Author: erinthebooknut

Flick the Wick: Bookish Busi..

Flick the Wick: Bookish Business Review

  Erin’s Review I am so mixed on this one right now. Flick the Wick has some beautiful products. First of all, the labels are beyond gorgeous and when I ordered for the first time I was so stoked. I’d heard so many good things, seen so many beautiful pictures, drooled over the website for […]

November 19, 2017
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Discussion: Maps

Discussion: Maps

  When I get a new book there are a few things I do first. Admire the cover, stroke the spine, smell the fresh cut paper. But there’s something I enjoy much more than that, and I don’t get to do it with every book. I love nothing more than to open a new fantasy […]

November 13, 2017
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Dust and Pages Bookish Colle..

Dust and Pages Bookish Collections- Business Spotlight

When it comes to custom Pops in this community there are two names I think first. One is A Page with a View, whom we’ve already covered. The other is Dust and Pages. Dust and Pages is found on Etsy and makes everything from custom Pop figures to bookmarks to prints and pins. They do a […]

November 12, 2017
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Discussion: Deckled Edges

Discussion: Deckled Edges

If something makes a book less functional, maybe not do it. -Hank Green Deckled edges. Beautiful addition or nuisance? What are deckled edges to begin with? You know those books that have the unevenly cut pages that makes them look all bumpy and cool? That’s the deckled edge. They’re not particularlly useful, mostly just decorative […]

November 11, 2017
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Nope. Book Tag

Nope. Book Tag

It’s tag time again! This baby I found again on youtube, though I cannot find the original one. This is the NOPE. Book Tag and I know we’ve all had those moments when we read something and NOPE so hard we have to talk about it. So let’s begin! 1. NOPE. Ending: A book ending […]

November 10, 2017
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Halloween at Hogwarts Event ..

Halloween at Hogwarts Event Recap

Halloween time for a college student is an excuse to dress up, get drunk, and in some cases be a little more flirty than usual. However at BGSU this year it was also time to let your geek flag fly. Why? Because Dining Services let out their inner wizard and put on a Harry Potter […]

November 9, 2017
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Books in Verse

Books in Verse

  There is a small group of books in YA that aren’t like the others. Instead of your usual format and writing style, books by authors like Ellen Hopkins and others are written in verse. For some people these books are really interesting in different. But for me? They just don’t work. Verse books are […]

November 8, 2017
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Page With a View (Bookstagra..

Page With a View (Bookstagram Props and Custom Pops)- Business Spotlight

Longtime members of the community may know the name Page with a View as a popular blogger but did you know they also have an Etsy shop? Now what would a blogger/bookstagrammer sell? Bookstagram props and custom Pop figures of course! There are a couple of popular Funko Pop customizers in the community and A Page […]

November 3, 2017
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Preorder Swag

Preorder Swag

  If you’e a bookworm these days you probably have a pile of swag laying around. Sometimes its from author events and cons, other times from bookstores, but the newest trend in swag is the introduction of preorder swag as a main component of marketing books to teens. Preorder swag is a weird thing for […]

November 2, 2017
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Pride and Prejudice A&E..

Pride and Prejudice A&E Mini Series

  This mini series was my introduction to Pride and Prejudice, and to Jane Austen period. I was a little kid, too young to read the book, when this came out. My mom and I would run marathons of it in our 5 or 6 part VHS collection. (You see kids, a VHS was a […]

November 1, 2017
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