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How to make time for reading (when you’re a busy student)

Hey Virtually readers! Remember how I wrote a post recently about why university students don’t read? Well, here’s some tips on how I make time for reading even though I’m a busy, stressed student. I know Lara did something like this, and we might have too, but here are some more suggestions nevertheless.

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Mini thoughts on the books I’m reading at the moment

Hi Virtually readers! As you may have noticed, I’ve been incredibly busy since starting university and I’m learning how to squeeze blogging around the edges of everything I’m doing. One thing that involves is preparing posts ahead of time, and another part (which I’m doing today) is writing fast, fun posts. So, seeing as I’m currently in the middle of several books, here’s some of my thoughts on them! (covers link to goodreads bc who has the time to make blurbs? NOT ME ANYWAY)

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Discussion: Do I rate books based on genre?

I recently noticed something shocking; I was writing a review, and thinking ‘it was quite good—for a contemporary’. Contemporary isn’t my favourite genre, but there are also SO MANY good YA contemporaries out in the world. This got me wondering: is my star rating affected by genre?

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Why you will like Lirael

I’ve noticed that most blogs have a few books or series that they talk about constantly, no matter how obscure the book might be. For Virtually Read, one of those series is The Old Kingdom Chronicles by Garth Nix, but until recently, they were Shanti’s fandom. Once she spent a whole week blogging only about Garth Nix. She fangirls about them all the time. But I gave this series a second chance, and I’m so glad I did. This is the second Old Kingdom book, and here is a list of reasons to love it. Continue reading “Why you will like Lirael”

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Talking To My Daughter About the Economy// I’m an economist now I’ve read this, right?

Yes, I know I normally post earlier than this but I have a lot of assignments to do and no time and still want to make quality content and ugh university is hard but I’m happy to be here. I have a break in 2 weeks, and I will blogify then 🙂 🙂 

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