Hello everybody! A little time ago, the people over at Thought Catalog were kind enough to send me a copy of Your Soul is a River by Nikita Gill to read and review so here´s my review of it.
Hello people! Since April now is over, I thought it would be fun to write a blog post about the books I read during the month and at the same time talk about some other things that I´ve been really obsessed with this month (music, bookstagram accounts and random bookish stuff). Without further ado, let´s get started!
Hello everyone! This post isn´t truly bookish really but I decided to post it anyway since I really like to read these kind of blog posts by myself.
As many of you probably already know, I have a bookstagram account called @thelittlebooknerdy and a little time ago, after talking to each other through instagram for a little while, me and three other lovely bookstagrammers decided that it would be really fun to meet each other in real life. And since we don´t live too far from each other, we soon decided a day to meet each other.
Hello guys! I visited London this weekend (which was absolutely amazing by the way) and as the true booknerd I´m, I obviously made some bookish sightseeing. So i thought it would be fun to make a blog post about them. I choose to only include bookish stuff in this blog post since this is a book blog. So without further ado, let´s get started!
Hello guys! I know that i haven´t posted anything here for a little while but I haven´t really had the time or the motivation. If you want more of me talking about books you can always follow my bookstagram, @thelittlebooknerdy where I post daily
Anyway, for this blog post, me and the wonderful Tilda, Continue reading
Earlier today I posted a picture at my bookstagram account (@thelittlebooknerdy) where I talked about writing but I felt like I wanted to talk more about it I decided to write a blogpost about it as well.
I´ve loved writing as long as I´ve known how to do it and over the years I´ve written short stories, poems, novels, fanfictions and fantasy books. I love to create stories and to write them down, to connect with people using words of ink on paper. But I easily loose inspiration for my stories after a while and I´m almost never able to finish my longer stories so how do you find the inspiration? What do you do when you really want to write but don´t have any ideas? I find my inspiration for writing in many different ways, mostly by reading books, by reading other peoples stories. But also in many other ways, so I made a list of the best ones.
- Taking long baths and just think of what i want to write.
- Look at pictures on pinterest, it honestly helps A LOT.
- To write in a different place. Leave your home, go to a cafe or to the forest or a library and sit down and just write.
- Write anyway, ignore if it dosen´t turn out good, you can always change it later!
- Talk about other people about what you´re writing, maybe it feels a little bit scary but it helps a lot and makes you much more excited to continue writing!
I hope this post helped you and made you more excited about writing!