Back in September, I did a big old Goodreads TBR unhaul as part of Shealea‘s #Goodreadance. I found it really useful to refresh my shelves and re-evaluate which books I’m likely to read in the coming months (or even years). In spring, I did another round of virtual spring cleaning. I’ve added a lot of… Continue reading Spring cleaning my Goodreads TBR
Today is World Book Day in the UK and to celebrate, myself and lots of other UK book bloggers are sharing three YA or MG book recommendations for children and teens.
To celebrate F/F February, which is currently being hosted by Imi and Ellie over at Beyond a Bookshelf, I wanted to share some exciting sapphic releases that should be on your radar for 2021.
I know it’s February and this post is very late, but there are so many exciting books coming out in 2021 that I wanted to share some of my most anticipated releases with you. These books are all releasing from January to June and I CAN’T WAIT to read them. I’ve listed them chronologically by… Continue reading 40 Most Anticipated Releases of 2021 (January to June)
There are so many books I’m excited for this year that it was hard to narrow it down to 25. Really hard. Especially when we’re being blessed with so many exciting LGBT+ books and own voices books this year. But, I’ve managed to pick out 25 of my most anticipated reads from January to June… Continue reading 25 most anticipated reads for the first half of 2019 // Queer, diverse, and hyped books
With YALC less than two days away, excitement levels are reaching peak levels. Hotels are booked, trains are scheduled, and we’re ready to meet authors, hang out with friends, and pick up more books than we can carry. This will be my third year at YALC, but for anyone going for the first time, it… Continue reading 10 tips on how to attend YALC like a boss
DNFing books is a great way ensure you’re reading only what you enjoy. As readers, we have the autonomy to choose whether or not we continue with a book if it’s not meeting our expectations. After all, we only have a finite amount of time to read (as much as I want to believe that we’re all… Continue reading Literary Discussions // Why I don’t DNF books
It’s Christmas Eve, which means it’s the final day of Blogmas! I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my first Blogmas and thought I’d close it out, after yesterday’s Worst Books I’ve Read This Year post, with the best books I’ve read this year. These are all books I gave 5 stars too, which doesn’t happen all that often, and they were… Continue reading Blogmas Day 24: The best books I’ve read in 2017
With only 8 days left of 2017, I was ruminating on the poetry, graphic novels, short stories, and novels I’ve read this year. Some of them have been wonderful and uplifting. Some have been exciting and action-packed. But some have been pretty poor. So as we all do towards the end of the year,… Continue reading Blogmas Day 23: The worst books I’ve read in 2017
If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll know that fantasy is my favourite genre and I get so much joy out of picking up new books with magic, dragons, and mystical worlds. Of all the books I’ve read this year, these were my five favourites. A Conjuring of Light I could easily have… Continue reading Blogmas Day 17: Five favourite fantasies I’ve read this year