Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together. This week’s theme is: July 30: Freebie Since we can pick our own topics… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday // Favourite covers of 2019 (so far)
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?
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
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
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
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
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