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[Top Ten Tuesday] – #57 – Top Ten Favourite Authors/Mangakas

Top Ten Tuesday is an original weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. I thought this would be a fun way to share a condensed version of potential rambles and thoughts that I have.

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This Week’s Theme:
Top Ten Favourite Authors/Mangakas

Initial Thoughts:

I’ve split this list to include authors of books and manga simply Book authors are cool but I can’t forget all the manga/anime that have been a pretty big part of my life (even if I read it sporadically and am super behind). I might not have caught up with every author/artist and their respective works but I do appreciate them enough to give them a shout-out.

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[Think Aloud] – #10 – I Lost The “Goodreads YA Novel” Bingo Game

Think Aloud explores book-related discussions encompassing reading, writing, blogging, and perhaps newsworthy content. The focus is to push the boundaries, stretch the mind, and encourage dialogue within this community. Let’s all think out loud.

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Table Topic:
I Lost The “Goodreads YA Novel”
Bingo Game

Abstract:

There is nothing wrong with a difference of opinion; there is something wrong if you think for me.

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[Think Aloud] – #4 – Negative Reading Experiences and Second Chances

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Think Aloud explores book-related discussions encompassing reading, writing, blogging, and perhaps newsworthy content. The focus is to push the boundaries, stretch the mind, and encourage dialogue within this community. Let’s all think out loud.

Table Topic:
 Negative Reading Experiences
and Second Chances

Abstract:

People forgive but they never forget. Does a jaded reading experience (and ultimately a “poorly rated” book) warrant the forgoing of an author’s other written work?

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