TBRs and Wrap ups

May Wrap Up // Did I read all the books on my Asian Readathon TBR?

May is always such a good month because the weather warms up and we have Two bank holidays in the UK. I was busy on both of them, but I still had plenty of time to get through some books for Asian Readathon. I read 8 books during May and 7 of those were for… Continue reading May Wrap Up // Did I read all the books on my Asian Readathon TBR?

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Review: The Opposite of Always // A YA contemporary with a Groundhog Day twist

Author: Justin A. Reynolds Pages: 464 pages Edition: e-ARC Read: 6th – 9th March 2019 Rating: 4 stars CWs: Death, chronic illness, racism, racial profiling, shootings When Jack and Kate meet at a party, bonding until sunrise over their mutual love of Froot Loops and their favorite flicks, Jack knows he’s falling—hard. Soon she’s meeting… Continue reading Review: The Opposite of Always // A YA contemporary with a Groundhog Day twist

TBRs and Wrap ups

March 2019 Wrap Up // I basically ignored my TBR and I’m not sorry

I read five books in March, and I don’t think that’s too bad since one of them was 850 pages and I was also busy almost every weekend. But, I did kind of completely ignore my TBR. Whoops. But although I only read one (yikes) of the books I’d set out in my TBR, I’m… Continue reading March 2019 Wrap Up // I basically ignored my TBR and I’m not sorry

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Queer readers’ 5 most anticipated LGBT+ reads of 2019 // Shri at Sun and Chai

This is a weekly series on my blog, where queer readers give us five of their most anticipated queer reads of 2019. New posts will be uploaded every Thursday, and each week a different reader/blogger will be featured. The tenth and final instalment in the series is from the marvellous Shri @SunandChai. She shares five… Continue reading Queer readers’ 5 most anticipated LGBT+ reads of 2019 // Shri at Sun and Chai

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Queer readers’ 5 most anticipated LGBT+ reads of 2019 // Kaeley at Kliscruggs

This is a weekly series on my blog, where queer readers give us five of their most anticipated queer reads of 2019. New posts will be uploaded every Thursday, and each week a different reader/blogger will be featured. The ninth instalment in the series is from the lovely Kaeley @kliscruggs shares with us five queer books… Continue reading Queer readers’ 5 most anticipated LGBT+ reads of 2019 // Kaeley at Kliscruggs

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2019 Reading and Blogging Goals // I know it’s already March but hear me out on this one

Last year, I made some blogging and reading goals for myself and when I looked back in December 2019, I was pleased to discover that I’d achieved all but one. I know we’re two months into the year, but I realised I hadn’t shared any of the goals I quietly set myself in January, and… Continue reading 2019 Reading and Blogging Goals // I know it’s already March but hear me out on this one

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Queer readers’ 5 most anticipated LGBT+ reads of 2019 // Jocelyne at Brigandells

This is a brand new weekly series on my blog, where queer readers give us five of their most anticipated queer reads of 2019. New posts will be uploaded every Thursday, and each week a different reader/blogger will be featured. The fifth instalment in the series comes from the brilliant Jocelyne @Brigandells. Today she’s sharing… Continue reading Queer readers’ 5 most anticipated LGBT+ reads of 2019 // Jocelyne at Brigandells