Folks, it’s that time of year again. No, not that time of year. (I mean, it almost is, but that’s not what I was thinking of.) It’s #Goodreadance2021 season. Goodreadance, or the Goodreads Spring Cleaning Challenge, is an autumnal project hosted by Shealea, with the aim of spring cleaning your Goodreads account and general TBR… Continue reading Goodreadance 2021 // How I’ve tidied up my Goodreads shelves and unhauled books
So far in 2021, I’ve read 111 books, but there are still a lot that I’d like to read before the end of the year. Especially books I’ve been meaning to read since the summer. But I’m trying to be realistic. We’re almost into December and I know that I’m not going to be able… Continue reading Books I need to read before the end of 2021
It’s summer time and we’re half way through the year so it’s time for one of my favourite types of posts. A list of anticipated releases for the second half of 2021. These are all books I’m looking forward to that are releasing in July to December of 2021. Hopefully I can share my excitement… Continue reading 40 Most Anticipated Releases of 2021 (July to December)
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 my stop on the Black Water Sister blog tour, hosted by EDPR. I’m delighted to be sharing an extract from the book that gives a real flavour of why this book is as brilliant as it is. A huge thank you to EDPR for providing me with a copy of the book in… Continue reading Blog tour: Black Water Sister by Zen Cho
About a year ago, I published a Q&A on my blog featuring Paper Lanterns, a brand new YA literary journal focusing on short stories, essays, and reviews. Today I’m excited to be spotlighting Paper Lanterns again, this time with an interview looking back over the past year and seeing how things have changed for the… Continue reading Paper Lanterns Literary Journal Q&A: One Year On
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)
Yes friends, I know it’s February, and I should have probably posted this in January, but I wanted to take some little time to mull over my goals for 2021 and think about what I actually wanted to achieve this year. In previous years, I’ve set reading goals and then haven’t stuck to them. At… Continue reading 2021 reading and blogging goals