Technically this tag is called the End of Year book tag, and was originally created by Ariel Bissett over on her YouTube channel. But I thought it might be a little confusing to see an end of year tag in September, so I’m titling my post the End of Summer book tag, since that’s the… Continue reading The End of Summer book tag
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
In 2020, I somehow managed to read more books than any other year. Ever. So when it came down to choosing the best of the best, I had a bit of a task on my hands. How do you narrow down 120 books to 10 or 15 favourites? With difficulty, apparently. But after some musing… Continue reading 18 of the Best Books I Read in 2020
Today I’m excited to be sharing my review for Fable by Adrienne Young. This is a YA fantasy story about a girl who joins a ship’s crew to try and find her father. A big thank you to Titan for providing me with an e-ARC in exchange for an honest review. This does not influence… Continue reading Book review: Fable // Shipwrecks, storms, and romance on the high seas
There’s nothing quite like reading a book for the first time and realising it’s going to be a 5 star read. That feeling of being under a book’s spell, loving every chapter and seeing the plot, writing style, and character development all come together is a special kind of magic. One that can be hard… Continue reading Can you ever recapture the feeling of reading a book for the first time?