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My love for Not Your Sidekick knows no bounds — so I made WALLPAPERS

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This is the first post of my new feature on my blog Рthe inadequately named Art-ish Things.

In this feature, I talk a little bit about anything art-related, such as sharing my current works-in-progress or delving into work I have already completed. Art is important to me, hence why I started this feature and I wanted art to be a big component of my blog. I decided to do fanart of books, especially diverse books, because I think visual art has a different way of communicating ideas and love for books than reviews.

Last night, I shared fanart that I did for¬†Not Your Sidekick, which, if you haven’t heard already, is one of my favourite books of all time and I don’t shut up about it. Awhile back, I was asked to turn any fanart of Not Your Sidekick¬†that I did¬†into a phone wallpaper because I’d like to use it. So today, I’ll be sharing with you wallpaper versions of my fanart!

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Meet The Artist / Blogger!

Hello everyone, how are you all? I hope all of you are reading some lovely and exciting books!

Today’s post is a little different to things I’d usually post. I saw some really cool posts around Instagram that were called ‘Meet the Artist’, so I thought I would do this too! So, this post is about us becoming better acquainted!¬†A lot of you may be relatively new followers of my blog, and you may not even know me that well! So, I hope by the end of this post, you’ll know me a little better. I hope you will give me the opportunity to get to know you too. Since I ramble¬†a lot, doing this ‘Meet the Artist’ challenge was a way to convey myself more succinctly, which I’m definitely working on!

So, here’s my¬†Meet The Artist:¬†

For those of you who are not able to read the image, here is the text version:

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