The first part was great (Gra Endera), second got me thinking that this one will be hard to read... I gave up on 267 page and the last 100 pages took me over a month to read!!
I hate quiting books but this one is just not for me. :-/
Instead, I'm going to fill out this template:
The best thing about this book was: (insert good thing)
The worst thing about this book was: (insert bad thing)
This book made me feel: (insert adjectives/descriptive phrases)
I would recommend this book to: (insert type of person/reader)
We'll see how it goes!
Gotta say, this site came around at the perfect time for me. I recently joined up with Team Tynga's Reviews (woohoo!!) and will be posting weekly reviews there. But there was still part of me thinking about re-launching my old book blog The Fiction Conniption, because there are still so many bookish type things I want to talk about outside of my weekly reviews at Tynga's. Plus I miss all my book blogging buddies. But I'm just way too busy to take on a whole blog again by myself, and don't really have the time to put in all the effort again!
Enter: Booklikes! It's the perfect combination of Tumblr and Goodreads for me (so far), and I love that they already have all this functionality even though it's such a young site. I'm thinking I'll probably use this site to post my other bookish thoughts, musings, and extra reviews - while still calling my real online home Tynga's.
So excited! :)
Welcome to our BookLikes page! We're Litconic, an online literary journal driven by brevity; we publish reviews, interviews, commentary and original work. We'll use this page to help you find of all the books and authors we're covering on our journal. This way, we can help publicize their work, and help you find some new books to like. Hey, since you're thinking about it right now, check out our journal here: http://www.litconic.com/
Follow us on Social Media for updates on our latest author interviews, published work, essays, and book reviews!
And join us on our adventures on Instagram! We're not just writers and arts enthusiasts, we also like to travel!
A bit more about us and our mission: We understand that although our readers may wish it otherwise, they may not have the time to squeeze in the reading of a hefty book of poetry or prose into their busy day. However, we have stumbled onto a solution. We're all about brevity. Literature + laconic = us! Eventually iconic? Maybe.
And since we promised to keep it brief, the only question left is: Who are we?
Pablos wpędza mnie w kompleksy tak świetnie opisując tyle super książek ;-)
I saw this a few times on different blogs, websites or on tumblr so far and think it's really great. here's the original source