In September, I participated in Shealea's #goodreadance2020 and here's the wrap-up!
Content or trigger warnings are something we’ve seen a lot in internet. But what are they actually and why they’re important to include one in books?
Racism, discrimination and patriarchy are topics I often found in middle grade books. These are issues children don’t really learn from school, and it’s up to their parents to teach why these things are bad. But, is it really important to introduce these issues to children?
I talked about how books shaped my point of view throughout the year. Fiction books might seem like not a big deal to some people, but to me, it affects my life and the way I think.
Unfortunately, people think they have the audacity to judge people based on books they love and invalidate them as a reader. Book-shaming is condition where a person invalidates someone’s favorite books or preferred genres and apparently it's still a thing in book community. Learn more about it here.
Hello everyone and welcome back to readlogy! How was your weekend? Was it good? I’m sorry for my abesence last week, because I was having a busy week since I’m currently learning about product photography with one of my colleagues. It was fun! Not as hard as I thought and once I can do it … Continue reading Book Talk: Cinder