Book Humans Interviews: Musings of a (Book) Girl

Welcome to the Book Human Interviews! Every week I will be interviewing one person from our overarching book community: a book blogger, a booktuber, or, a bookstagrammer. The idea is to get to know people in each sector more and connect with each other. If you’d like to be interviewed, fill out this form and I will schedule you in!

Today, we are talking to Mari, the book blogger behind Musings of a (Book) Girl! Follow along as we learn more about one of our fellow Book Humans…

Q1: What drew you to join the community you chose in the previous questions?
I love to write, but not in a way that would ever make me a published author. Having a book blog lets me get my writing in and gush about all the books I love at the same time!

Q2: What do you like the most about said community?
The diversity! It’s completely possible to never spend a dime on blogging which makes it more accessible than some of the other forms of talking about books. I love that this allows people from all different backgrounds and cultures to talk about the books they enjoy.

Q3: What’s a book you will always recommend – regardless of age or genre – and why?
Deposing Nathan by Zack Smedley – This book made me feel seen in a way I never have before. I struggled with so many of the things Nathan did and it helped me gain closure on a few things I still struggle with. I wish this story had been there when I was in high school but I 100% believe it will help teens today and I’m so grateful for it.

Lastly, here are three posts that I love from their blog:

  1. Guest Post: From Visual to Verbal – How my Design Career Influences my Writing by Jacqueline Firkins
  2. Eight Novels Written in Verse You Should Try
  3. Not Every Book is Appropriate for Every Situation (And That’s Okay)

 

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