story in one book! thank you! ah, I totally get why you lowered your goal—there’s absolutely nothing wrong with that ❤ happy reading ❤

      I'm so glad you agree! the blogging community is so fun to talk to, & ahh, it's so awesome that you actually got to meet blogger in real life! i'm so scared to do it, but maybe someday :") AHHH, WHAT I'M GONNA CRY 😭😭 so, so glad I met you and Nish too!! you guys deserve all the shout-outs and more ❤ ❤ ❤

      Yes, reading near a window just Hits Different 😌😌

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      1. Hahaha right??? I just finished the Diviners series, and I think there was a 2-year wait between some of the books 😨 It’s definitely a commitment!

        Tbh with you, I don’t think I would’ve been brave enough to do it on my own – I had Nish with me! 😛 Awwww well I hope you know we are your biggest fangirls!! 🥰

        💛💛💛

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      2. Omg the diviners is a prime example of why i’m not a fan of series :(( I read the first book ages ago, but had to reread it before reading lair of dreams because i’d forgotten so much. now, i badly need to read before the devil breaks you, but i don’t really have the time. plus, i’ve heard that the finale is disappointing :”(

        ahhh, im so honored 🥺💗💗 i’m you guys’ biggest fangirl too 💛💛💛

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      3. I just finished Before the Devil Breaks You & I gave it a 4 stars – I think Libba Bray does a good enough job with her world building that you don’t really need to re-read the previous books. My main complaint is that the first 2/3 of the book seemed to drag on for aaaages & the resolution felt quite rushed, slightly unrealistic & a bit TOO easy? 😔

        If you loved the rest of the series though, I’d still recommend it! 😊

        Awwww Caitlin you’re too sweet!!! Sending you lots & lots of (social distance appropriate 😂) hugs! 💛

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      4. oh, i totally get that! each book of hers has a villain that gets defeated at the end of the book, so i think that makes it easy to read the sequel without having the best memory of the previous book/s. and that was exactly my problem with lair of dreams :((( like, nothing happened for most of the book, & the only time there was action was at the end. i guess that’s just libba bray’s style. thanks for the heads up! i think knowing that will help me enjoy it more

        ❤ ❤ ❤

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  10. Aww thank you so much for the mention lovely!!
    I completely feel you about standalones. Waiting a whole year to get the next book in a series is an uncomparable kind of torture, and I hate the fact that I will have forgotten what happened in the previous book by then. And sometimes, they just take. so. long. to. get. anywhere! Ugh, I don’t want to read 5 books that are building up to the big event in book 6. I NEED IT NOW!! But yeah, some series work best as series and I would cry if they were crammed into a standalone.
    And yes! I would love love to live in London as well, and I’ve been obsessed with it for the longest time too! I feel like it’s super romantic (why? idk), I love the accent, just the idea of it is amazing and I would absolutely love to live there even though I’ve never been there either loll
    I loved reading this and I hope you’re feeling better ✨❤

    (P.S. I have this nagging feeling that I haven’t yet replied to that comment where we were talking about your WIP, and I’M SORRY! Honestly, I’m probably going to spend today responding to comments and blog hopping. Again, I’m so sorry and I hope it’s going great!!)

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    1. of course! you deserve all the mentions!
      you explained in perfectly, ahh 😭😭 that’s why i try my best not to start series that are still unfinished. but sometimes a series will literally take 10+ years to finish, so i have no choice, but to start it, so i end up forgetting everything that happened in the previous books, ahhhhh. there’s also the fact that I always forget to pick up sequels 😂
      again, you put it perfectly! i have literally never been to London, but i am still in love with the place. it seems so beautiful from all the pictures, and OMG, YES! the accents!! i love British accents so much 🥺
      Thank you so much! I am feeling a lot better, and trying to get back on track with blogging, reading, etc. lol ❤

      ah, it's okay!!! i know how hard it is to keep track of blog posts and comments. just take it easy! i'm rooting for you!! i haven't made as much progress as i would like, and right now i'm taking a break, but i'm excited to get back to my WIP!

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  11. I’m listening to Sick Kids in Love right now (I’m kind of training myself to listen to audiobooks and podcasts while commenting, and while right now my brain is basically falling apart, I do believe in myself, haha.) I’m enjoying it so far, though I’m very close to the beginning. 🙂 I feel you on standalones – I do love series too, but it’s such a great experience to be able to read one single book and get a finished story. Sometimes that’s all I have the motivation for. 😅

    I agree about twitter – I like it, but it’s so incredibly fast-paced and also kind of intimidating for me? I’ve been to London once, and it’s such a beautiful place. I wanted to move to the UK for the longest time, but it’s really unlikely with Brexit and all. *sighs* Thank you SO MUCH for mentioning us. 💜

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    1. I’m so glad, Vera! I think by now you’ve finished it, and I’m excited to know what you thought about it, hehe. Also, I regularly try to listen to an audiobook while commenting, and it never works. Right now, I’m giving my brain some much-needed rest, and simply listening to music while replying to comments 😂 Omg, lack of motivation is the primary reason why I love standalones—I usually don’t have the energy and patience for series…

      Yes, fast-paced and intimidating is the best way to describe Twitter! Ah, I’m so jealous. I’d love to go to London at least once in my life. 🥺 Of course! You and Sabrina deserve all the mentions!

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  12. I do need more standalones in my life because it is kind of exhausting trying to keep up with all the series like I start a book then I need to think I’ve got X many series to finish. But I still love a good series because so much can happen and I love the really slow growth and burns (like take 5 books to realise you have feelings 😉 ) , hahah!!
    I believe in you achieving your goodreads goal. I actually got to move my goal up because I achieved it, it was at 40 but now it is a 60. It should be higher but I really don’t want to NOT get it, yep I’m being a coward, haha !! But you’ve got this !!
    That reading nook looks perfect *heart eyes* I need it !! haha !! And I hope you get to visit/live in London one day !! ❤

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    1. Same, Sophie. The number of series I’ve actually completed is embarrassingly small 😅 WAIT, YES. Feelings that develop over multiple books are the *best*. One of the few reasons why I prefer series, haha! My slow burn loving heart hates it and loves it at the same time
      Thank you! Congrats on reaching your gr goal! You are reading *so much*, and I have no doubt that you’ll be able to surpass 60!
      I need it too lmao 🥺🥺 and thank you!! I really, really hope so :((

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  13. Ooh loved reading your responses! I haven’t read Sick Kids in Love but it sounds really good so I do want to read it!
    I think I prefer standalones as well but I also can’t decide because when I love characters I just want to read more and more about them. No prizes for guessing which book I’m about to mention here but I could read about Kaz and Inej and Wylan and Jesper and Nina and Matthias! for ever. But I’m also so bad at finishing series even when I love the first book. Caraval is one of my faves but it took me several years to get to books 2&3. I also loved Cinder but have I read any of the other Lunar Chronicles books? Nope.
    Completely feel you on blog comments – I love replying to comments and having more in depth bookish discussions but I also find it’s more difficult to get round to them. I definitely need to set up a book twitter so this has just reminded me!

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    1. thank you! hope you can read sick kids in love ❤
      very true! all of my favorite characters come from series, and it's definitely because i got to spend multiple books with them, haha. but i'm just so bad at reading series 🤦🏻‍♀️ i always forget to read the sequels… or the sequels take forever to come out and i end up forgetting everything that happened in the previous book/s. (the other Lunar Chronicles books are good tho! Scarlet is my fave, which is an unpopular opinion, but Cress is the popular fave, haha)
      Yes, you summed it up perfectly! (I think you're very good at keeping up with your comments tho 🥺 i can't relate…) and I saw that you set up book twt! welcome to the community!! it's kinda a trashfire, but i think it'll be better w you in it, haha ❤

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  14. I really need to read Sick Kids In Love – I’ve been recommended it quite a few times now, both indirectly and directly. I’m glad to hear it is on the cute side!
    I used to be such a series person, but I feel like I gravitate much more toward standalones now, so I can relate to your answer for that question! It is nice to have a story over in a single book sometimes – especially when the story isn’t a favourite.
    I relate to your answer for your favourite place to interact with the community too. I love comments and having, as you put it, insightful discussions with people. Though I must admit I take way too long to reply to people and it more often than not makes me more anxious than Twitter, lol.
    My favourite book-to-movie adaptation is Stardust, even though I haven’t read the book, so again, I can relate to your response for that question haha.
    Also, thank you so much for shouting out Wordy and Whimsical. It’s an honour!

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    1. I’m so glad you want to read it! It’s definitely cute—but so, so important too ❤
      Yes!! I just suck at reading sequels, which is why I prefer standalones, haha. & I rarely feel the need to continue most series anyway if I rate the previous book/s 3 stars or below 🤷🏻‍♀️
      Yes, the discussions I have in the blogosphere are super in-depth compared to the ones on other social media. But I do get anxious about blog comments, especially if someone I really admire commented on one of my posts 😅 Don't worry about taking a long time to reply! I'm sure everyone understands!! (I take a long time to reply too..)
      Of course! you guys deserve all the shout-outs! and I've only heard of the book Stardust 🤔 i'll definitely have to check out the movie now

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  15. i loved Sick Kids in Love as well – the representation was truly stellar and i’m so glad i picked it up!! and i can definitely relate with blog comments being my favorite way of interaction, the entire book blogging community is so supportive! (i don’t have book Twitter or Bookstagram haha but even if i did i would still love comments on blogs the most 😅) you definitely deserve to love your blog, it’s AMAZING and your posts are always stellar 💖

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    1. i’m so glad that you love it 🥺 Sick Kids in Love deserves all the support! Yes, other bookish platforms are a little overwhelming and fast-paced! There are little to no trolls in the blogosphere, and everybody takes the time to write insightful comments, I love it ❤
      AHHH THANK YOU SO MUCH 😭😭💖 I'm so, so glad you think so, and your blog is amazing as well!

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  16. ahhhh, london is at the top of my places to visit as well. i’ve been fascinated with it ever since my one direction phase in 2013 (lol), but even though it’s been such a long time, it’s still a city i’d absolutely love to visit.
    also, when it comes to TBR, i will admit: it’s a lot harder than i thought! at the beginning of the year, i said to myself that i’d try my best to read all the books i had on my TBR that were released in 2017 or earlier. but then there are so many new releases coming out that i also want to read and it’s hard to prioritize them! i am wishing you luck on your TRB goals, because i honestly know how hard it can be, hahah.
    and YES, you totally should be the proudest of your improvement and your amazing blog. 💞

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    1. ahh, I know!! I’ve never been there, but hopefully one day it works out for us ❤
      i know right 😭😭 I thought I'd be all set by challenging myself to read 50 backlist books at the beginning of the year, but it's not really helping. I am reading a lot of backlist books, but a good chunk are new additions to my TBR. and the books on my TBR still number at around 90 despite my best efforts, because I keep getting new releases 😭😭 Thank you so much!!! 🥺💞💞

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  17. Ahh I love your answers for this so, so much. ❤ I added Sick Kids in Love to my TBR a little while ago and you have me SO PUMPED to read it, I wish I could read it right this very second, it sounds so good. ❤ and I'm so happy to hear you love blog comments, there's something about them that just, makes me all happy and warm inside okay aha I love them ❤

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    1. Thank you, Marie!! I hope you can read Sick Kids in Love soon 🥺 Yes, you described it perfectly! They make me feel so happy & warm, and the conversations I get from blog comments are so much more intimate & insightful than the ones I get on other platforms!

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  18. oh i usually do have a hard time answering series vs standalones but your answer for it makes so much sense!! i think i also like the idea of not having to read multiple books / wait for sequels, but i guess if i love a book a lot, i want to see more of the characters. so here’s me saying i’m indecisive unlike you 😭 also YES to blog comments vs twitter! i think it’s great that i can reply quickly on twitter (to tweets… not dms lmao), but it does get a little overwhelming with its fast pace like you said. and while commenting on posts takes a lot more time/energy, as well as replying to comments, it feels like i’m making more of a connection with the person!!

    great post, caitlin! and i’m so happy that you’re proud of and love your blog, because you should absolutely feel that way 💖💖

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    1. omg i’m usually indecisive, but idk why i’m sure about my answer to the series vs standalones question. i guess it’s just that i can’t think of a single series where my favorite book was the finale, & i must genuinely love a book to be willing to pick up its sequel. 🤷🏻‍♀️ yes, blog posts comments are god-tier!! the conversations i have on wordpress >> everywhere else. can’t lie… the fact that it’s so easy to reply to twitter mentions is a big plus though

      thank you!! 🥺💖💖 you should really feel that way about your blog too, may 💗

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  19. I prefer standalones more too! I’m very bad at keeping up with series and like you mentioned, I don’t like the waiting part. I can handle like duology/trilogy. But more than that, sorry, I need to reconsider 😅

    I also love blog comment! I’m not active on book twitter and although I have bookstagram I like to communicate with the community through blog comment the most! It’s more relaxed for me unlike other fast-paced social media platforms 😊

    For the book-to-movie adaptation… I’d pick Granada TV Holmes! The best Sherlock Holmes TV adaptation I’ve ever watched.

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    1. I KNOW! i have no idea how people can read series with 4+ books while they’re still ongoing 😭😭

      yep, i love how peaceful the blogosphere is compared to other platforms, & i feel like everyone is much kinder! and, ahh, what’s your bookstagram? i recently started there and i’m looking for more people to follow 🥺👉🏻👈🏻

      omg, i’ve never heard of that, but i’ll def have to check that out!

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      1. It’s mindblowing to me. Really 😂

        Right?! Everyone here is so supportive and I feel at ease here commenting on other’s blog posts. Mine is @ainabookishverse (don’t worry I just followed you ✌) but I’m not really that active though. And my pictures aren’t that aesthetically pleasing to the eyes 🙈

        Yes please check it out! I think you can find the whole series on the archive.

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