Happy Sunday, guys!
How’s your weekend so far? I hope you’re having a great time; if not, here’s a little something to cheer you up! As you know, booklovers like you and me love not only the books themselves but also their relevant merchandise such as book swags (including bookmarks, book pins, characters-inspired posters/art works/coasters/keychains, signed book plates), bookish jewelry/accessories, candles with unique bookish scents, clothing, tote bags, and the list goes on and on and on.
Hence, when I discovered this newly established online shop called Literary Book Gifts, I couldn’t wait any longer to share the awesomeness of the website with you. I really have to say that Literary Book Gifts is pretty much made specially for us booklovers and I’m lucky enough to be offered a discount code for all of you. 😉
Without further ado, let’s take a look at this fantastic shop!
JOYEUX NOËL !
In this time of appreciation and gratitude, I’d love to share some of my favorite Christmas songs, films and by the end of the post, you could expect a little e-book giveaway of the best book I’ve read this year! 😀
Shall we start?
Recently, people in the bookish community have been raving about the rules for requesting ARCs (advanced reader’s copies) on NetGalley and entering giveaways on Goodreads because bigger publishers in the former platform start giving access to U.S. reviewers/bloggers mostly (or other English speaking countries like the U.K., Canada and Australia) and the latter is going to limit their entrants to U.S. residents only.
What about the international readers/people?
Hence, as an international reader myself, I decided to share my opinion on this issue here and hopefully I’ll get to hear yours, too.
Good morning, guys! It’s a beautiful, rainy Sunday here and I’m abnormally energetic today so I decide to write something about the lovely bookish websites/apps I’ve always wanted to share with you when I discovered them! So sit back, relax and enjoy this post! 🙂