Get ready for some very specific booknerd tweets that will hopefully add some LOLs to your hump day.
I’ve scoured the internet – and by scoured I mean I just did a simple search and these were actually very easy to find – looking for twitterers who just get what it means to be a booknerd, and/or make fun of booknerds. Listen, I have a sense of humour towards myself – I’m ok with pointing out how ridiculous some of us can be.
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My Australian book buddy Greyson Reads tagged me for this one. She said I was “lovely and hilarious”, and obviously flattery works really well on me! Thanks, G!
There are some rules…
- Thank the person who nominated you for the award (well, duh.)
- Display the banner/sticker/logo on your blog. (sure!)
- Share 7 facts or things about yourself. (are there 7 facts about me? *thinks hard*)
- Nominate up to 15 bloggers that you admire and inform the nominees (absolutely not.)
Ok, here we go. Don’t get weirded out and leave me once you know me better.
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Canada Reads 2018!
If you don’t know what that is, let me explain you a thing:
It is an annual Battle of the Books. It takes place on CBC and has been ongoing for the last 16 years! Five books, five defenders, one winner.
From the CBC Canada Reads website: Canada Reads is a “literary Survivor,” with celebrities championing books. Books are voted “off the bookshelf,” one each day, until one book is chosen as the title the whole country should read this year.
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Oh lort, that title is pure cheese. But deleting it and thinking of something else is too much trouble, so you’re going to read it and you’re going to like it!
Anyway, if you’ve read my About section, you know I am only the mystery reader I am today because of Nancy Drew (I know that’s so cliche, but I can’t change my history, nerds!) So, in honour of those classic Carolyn Keene novels, here is today’s Bookworm post – alternate Nancy stories that never existed, but definitely should have.
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