BookMushIlls

There are a bunch of “problems” series on Youtube and social media today – like 1st World Problems, teenage problems, I decided to start a series on my blog/YouTube Channel about readers’ problems!

So you’re probably wondering about the title of the series.

BOOKISH MUSH ILLS

Well, ma-shaa-kils is a word in Arabic for difficulties or problems.

And Ma-saa’il is an Urdu word for problems.

So it covers both languages / cultures.  =)

And when your lunch becomes mush it’s just not fun. It kills your appetite.  And that is a huge problem.  Unless you’re playing with your leftover fries, fishsticks, applesauce, and ketchup at lunch — nobody likes to eat mush. 

Mushrooms are also awesome.  Like the ones in the smurfs and Alice in Wonderland. 🙂 I didn’t want to go with the said-and-done Book Nerd Problems, so I went with this title and put a middle eastern twist on it. Because I’m Middle Eastern and I like mushrooms.

mushroom

I plan to make a post once a week — which is at least 52 total for the whole year. However, with your help I can create more fun posts – and post up to 2x a week — so that makes it closer to 104 for the year.

If you’re interested, let me know by sending me an email or comment below with your name, blog/YouTube channel, and the topic you will be writing about. You can make it cute, funny, a video, a blog post, or an instagram photo.  Get creative! Also let me know which month you would like to write your post/film your video . Each post will be due the 10th for the month you’re writing for.

Feel free to follow the twitter account:

@BookMushIlls

I am really excited about this series! Join if you are interested and I hope you enjoy reading / watching this series!

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  1. Pingback: What Are Your Reading Goals for the Year? | M&M Mariam | Making Up for Monday 1/5 | Mariam Mimi's Bookish Blog

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