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.
This week’s post is about characters whose fictional job I’d like to have.
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
December 29: Favorite Books of 2020 I’ve already got a post planned with my favourite books of the year so for this week’s TTT, I’m sharing the books that made me smile in 2020. All these books had sweet, wholesome moments that made me smile. Get a Life Chloe Brown and A Cuban Girl’s Guide had… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday // Books that made me smile in 2020
Two years ago during Blogmas, I created my own original tag: the Christmas Stocking tag. The tag is all about things you’d find in a Christmas stocking and books of course! Rules Link to the person who tagged you Link to me, as I’d love to read your answers Answer all 10 questions, choosing books… Continue reading The Christmas Stocking tag
My reading in November was nowhere near as good as it was in October, when I read 17 books, but I don’t mind at all because I still read 10 books, and I some of them were absolutely fantastic. The Only Good Indians // 4 stars // Audiobook Content warnings for animal harm and mutilation,… Continue reading November 2020 wrap up // New favourites and lockdown part 2