Recently (and I'm sure you've heard this from me a few times let alone our entire universe), I've been struggling with reading. I'm more attached to my phone than my book and usually those outcomes are never good. Mostly because when I'm attached to my phone over a book, I'm reading about the news. I'm [...]
Happy October, everyone! Every fall, I dedicate the seasons finally cooling down and entering winter with some great fantasy reads. Personally, I've been calling it "Fall Fantasy." I don't dedicate my entire TBR to reading fantasy books, but there's always an emphasis to read the fantasy books I've been meaning to read. There's always a [...]
Today I'm sharing a new feature to my blog: Patreon Picks. Every couple of weeks, I'll be asking my patrons on Patreon what blog post they would like to see. I shared a few different suggestions and they all voted. And the votes are in. This week's Patreon Picks is a look at how I pick my monthly TBR. I just recently shared my TBR for September too, but excited to get into the details on how I decide which out of the dozens of books I want to read. If you liked this post and would love to participate in Patreon Picks, head over to my Patreon page and join the Simone and Her Books community!
Big books. Chonkers. Doorstoppers. They come in various names, but the one thing we all love about them is that there's a lot of story. And somehow, I do. I've read many big books and don't really shy away from them. From character-driven literary fiction novels to epic fantasies filled with tons of world building [...]
This August marks the fourth year I've been on bookstagram and blogging about books. It's been such an incredible ride thus far and I wanted to take a moment to reflect on this experience. When I first started making bookish content for the Internet, I was in a way different space than I am today. [...]
Recently, I started asking fun questions to my bookstagram followers to see their opinions and thoughts on book related topics. I conducted my first survey over the weekend asking the question: Do you read faster or slower on an e-reader? Background I don't know about you, but I've been reading a lot on my e-reader [...]