Tagged: Reading

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Manga Spice Cafe Review

Let’s be real for a minute; there are hundreds of subscription boxes out there now. That means, in theory, there is something for everyone no matter what their tastes are. However, that being said,...

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Frightening Good Reads

Halloween is approaching and it is a wonderful and fun time. Cozy nights, warm fires, hot chocolate, scary movies, and scary books. In honor of this fabulous holiday here is a list of some...

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World Book Day – Free Books!

UK Iggles probably know about World Book Day, but other Iggles might not – I myself only found out recently that it’s celebrated in the UK and in Ireland pretty much exclusively. So here’s a...

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Books of Gaming: Sci-Fi

Gaming is a powerful way of telling stories to people of all ages and cultures. Games contain beautiful landscapes, creatures, and insightful characters that you love. But did you know about all the book...

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Bookish Fitness Routine

Welcome to Bookish Fitness! This month we aim to help you keep healthy while still enjoying a good book. We are going to set different challenges that you can complete while you are reading!

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Book Review: Girls to the Front

As always, there’s a story behind why I chose this book for this month. March, as many of you know, is International Women’s Month and I wanted my selection(s) to reflect that. That being...

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Book Review: A Place of My Own

You may know Michael Pollan’s name already. He’s that guy who wrote The Omnivore’s Dilemma and a whole slew of other works, none of which I have read, not for a lack of interest...

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Thrift and Books!

Hola!! I am back with another post on thrifting! But first let me ask, how have your thrift adventures been so far? Have you been scoring a lot of items? Today’s topic came upon...

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On the Magnificence of Being a Geek Parent.

I think something parents (hell, adults in general) don’t get enough of is praise. We spend our grown up lives working for/paying for/putting up with other people, and we very rarely get a ‘good job’ or a ‘well done’ or, even scarcer, a *whispers* ‘thank you’. People enjoy nothing more than telling you scare stories or criticising your parenting, well screw them, I’m here to say great job guys, whether you’re a lone ranger or part of your own dynamic duo, being a parent is a damn hard job and you’re doing fine, better than fine you’re FREAKING amazing