‘Literature’ is a very broad term. The way I see it, literature can be almost anything. Literature is novels, short stories, poems, autobiographies, online fanfiction, magazine articles, online articles, graphic novels, web comics, artworks… Literature is all of this. Not everyone would agree with this, however. There are some people who would say that actually, … Continue reading What counts as ‘Real’ literature?
A week ago I finally officially started a blog by creating this blog and writing my first blog post. When I did that, I wasn’t entirely sure if I would even continue writing more posts or not. Nevertheless, I felt inspired and motivated, and decided to strive for at least one blog post a day … Continue reading Happy one week to my blog!
Today we are faced with a plethora of different literature media and styles. From physical books to ebooks to audiobooks. From novels to poetry anthologies to short stories. From comics to manga to digital comics to fanfiction to online articles to romance to classics to young adult fiction to smut to… Well, you get the … Continue reading Do using ebooks and audiobooks actually count as ‘reading’?
I recently completed my final semester at university (and yep, I’m feeling the recent-graduate panic)! When reflecting upon my time at university, I began to think about all the things that I’d learned along the way—some of which may probably have been obvious to many people, but took me a while to learn nonetheless. I … Continue reading 13 Things I wish I knew before I started university
I have wanted to start a blog for years. Finally, last night on a whim I created this blog and wrote my first blog post. But why did I choose the blog name “A Conglomeration of Thoughts”? Honestly, I don’t really have an answer to that question. I really just don’t know. Just like the … Continue reading Why “A Conglomeration of Thoughts”?
Starting a blog is something I have wanted to do for a while but never seemed to be able to begin. Why? Because every time I thought of starting a blog or writing blog posts, I was faced with reality: I had no idea what I wanted to write, or what I wanted the blog … Continue reading This is a blog.