Nyx Book Reviews

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On Silence and Stress

I originally wrote this post on Irresponsible Cactus, but decided to cross-post it here as well. It has been over a month since I last blogged on Nyx Book Reviews. It has been over two since I last blogged on Irresponsible Cactus. One day I was here, and the next, I disappeared. Or at least, […]

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Sources of Reading: Where Do You Find Your Books?

Book lovers enjoy many bookish things, but the feeling of discovering a wonderful new book or author might be one of the most satisfying ones in the book lover’s existence. When I was thinking about what books to put on my Christmas wishlist today, I started to wonder – how do I decide what books […]

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Monthly Recommendation: Fantastic Fantasy

A few weeks ago I was doing a late night internet browse to find some more fabulous fantasy fiction to read. However, I found out that it was surprisingly tough to find good lists of fantasy recommendations. Mostly I found separate reviews – which are awesome – but sometimes you don’t feel like browsing through […]

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Growing Up Without Ebooks

To celebrate School Library month, MyVoucherCodes invited me to do a post on how ebooks have changed the world. More specifically, how ebooks might impact children’s literacy. I’ve talked about ebooks before, and in general I am an advocate of digital tools. And my thoughts on this particular topic can easily be summarized. Let us […]

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Keeping Track: Reading Lists, Spreadsheets, and More

If there is anything I love, then it’s data visualisation. There is just something so incredibly pleasing about seeing lists and graphs and tables. I barely keep track of things in real life (for example, I only occasionally actually open my planner to write appointments in there…) but when it concerns my entertainment, I’m a […]

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The Not-So-Constant Reader

When I think about myself as a reader, I wouldn’t really consider myself much of a fan of anything. Unlike the Constant Reader Stephen King often praises, I don’t really stick to author, don’t really follow them, and often don’t even pick up their other releases after enjoying one of their books. Books, books everywhere! […]

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Compulsive Book Buying is Not a Good Thing

After the sad subject of book fatigue of two weeks ago, in today’s discussion I’m going to tread into highly controversial territory. I’m a highly neutral blogger in many ways – I don’t rant often, I don’t get involved in drama, and I rarely ever talk about topic that might shock or make people uncomfortable […]

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