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Tuesday, December 29, 2020

My #BookTube Thank You to The Ingrid Chronicles | @ingridiortiz


Ingrid (over at The Ingrid Chronicles) mentions my BookTube account in her video! SO .. this is a post showing off that video and giving you a meet-and-greet of Ingrid's YouTube Account.


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Monday, December 14, 2020

Library of Tomes' 12 Days of HEA’s | #RomanceBooktubers @libraryoftomes


Welcome to Temecka's 12 Days of HEA’s

Temecka wanted to create something this holiday season to spread the love to all the romance booktubers and romance readers alike. Enjoy!

Dec 12th

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Dec 13th

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Dec 14th

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Dec 15th

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Dec 16th

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Dec 17th

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Dec 18th

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Dec 19th

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Dec 20th

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Dec 21st

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Dec 22nd

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Dec 23rd

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Tuesday, December 1, 2020

#BookTubers Recommend - Most Thankful Book I've Ever Read | @Stef_uncensored

I was invited to join in Episode 8 of Steph from Steph's Romance Book Talk's Collaboration Series and HERE IT IS! Check it out in the below video and if you want to pick the novels up that is listed below too.

Most Thankful Book I've Ever Read
| Collaboration Series | Episode 8 | 2020

by Steph's Romance Book Talk


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Friday, October 23, 2020

My #BookTube Thank You to Shaegeeksout | @shaegeeksout


Shala (over at Shaegeeksout) mentions my BookTube account in her video! SO .. this is a post showing off that video and giving you a meet-and-greet of Shala's BookTube Account.


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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

#VideoCollab with Library of Tomes / @libraryoftomes | Books I want to Read because of #Booktube [Also featuring @ReviewsMayVary & @LibriLabra]

Hooray it is video collab day!!

Temecka from Library of Tomes' has been doing her best to host collabs and post new videos on her YouTube / BookTube channel every day of October and she was kind enough to let me join in the fun! So, the topic was Books I want to Read because of Booktube below are both our takes on this topic with our cooresponding videos, books mentioned, booktubers mentioned, & more! Enjoy! Also, subscribe to our accounts!


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Wednesday, September 30, 2020

My #BookTube Thank You to Reading & Retail | #readingandretail


Cristal (over at Reading & Retail) promoted my BookTube account in a recent video! SO .. this is a post showing off that video and giving you a meet-and-greet of Cristal's BookTube Account. Actually I did notice her watching my channel when it was happening, but at the time I just didn't know it was her. **hahaa** You can check out my happy reaction here or below.


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Monday, October 22, 2018

Racist BOOKTUBE DRAMA? Reaction to Entitlement vs Elitism on #Booktube | @TheNovelLush

To quote Lauryn, "We gotta do better."

Below I am showcasing Lauryn, from The Novel Lush, recent video that was a mixture of a discussion video and a reaction/response video to another video that has been taken down. Lauryn eloquently states her position, which I highly agree with, against what this other BookTuber said about BookTube and POC BookTubers themselves. I had not seen the full videos from this other BookTuber I had just heard about her videos but Lauryn did track them down and included clips for us to understand both sides of the story more. What I saw from the clips is that this other BookTuber was quite ignorant and definitely has issues of her own. But I don't know her so for that I cannot be certain, yet it's hard to deny that her videos, for what I saw of them, were not something I would support at all.

So, the reason I'm posting Lauryn's response video here is because this ties into my previous blog support posts that I did which were Christina Marie's Christina Marie's Black Bookish Peeps Database & More & Jo's IS BOOKTUBE RACIST?. In Lauryn's video she covers it all including her response to the other BookTuber's videos. I wish I could get my thoughts across about the topic as well as Lauryn does but since I know I cannot I'm showing you hers.

In addition, underneath Lauryn's video I have included links to two other responses (one a youtube video and one a twitter post) that I feel should be checked out too.

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Guest Post :: The 12 Most Beautiful Pieces Medieval Art

The 12 Most Beautiful Pieces Medieval Art

This guest post was contributed by contemporary art supplier You Are Art

Bayeux Tapestry
A colourful and vivid telling of the Norman conquest of England on a 230 foot long embroidered cloth. There are many unique figures and Latin phrases that adorn it. The most vivid scene depicts the Battle of Hastings.


Rucellai Madonna by Duccio
An excellent example of chiaroscuro, this piece is three-dimensional, making the throne upon which Mary sits with infant Jesus seem solid. Jesus appears to have some weight. Mary appears to be a full bodied figure, and not flat like other period works depict the human form.

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Friday, August 13, 2010

Guest Post :: Literary Tearjerkers: The 15 Most Emotional Books You Will Ever Read

Literary Tearjerkers: The 15 Most Emotional Books You Will Ever Read

This guest post was contributed by ‘Love Reading’. Looking for a moving read? Give these titles a try:
  1. "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" by Stephen Chbosky
    • Young, intelligent, and too sensitive for his own good, protagonist Charlie gets his first glimpses of life as he fumbles his way through freshman year of high school.

  2. "The Book Thief" by Markus Zusak
    • A brilliantly-crafted tale of Jews in the midst of World War II. Zusak is a master of words, and he uses them to their full potential in this moving, chilling tale narrated by Death.




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Friday, August 6, 2010

Guest Post :: Visual Arts: 15 of the most spectacular contemporary artists

Visual Arts: 15 of the most spectacular contemporary artists

This guest post was contributed by contemporary art supplier You Are Art

Sculpture
Anish Kapoor is an exceedingly esteemed contemporary sculptor. His is most renowned for Cloud Gate, a steel, elliptical sculpture located in Millennium Park, Chicago, Ill. He is currently working on a public sculpture Temenos with Cecil Balmond which is expected to be completed by 2011.

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Performance Art
Cai Guo-Qiang is known for his “artistically choreographed shows incorporating fireworks and other pyrotechnics.” He represented China in the 1999 Venice biennial and is one of his homeland’s most respected artists. Until January 2011, his work ‘Cai Guo-Qiang: Travels in the Mediterranean’ will be showcased in the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nice, France.

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Thursday, June 19, 2008

Venture into Africa...

A friend of my mom has her daughter over in Africa right now with the New Sudan Education Initiative. Her name is Annie and she is from Portland, Maine area like I am and I find her blog very interesting. In addition, I agree with my mother when she says, "Annie should write a book!"

So please check out her blog when you get the chance and Venture to Africa with Annie.















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