I’m pretty excited to have made the decision to become a reborn again book blogger. What’s a reborn again book blogger you may ask? Well, I have always been an old school blogger (old school bloggers basically posts about their lives) to a book blogger in 2017, and I can’t tell you how relieved I was when I made that switch. When I was an old school book blogger, I was constantly stressed out and had so much frustration with wondering what to post as well as trying to keep up with the other old school bloggers that I just had enough and wanted to do something that made me feel happy and not stressed. However, when I made the transition into a book blogger in the year 2017, it was cut a bit short due to personal reasons and college picking back up. I’m telling you, I was extremely bummed out when that happened. But, now I’m back and I feel so much better knowing that I have a second chance at redeeming myself as a book blogger and the fact that my content now is so much better than it was before. Plus, I was thankful enough to have a friend Anca that allowed me to use her book review template and said that I can edit it any which way I wanted. She gave me her template as when I left reviews from before, they were short and to the point but felt as if they were lacking something and I wasn’t at all that happy with my reviews.

Anyways, I’m hoping to be posting quite a bit (even though I’ll be finishing up my last semester in college and getting my associates degree in Computer Systems Information With An Emphasis Study In Web Development! (Say that five times fast!!!) knowing that I have a ton of books to read and review, and also have a lot to write about in regards to blogging so watch out for my blogging tips as I can definitely help you out since I have a little over two decades worth of experience in being a blogger.

With that in mind, I guess I should say what kind of books I like to read and what authors are my favorites. The books that I like to read young adults for example “The Fear Street Series,” “Final Life Series,” “Divergent,” “The Fault In Our Stars,” and so on.(yes, I know I’m an adult, but who cares, right? I mean, young adult books seems to have the best stories and adventures compared to that of adult books, with one exception being Stephen King). The authors that I love to read and support are of course R.L.Stine, John Green, Rose Garcia, and Stephen King. Even though these books and authors will most likely be the bulk of my reviews, I am always open to reading other books, which I have done before.

I am so relieved that I finally have my domain along with a theme up and running. I know that a lot of links don’t work at the moment, but I know that in time I will have those working in no time. I mean, why write all the content now and not have anything to look forward later? Right?