One of the first things I wanted to do upon arriving in NY was to visit a library and borrow books. I’d been a long time since I was able to actually do that since the one back home in Puerto Rico had books geared more towards research. And since I knew it’d take a couple of days for me to get all my city documents ready, what better thing to do then read while I get everything done.
Last month, I found myself bored while desperately surfing around the internet for something to watch. That day, I had seen all the episodes of Sister’s Slam Dunk up to date and really wasn’t in the mood to start another drama. So while scrolling through IG, I suddenly remember the liwcarecenter account I use to check out when I was watching web series on YouTube. Since months had passed by and I hadn’t seen any new literary web series, I thought it wouldn’t hurt to see what new content they had
A couple of days ago, a video in which a person had expressed their disdain for the word diversity and what it entitled, with respect to books and what not, was released on YouTube. The video was of course seen by many Booktubers and thus a conversation sparked once again on Twitter regarding diversity representation in books. There were all types of tweets going around, from attacks to support, but amongst the chaos that can sometimes ensue on Twitter, a couple of Booktubers decided to create something positive to enable
A couple of months ago, I stumbled upon a YouTube video about borrowing books from the library. I decided to watch it because as a kid, I enjoyed the days I was able to go to the library to take out 10 plus books. Oh, the good old days! While watching that video, I found out about an app called Overdrive. This app would allow you to save your library card information, its corresponding library website and the Ebooks you’d decided to borrow in a set library. It made me
A couple of weeks ago, I was scrolling through my timeline when suddenly I saw a post that caught my attention. My friend Zor had posted a message about how she was thinking about creating a new account to do the new Hogwarts sorting hat ceremony. Which didn’t surprise me because many had done exactly the same after the Pottermore website was redesigned. But then I saw she wrote about another sorting ceremony for something called Ilvermorny. Which at first I had no clue what exactly she was referring to.