Chai break

Chai break: What do you really think about discussion posts?

Chai break is a periodic feature on This is Lit to discuss concerns that every book blogger has. This is meant to be a lighthearted discussion that you’d have over tea and the only reason for it not being called Discussion Post is that the site’s author thinks that would be too mainstream. Pfft. Hiya,…… Continue reading Chai break: What do you really think about discussion posts?

General · Satire

A little tough love from your TBR pile.

Language warning: Contains expletives. Hide your mother. Hey. Hi. Hello. Can I have your attention please? Push your coke-bottle eyeglasses up your nose and notice me, you freakin’ nerd. Can’t you see how big I’m becoming? Ease the pain a little, you dipshit. Read a book from me instead of laughing at random cat videos,…… Continue reading A little tough love from your TBR pile.

General

Today is my birthday and I have a lot of thoughts.

Ladies and gentlemen, put your hands together for the brilliant title this blog post has! How creative! How inspired! Did I tell you I get paid to write? Anywhoo. Today is my birthday. And yes, it’s Halloween. I’ve been told it’s very fitting that I was born on this day. *flips hair* The big old…… Continue reading Today is my birthday and I have a lot of thoughts.

General · Listicle

5 ways to get out of your blogging slump.

Hiya, nerds! This week, we’re going to talk about one word that’ll freak out any blogger–slump. It’s when you feel uninspired and can’t come up with proper content. I’ve gone through slumps where I’d dully stare at a blank page and think that the blinking cursor was taunting me. My biggest struggle with slumps is…… Continue reading 5 ways to get out of your blogging slump.

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Designing for the future–the answer is in the past.

This blog post is a part of the Design Blogger Competition organized by CGTrader   “Study the past if you would define the future.”–Confucius. This Chinese thinker and social philosopher’s words are relevant even now. If you want to define the future, you should take a good look at the past. If you’re learning something…… Continue reading Designing for the future–the answer is in the past.