Book Memes/Tags/Challenges, Wednesday Shelf Control

Wednesday Shelf Control: Tales of Trensalore: The Eleven’th Doctor Last Stand

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Wednesday Shelf Control is a bookish meme hosted by Bookshelf Fantasies on a weekly basis.

Hi!

How are you feeling within my new blog design? Everything still readable? Maybe there is something that concerns you a bit? I really care about the readability of my blog, so if there are any issues, please let me know!

And now we move onto another Wednesday Shelf Control post!

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Book Memes/Tags/Challenges, Tag Thursday

Tag Thursday: I Dare You book tag

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Finally I’m back with another Book Tag!

I saw Kelly @Kelly’s Rambles doing it, and I decided that I’d give it a try, too!
I have some more tags to do in the future, and I hope you like my answers~

Let’s get into it!

I Dare You book tag

Rules:

  • You must be honest
  • You can’t not answer a question
  • You have to tag at least four people (which I probably won’t do)

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Book Memes/Tags/Challenges, Wednesday Shelf Control

Wednesday Shelf Control: How to Think Like Sherlock

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Wednesday Shelf Control is a bookish meme hosted by Bookshelf Fantasies on a weekly basis.

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Okay.

I have way too many books I got a long time ago, but still never get to read them. Question is, why you buy them even???

I DON’T KNOW, I JUST BUY THEM

Okay, so that’s why we have this meme going on and on and on.

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Do The Talking

Classic Remarks + Do The Talking: Recommend an Obscure Classic

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Classic Remarks is a meme hosted at Pages Unbound that poses questions each Friday about classic literature and asks participants to engage in ongoing discussions surrounding not only themes in the novels but also questions about canon formation, the “timelessness” of literature, and modes of interpretation.

Hi!

I thought, “Why not combining my regular Do The Talking segment with Classic Remarks, if I’m planning to do this meme?” And that’s how this post is a combination of both my Do The Talking: Russian books and Classic Remarks by Pages Unbound.

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So this week’s prompt is:

WHAT’S A SOMEWHAT OBSCURE CLASSIC YOU WISH MORE PEOPLE WOULD READ?

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Do The Talking, Do The Talking: Recommendations, Russian books

Do The Talking: Russian Dystopian books + recommendations

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Hi! Welcome to another post on Russian books rant!

Considering latest trends in literature overall, I’d like to cover up another topic that is known little to noone outside Russia, and that is Russian dystopian books.

For those who love The Hunger Games, Maze Runner, Divergent, and similar book series – this post can be interested for you!

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Do The Talking, Do The Talking: Recommendations, Russian books

Do The Talking: Russian Fantasy + Recommendations

Hi! Welcome to another my ranting post under [Do The Talking] segment.

Today’s topic is – TADAAAM! – Russian fantasy, and everything around this genre. At the end of this post, most noticeable fantasy authors will be listed, and, if they have books already translated into English, I will also provide related links for your information.

So let’s hop on!

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Do The Talking, Do The Talking: Recommendations, Russian books

[DO THE TALKING] 10 must-read Russian classics

Hello wonderfuls, how’s your week going on?

Last time I ranted about Russian classics and how they affect Russians, and now we’re moving on recommendations of what I think are the must-read Russian classics.

Less ranting, more recommendations, let’s go!

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