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Category Archives: writing
Holy snapdragons, Bookwyrms! It’s my 200th post!!! In honor of this momentous occasion, I’ve decided to rrrrrrewind to one of my other favorite 90s kids’ shows, which inspired me to become a lifelong literacy activist. Through the magic of YouTube, … Continue reading
And by Independence Day, I mean the Lithuanian one, of course. The ultimate expression of Lithuania’s year-long 100th anniversary celebration happened the first week of July in Vilnius, and hardcore LT fan that I am, I was there to see … Continue reading
I recently joined Half-Price Books’ mailing list, and just found this in my inbox: You can click on the image for more info, and read the official rules here.
Cross-posted from Insatiable Booksluts. ________________ I like a good literary romance well enough. Aw, who am I kidding, I’m the shippiest shipper in all of shipdom.* I was on Team Ron/Hermione right from Sorcerer’s Stone (I swear I started this post before … Continue reading
I just found this through a recent Waking Brain Cells post – the USA Character Approved Blog‘s two newest Writing section posts focus on YA fiction. Now two of my favorite things – NCIS and YA literature – are indirectly … Continue reading