Hey everyone! I’m feeling a lot more motivated to blog. I just had to take a little break, but now I’m feeling great. To be honest, blogging has done wonders for my mental health. You’d think it would make me more stressed, but not really. It actually makes me feel a lot happier.
This is some advice for anyone who’s feeling unmotivated; just take a step back. Try to find the reason why you don’t feel motivated. And go from there. Remember, it’s okay to feel burnt out. Take a break and remember why you love blogging.
On that positive note, let’s get onto this post.
I will read this. I really want to. And I know most people have read it, and won’t stop recommending it to me (I already know about it!) Don’t worry, I’ll read it soon.
I actually haven’t read any of Cassandra Clare’s books. There are so many mixed feelings about this book specifically, maybe that’s why I’m so hesitant to start. But a friend of mine recently bought Clockwork Angel, so I think I’ll be reading that one soon.
I haven’t read these books or watched the movies. I’m not sure if I want to. It’s seems so stupid, and most people hate it. Also, apparently Edward is creepy and obsessed with Bella, and Bella is useless and stupid.
Not what I want to spend my time on.
This is so embarrassing. So, I haven’t read Harry Potter (cue the gasps). I know the story and all, but I haven’t read it. In 4th grade, my mom wanted me to read it, and I started to, but then I didn’t like it and quit halfway through. And now we know about J.K. Rowling’s transphobia, I’m probably not going to read these anytime soon.
I really, really want to read this. But, um, I don’t know much about it? The cover is pretty, and, I’m guessing they both die at the end? (cringes inwardly) And it’s a LGBTQ romance?
That’s all though.
I’m not even that motivated to read this. It seems pretty boring, and there are also a lot of mixed opinions about this one. Maybe you’re sensing a pattern; I’m hesitant to read books that have a lot of mixed feelings.
I don’t even have an explanation for this one. I just don’t feel like it.
Also, who’s the guy on the cover?
More mixed opinions on this one!
So it’s about a girl whose touch is . . . death? Not the most unique, but still interesting. And apparently there’s a love triangle. I’m not sure about when I’m going to read this.
I did enjoy The Fault in Our Stars, but I think that Looking for Alaska is an extremely different story. And also, John Green makes his characters sound exactly like him. And it can get annoying.
I’m not against him; I like John Green.
But it gets really annoying for all the characters to sound the same.