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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF NERDYTALKSBOOKBLOG
73.9% of nerdytalksbookblog's followers are female and 26.1% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.10%. The average number of likes per post is 394 and the average number of comments is 21.
45.45% of the followers that engaged with nerdytalksbookblog regularly are from United States, followed by United Kingdom at 9.09% and Poland at 4.55%. In summary, the top 5 countries of nerdytalksbookblog's posts engager are coming from United States, United Kingdom, Poland, New Zealand, Australia.
Nerdytalksbookblog loves posting about Writers, Film, Music & Books, Photography.
Check nerdytalksbookblog's audience demography. This analytics report shows nerdytalksbookblog's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.
GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR NERDYTALKSBOOKBLOG
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF NERDYTALKSBOOKBLOG
- Beauty & Fashion 61.26 %
- Travel & Tourism 60.46 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 57.85 %
- Books and Literature 52.77 %
- Fitness & Yoga 47.25 %
- Art & Design 46.09 %
- Photography 41.73 %
- Technology & Science 37.34 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 36.59 %
- Business & Careers 35.36 %
- Children & Family 33.12 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 32.02 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF NERDYTALKSBOOKBLOG
- United States 45.45 %
- United Kingdom 9.09 %
- Poland 4.55 %
- New Zealand 4.55 %
- Australia 3.03 %
❝Never put off till tomorrow the book you can read today. ❞ — Holbrook Jackson ••• It seems like I have been constantly putting off books I could read today. 😣 How’s your weekend? Another work week tomorrow, and just thinking about it makes me instantly tired. What are you looking forward to the new week? Big or small! ✨
Have you read Rebecca? I am so pumped to start it I am still finishing Normal People which is taking me a month to read. 😅 Tell me about your current read! 🤍
Too excited for all the thriller books I am going to read this October, hopefully I am not jinxing it 😂 Tell me about your TBR for this month? . . . . . ••• #Badassbookbabes #culturetripbooks #litfic #whattoread #becauseofreading #top_bookstagram #bookstafeature #mywildbookishlife #bookstagram #girlandherbooks #nourishyourself #combatboredom #bookishfeatures #nerdytalks #betterwithbooks #myeverdaymagic #mycozyretreat #escapism #thrillerbooks
❝Very few of us are what we seem. ❞ — Agatha Christie ••• Tell me about your fave Agatha Christie! Would you stone me if I tell you I haven’t read any of her books? 😅 But hopefully I could remedy that this October! I am planning my TBR for the next month (haha big of me to plan for a TBR when I can’t even finishone book in a month). Thrillers will be my main goal, so hit me up with recs! Thank you in advance! ••• #AgathaChristie #herculepoirot
TOKYO UENO STATION by YU MIRI . A surreal, devastating story of a homeless ghost who haunts one of Tokyo's busiest train stations. Kazu is dead. Born in Fukushima in 1933, the same year as the Japanese Emperor, his life is tied by a series of coincidences to the Imperial family and has been shaped at every turn by modern Japanese history. But his life story is also marked by bad luck, and now, in death, he is unable to rest, doomed to haunt the park near Ueno Station in Tokyo. Kazu's life in the city began and ended in that park; he arrived there to work as a laborer in the preparations for the 1964 Tokyo Olympics and ended his days living in the vast homeless village in the park, traumatized by the destruction of the 2011 tsunami and shattered by the announcement of the 2020 Olympics. Through Kazu's eyes, we see daily life in Tokyo buzz around him and learn the intimate details of his personal story, how loss and society's inequalities and constrictions spiraled towards this ghostly fate, with moments of beauty and grace just out of reach. A powerful masterwork from one of Japan's most brilliant outsider writers, Tokyo Ueno Station is a book for our times and a look into a marginalized existence in a shiny global megapolis. ••• This books is long listed for the 2020 National Book Award in Translated Literature. I badly wanted a copy ever since I have seen it and thanks to @_fullybooked I finally have one! Check Fully Booked branches or call them to make reservations! 🤍 #TokyoUenoStation #YuMiri #FullyBooked #fullybookedph #japaneseliterature
❝In the case of good books, the point is not to see how many of them you can get through, but rather how many can get through to you. ❞ — Mortimer J. Adler ••• Finally it’s the weekend!! How is everyone? I am particularly excited for this weekend because my sister’s having a gender reveal. 😍 Sure it will be fun! How about you, what’s your plan this weekend? 🤍
❝ Literature is the most agreeable way of ignoring life.❞ — Fernando Pessoa ••• How’s your week so far? I did some plant hunting yesterday and it was fruitful! 🌱 Ticked off some plants from my wishlist 💚 Any exciting thing you did? Or something that made you happy this week? We gotta count even the small things right? 🤍
❝It’s not that I don’t like people. It’s just that when I’m in the company of others – even my nearest and dearest – there always comes a moment when I’d rather be reading a book. ❞ — Maureen Corrigan ••• Enjoy these stunning covers for your Tuesday work grind! Hope work has been good to you! 😌
❝Generally I find men are a lot more concerned with limiting the freedoms of women than exercising personal freedom for themselves. ❞ —Sally Rooney; Normal People ••• #CurrentlyReading Normal People by Sally Rooney. I hope I can make much progress on it. What are you reading this weekend? 🤍 #NormalPeople #SallyRooney #hydroflask #hydroflaskph
I am having a little gloomy Saturday. Worked the entire morning then started binge watching the new season of American Horror Story. But I’m still feeling out of it, like I have this sadness I couldn’t quite place and all I do was just deflect. But then a bookmail came! And it definitely was the highlight of my day 🥰 Thank you so much @_fullybooked for sending me these books! I have been hearing a lot about Something to Talk About and now I have a copy!! Tokyo Ueno Station by Yu Miri has been on my wishlist, and I am so happy to own it. 😍 ••• If you guys are looking for weekend reads, these titles are available at Fully Booked! You can check their website, Shopee or Lazada 🤍 ••• May you all have a wonderful weekend. ☺️ #fullybooked #SomethingToTalkAbout #TokyoUenoStation #MerylWilsner #YuMiri #gifted
VANESSA YU’S MAGICAL PARIS TEA SHOP by ROSELLE LIM . SYNOPSIS: . Become enamored with the splendor of Paris in this heartwarming and delightful story about writing one’s own destiny and finding love along the way. Vanessa Yu never wanted to see people’s fortunes—or misfortunes—in tea leaves. Ever since she can remember, Vanessa Yu has been able to see people’s fortunes at the bottom of their teacups. To avoid blurting out their fortunes, she converts to coffee, but somehow fortunes escape and find a way to complicate her life and the ones of those around her. To add to this plight, her romance life is so nonexistent that her parents enlist the services of a matchmaking expert from Shanghai. The day before her matchmaking appointment, Vanessa accidentally sees her own fate: death by traffic accident. She decides that she can’t truly live until she can find a way to get rid of her uncanny abilities. When her eccentric aunt, Evelyn, shows up with a tempting offer to whisk her away, Vanessa says au revoir to America and bonjour to Paris. While working at Evelyn’s tea stall at a Parisian antique market, Vanessa performs some matchmaking of her own, attempting to help reconnect her aunt with a lost love. As she learns more about herself and the root of her gifts, she realizes one thing to be true: knowing one’s destiny isn’t a curse, but being unable to change it is. ••• Have you guys read it? Who loves tea? 🙋🏻♀️ Sounds like a ton of fun and amazing self-discovery, count me in! 💫 ••• #vanessayusmagicalparisteashop #rosellelim
❝ Anyone who falls in love is searching for the missing pieces of themselves. So anyone who's in love gets sad when they think of their lover. It's like stepping back inside a room you have fond memories of, one you haven't seen in a long time. ❞ — Haruki Murakami ••• It has been raining since Monday, I always love gloomy weather. There’s just something comforting about it. 😌 What are you all reading? How’s your mental health? Hang in there, things will be better. ☺️ #harukimurakami #murakamibookclub #vintage
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