Put it in your calendar people! August 9th is World Book Day!
What are you all reading RIGHT NOW!!!
If you all follow me on the Goodreads…here…You’ll know that I’ve just finished the Beautiful by Renee Ahdieh
If you like Phantom of the Opera and any Kerri Maniscalco…You will adore this one!
But what about you? What are you reading?
Just a reminder of my new Discord channel! I’ve had to update some security issues and restart from the beginning…But I would LOVE to know what you’re all reading right now. So if you want to talk about it here or there. I’m just trying to get a conversation going that isn’t political or just…you know your general horribleness. Please, feel free, to head over and talk about books and writing!
International Book Friends Club.
April the 23rd is World Book Day … and I am really struggling to get enthused for it this year. Currently (and if you already follow me on Goodreads, you”ll already know this). I am currently reading two books and I am one book behind on my Goodreads Challenge. I am hoping to now catch up. Although the Libraries are closed, I haven’t read SO many of my book crate loot boxes, that now seems to be the most perfect time to read them!
World Book Day, also known as World Book and Copyright Day, or International Day of the Book, is an annual event organised by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) to promote reading, publishing, and copyright. World Book Day was first celebrated on 23 April 1995, and continues to be recognised on that day. A related event in the United Kingdom and Ireland is observed in March.
What are you reading, right now?
Also just a little reminder that I still have Discord book club channel…Come and share as well, what books you’re reading with us! We’ll be chatting about it, we already are to be honest. I have a friend, who still has a job and he will be reading spreadsheets all day tomorrow =(
Remember you don’t have to give us your book, just let us know what you’re reading!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year!!!
So to start this post off with, let’s talk about how well we are all doing with your Goodreads reading goals and profiles…Find me here If you don’t want too click the link, I’ll break it down for you:
- Read 6 out of 24 books
- Currently 1 book behind schedule. I have really been struggling to read.
- Currently reading 2 books
- The books I most far ahead with at the moment “The Lady of the Rivers” Phillipa Gregory…Currently on page 204.
- Book I am currently rereading – The Hobbit by Jrr Tolkien.
Would you like to leave your Goodreads profile in the comments? Please feel free to do so!
How does one even celebrate book day, other than reading a book?Haha
Truly though, isn’t every day world book day!
Maybe take the next week a time to put aside the others and just read a book that makes you happy. Nothings wrong on World book day! Even when it goes for a week!
I have been watching this new series on the ABC called “The Secret Life of Books”…and it is fantastic…I highly recommend that if you can watch it, do it! It seems appropriate that on World Book Day, I would talk about books today!
There are 11 stories all together under the Mabinogion, all come from Welsh. They are the earliest prose stories of the literature of Britain. The stories were compiled in the 12th–13th centuries from earlier oral traditions. The two main source manuscripts were created c. 1350–1410, as well as a few earlier fragments. These stories offer drama, philosophy, romance, tragedy, fantasy and humour, and were created by various narrators over time.
The stories of the Mabinogion are strongly believed to be the beginnings of the King Arthurian period.
What are you reading today, on World Book Day today? I am finally getting around to reading this!
I have only just discovered that today is the 1st World Book Day (held on the 5th of March).
World Book Day
World Book Day with the association of James Paterson, there are ideas for school, parents and teachers. Schools and yourself can win lots of prizes, as well a strong focus on teens and young people…Go check it out!