It is true that science fiction and fantasy genre is often regarded as an escapist fiction. As an avid reader of fiction books, I can honestly say that books of any genre can be an escape from reality. On the contrary, I prefer reading realistic fiction to escape reality. It is infinitely easier to get sucked into the life of the characters who live in the real world. The real world works on simple principles that all of us are already familiar with so I don’t need to focus on how the world works. Whereas, science fiction and fantasy have their own set of rules and unique principles that govern their world. They inspire me to think on an intellectually different level than what an average realistic fiction book can provide.
Finally, I decided to do another TTT. This one is hosted at thatartsyreadergirl. Check out her prompts, if you guys want to join in. For this week the topic was supposed to be THE BEST BOOKS I READ IN 2018 (SO FAR!) But, so far I've only read 25 books. And if I count down the 10 best books, that will be 40% of my entire reading pool. That would be very inaccurate, so I figured I'd make a 5 Good and 5 Bad books I read in 2018. So starting with The Good:
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. And I just stumbled upon her blog and this post. I think this post would make a really awesome aesthetic picture, so I am doing this post. This weeks topic was favorite color. BLACK. it Black. My favorite color is black.
Coming up with books that others didn't like as much as I did was actually quite hard. I feel like I like what most other people like as well. Anywhoo, I barely came up with the following books after much hard work. 5. Twilight Saga by Stephenie Meyer
Top 5 Tuesdays, something I look forward to each week! Although I haven't been able to do these post consistently for the past two months because college ate, literally gobbled up all of my freaking time. So finally, my finals are over and I can have a normal existence. By which I mean I can devote a considerable amount of time reading books and writing blog posts. Therefore, a top 5 Tuesday post! Today we are counting down Top 5 Books that need a Prequel. Also, Top 5 Tuesday is hosted by Shannah over at Biconic Book Worm. She is the one of the most positive on the blogosphere, so if you haven't checked out her blog yet, head over there. Also, the topics for April are here!
Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by Shanah over at Bionic Bookworm. You’ve probably known about her, but if you haven’t check out her blog!! She is really awesome! Also, to join in on Top 5 Tuesday, the topics for March are over here. So, for today’s Top 5 Tuesday, we’re talking top 5 authors I would like to meet. 5. Sarah J. Mass Because I am absolutely in love with the Throne of Glass series. 😀 4. J.K.Rowling Just so I can thank her for blessing this earth with her magical creation- Harry Potter, and making my life 100X times better.
I cannot believe February is over already. At the beginning of the month, I had too much energy for blogging, maybe that's why halfway through the month, the energy sort of fizzled out. And now, its the end of the month already, and I only have half-written drafts, which I have no motivation to complete. Anywhoo, I have finally found the motivation to write a wrap-up post. 😀 FEBRUARY- A month of mostly Crime/Mystery/Thrillers.
Top 5 “ships” I’ll sail to the ends of the earth (and I by this I mean relationships….. not literal ships) Top 5 Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by Shanah over at Bionic Bookworm. She is really awesome! you’ve probably known about her, but if you haven’t check out her blog!! Also, to join in on Top 5 Tuesday, the topics for February are over here. So, "ships" and OTPs! my top 5 ships are: 5. Autumn and Dax