Recently I feel like everytime I look on twitter, or visit a blog, someone is quitting blogging because of the pressure, the time commitment, or frankly, because it just isn’t fun anymore. That’s obviously a perfectly valid choice, and I don’t judge anyone at all judge for making it, but I really don’t want to… Read More [Discussion]: On wasting your free time
I’ve talked before about the dilemma of whether or not to count graphic novels and audiobooks as part of my reading challenge, but recently I’ve come across another slightly tricky dilemma: how do you count something which contains potentially more than one book? For example: – Graphic novels/Comics in trade paperback form: eg Infinity Volume… Read More How do you count collections and volumes as part of your reading challenge?
I’ve never really read many graphic novels or manga, and although I knew I really wanted to get into reading more of both, one thing that put me off a little was my goodreads challenge (I know, now that I’m writing this it feels a bit silly to me too!). I’ve seen a lot of… Read More Why I DO count graphic novels, manga & audiobooks towards my Goodreads Challenge
Since I started blogging, I’ve gone from being a print-only reader, to someone who reads pretty equal amounts of print and ebooks, and about 10% audiobooks. Recently I’ve started thinking about format affects what I’m reading, and for me, there are definitely genres I’m more or less likely to read in particular formats. So, here’s… Read More [Discussion]: Does format affect what you read?
Having now experimented with both Audible and Scribd for a few months, I thought people might be interested in how I got on. I’m starting with Scribd just because there’s a lot more feedback around on Audible. What’s the deal with Scribd?: A subscription reading service that costs $8.99 a month (about £6.05) Unlimited audioooks… Read More [Geek Girl Musings] Thoughts on Scribd