Well hello there! Quite recently, I was in a huge reading slump for a couple of months. Before that, I was in a minor reading slump for the entire beginning of the year. And I’ve just finally pulled myself out of it. So I figured, why not share that experience with you guys? In an extremely rambly, most incoherent how-to guide, of course. Let’s get to it, shall we?
How to Get Out of a Reading Slump
Hey guys, it’s Amy! I feel like I’ve seen this topic discussed a lot lately in the blogosphere. It’s seen as kind of taboo, because of some idiots who messed up, but that should not reflect on the entire blogosphere. Most of us are the kindest, sweetest, most innocent people you’ll ever meet, and it’s not fair for other people, as well as some bloggers, to think that that will happen with everyone in every situation. Continue reading
Hey guys! I totally forgot about this until about two hours ago. In typical Amy fashion. So basically, I have half an hour to write this and still get it posted on time! (If I’m a few minutes late, I do apologize- I’m trying my best!) Now, let’s get this show on the road!
The lovely Aentee @ Read at Midnight came up with the FANTASTIC idea of Potterhead July! Approximately 85 posts were on the schedule, which means about 85 people jumped at the chance to talk about Harry Potter and be a part of this beautiful thing! (Tip: If you click on the link above, it’ll take you to the schedule and you can go through and click on every single one of those posts. Yes, really. I know I’m going to!) Anyhoo, I saw her talking about it on Twitter, and I was one of those special 85 who then jumped on my laptop and filled out the sign-up form! Now, at the time, I really didn’t have comprehensive words to explain what I meant to say, so I don’t think the topic I wrote down made any sense. But here I am today (which totally snuck up on me), ready to talk to you about….
How the Nature of the Hogwarts Houses Reflects on their Founders