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Why I Started Blogging

I started writing when I was twelve. I started blogging when I was sixteen. After I got my hands on my mothers old desktop computer, this really slow, really loud beast of a machine with a keyboard, I fell in love. My mothers new computer was a dream, but having my own, in my own room, was its own dream.

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Summer Reading Photo Prompt

I like the idea of reading prompts. I like the idea of writing prompts as well. Sometimes creativity or inspiration is hard to get a firm grasp on, so knowing that there are prompts, challenges, and other interesting inspirations of the like can be really relieving.

So here is a summer reading photo prompt, Page Wizards Book Club, is reading Wink Poppy Midnight for August’s book of the month, and it builds such a vivid picture with its imagery. Three things that come to mind when I consider this story, is the forest, strawberries, and the cemetery. So find yourself some beautiful outdoor locations, some haunting graveyards, and some sweet summer strawberries for this trio of a photo prompt for Wink Poppy Midnight.

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If you would like to participate in this photo prompt, feel free to join us on instagram our photo prompt will find itself posted within the next week, and the dates and details of the prompt will be available then. There will be a prize winner chosen, so be sure to check in for those details!

 

 

Online Bookclub

This July marks one year since Page Wizards Book Club went live on the Goodreads platform! 

With a passion for reading and an interest in imagining impossible and magical scenarios, books are something that the Page Wizards can come together to discuss.

Once a month our reading theme changes, our members vote on four books that are chosen at random by the book clubs two moderators, and the winner is the book of the month! Sundays at 10am we meet up on the Goodreads platform for book club discussion. 

We’ve read through some decent books, and some hard to get into books in the last year, but there is something so satisfying about finding a DNF (Did Not Finish) that you are mutually discovering with other like minded book lovers. Another exciting aspect of bookclub, is the reading limit for the week. If we are to read the first 100 pages, but its a gem of a book that you cant put down, and you surpass the page count for the week, you are now obliged to keep spoilers out of that weeks meetings. Its really something to be ahead of the required reading pages and to see how everyone is predicting the following events that you are already privy to. 

 

If you’re interested in joining our bookclub information can be found at both the bookclubs Instagram and Goodreads!