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my struggles as an “international” blogger

as much as being a blogger is a fun, wonderful adventure, it has some drawbacks, especially when the said blogger isn’t located in the US, or when they are, as people like to call them, an “international” blogger (even though i disagree with this name). as an international blogger, i have faced many struggles throughout… Continue reading my struggles as an “international” blogger

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ARC REVIEW: love, hate & other filters, by samira ahmed

i was sent an Advance Review Copy of this book in exchange of an honest review. this doesn’t affect my opinion in any way. trigger warning: bullying, islamophobia Love, Hate & Other Filters, by Samira Ahmed Expected Publication by: Soho Teen (January 16th, 2018) Genre: YA Contemporary, Social Issues, Islamophobia Goodreads // Amazon // Book Depository ★★★★★… Continue reading ARC REVIEW: love, hate & other filters, by samira ahmed

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17 diverse contemporaries to read even though summer is gone

with fall approching faster than it should and summer almost gone, i realized that three months is not enough to read all the cute summer contemporaries, which, to me, is a sad thing. but who says you only have to read them during the summer? i would be so unfair to them. that’s why i decided… Continue reading 17 diverse contemporaries to read even though summer is gone

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seven facts i wish i had known before i began blogging

you may or may not know, but july is my blogiversary month. that’s why i decided to focus this month on everything related to blogging, and end it with my blogiversary post (july 31st). when i started my blog, i never imagined that it would be…this. i was faced so many surprising things, and let… Continue reading seven facts i wish i had known before i began blogging