Who is The Boundless Reader?

Hello and welcome to The Boundless Reader Blog! 

First of all, let me introduce myself. My name is Kat and I am a self-proclaimed book enthusiast. I like reading books of all genres. If you want to know more about me on a more personal note and how I got into reading, then read this.

Through this blog I wish to share with you my love for reading and hopefully encourage you to read some of my favourite reads, and also forewarn you about books that may not be worth your time. On this blog, you will find book reviews, author spotlights, reading tips, book journaling, and just all things bookish. All reviews are unbiased, meaning I do not get paid to write positive reviews.

So why is it named The Boundless Reader? Boundless means unbounded or unlimited. As someone who enjoys a wide range of books from different genres, I thought boundless is an accurate description of what type of reader I am. I like to read contemporary fiction, historical fiction,  romance, domestic fiction, mystery/thriller, dystopian, fantasy, and memoirs to name some of my favourite genres. Hence, unbounded.

The second reason being unlimited or having no limits – which I think perfectly describes the world of fiction. Reading fiction brings such a powerful way to tap into the creative mind. As readers, it’s up to us to envision the stories and explore the imaginative worlds that these books bring.

And lastly, isn’t it cool that the acronym for The Boundless Reader is TBR? Boundless accurately describes what my to-be-read (TBR) list looks like – unlimited and never-ending. 

So with that said, I hope to see you in my next post! If you want to be notified of new posts then please consider subscribing to my newsletter. If you want real-time updates, then consider following me on Instagram and Goodreads.


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