Hullo, world! It’s Wednesday again. (For some strange reason, I kept thinking it was still Tuesday.) Sadly, we’ve lost all the sunshine and it’s back to being Rain-couver. Very sad. Today, I will share with you my 5 Favourite Contemporary YA Reads (+1!) I actually don’t really read contemporary books so much, so I had… Continue reading 5 Favourite Contemporary YA Reads
Hullo, world! So pleased to see you again. I am hoping against all odds you don’t find me quite annoying after I’ve switched to twice a week schedule. (Please don’t blame me, it’s all the pandemic that’s been apparently going on.) Today, I wanted to discuss the 7 YA Pet Peeves I have, what’s so… Continue reading 7 YA Pet Peeves
Good afternoon! As you can see, I’ve slightly recovered from my battle with the influenza. (At least well enough to sit up on my bed.) Today, we’ll be doing something a little unconventional. Since I’m still feeling woozy from the past week of high fevers, we’ll be having tea out in the front porch, where… Continue reading May Afternoon Tea with SJ + Bujo!
Hullo, World! Another beautiful day! Albeit, I am confined to bed. I’ve had a fever of over 38 degrees Celsius since Sunday, and had to go in for a PCR test. (Good old PCR machine...I really wanted to see a medical size one!) Thankfully, I did not have COVID 19. It was just a flu.… Continue reading 7 Japanese Authors I Love
Hullo, world! I’m S. J. (or Sophia, whichever way you like), a bibliomaniac writing life blogger at S. J. Barnard. I stumbled upon this wonderful …4 Bookish Communities that Made Me Smile : A Bibliosmile Guest Post by S. J. Barnard
Hullo, world! It’s back to the rainy seasons again...The sunshine was good while it lasted! How are you hanging in while this quarantine seems to drag on forever? I’m trying to wolf down my pile of books, but I have been sloshing off the classics I’m supposed to be reading and have been reading YA...Let’s… Continue reading 10 Fantastical Books to Read at Home
Good afternoon, and thank you for joining me in this tea time. For those of you who don’t know, I’m your host SJ, the bibliomaniac. I have just started a new monthly series where I sit down with a tea set and gracefully communicate with you my month. (I’ve seen others doing this, and it… Continue reading Afternoon Tea with SJ
Quite obviously, I had finished reading Paradise Lost by John Milton. Sadly, it had taken me four days to finish it, and this is indeed a sad stat to give you since I try to finish a book in three days at the most. But I must say I quite enjoyed this epic, and this… Continue reading Paradise Lost and Why You Should Read “Hard” Books