Although this blog isn’t only about books, I’d be remiss if I didn’t share my great love of books. And since I do love books, I’m dedicating this entire page to books and all things bookish (in addition to any posts I may write about books and bookish subjects). So this page will be the repository for all things books.
Keep checking back as I’ll update this page frequently.
Here’s a few of my bookish links to get you started:
→ Check out my read shelf on to see what I’ve been reading & add me as a friend.
→ Follow my Book Love board on Pinterest because who doesn’t love Pinterest!
→ Support local bookstores by shopping online at Bookshop.org. Bookshop, a new website, is dedicated to financially supporting local independent bookstores and giving back to the book community (read more about their mission here). My little corner shop on Bookshop features some of my favorites in a variety of genres.
→ Purchase books from Thriftbooks.com & enable my reading
addiction habit—if you use my link to make a purchase, you will receive a 15% discount on your 1st purchase and I’ll get a 20% discount on my next purchase. (I get an extra 5% because I’m a Thriftbooks Reading Reward member, which you can do too!)
→ Help support my addiction to bookish apparel & buy some awesome literary apparel from OutofPrintClothing.com—if you use my link to make a purchase, you will save $5 and I’ll get $10 off my next purchase! Plus, each purchase from Out of Print Clothing helps to fund literacy programs and book donations to communities in need.
→ Patronize the independent bookstores in your neighborhood and celebrate Independent Bookstore Day! In fact, celebrate it every day. Always support your local bookstore. Check out IndieBound to find your local bookstores.
And if you live in the greater Seattle area, here are some of my faves:
And outside of the Seattle area:
Need more? Check out this list of the 50 Best Indie bookstores
→ Fight censorship and promote the freedom to read by reading a banned book!
Celebrate Banned Books Week in September.
→ Write your own book! Join me for National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) to furiously write a novel in November.
Or join me for CampNaNoWriMo and spend April and/or July writing.
→ Or try the free Kindle Reading app to read your favorite eBook on your mobile device. And many classic books are FREE to download!
Let me know your favorite bookstores and bookish sites in the comments below!