TBRs and Wrap ups

April 2020 Wrap Up // Readathons, lockdown, and Booktube

I’ve been managing to consistently read 10 books per month since the start of 2020, so in April by aim was also to read 10. And yet somehow, I managed to read 13??? I’m still in shock to be honest. I think it was a combination of hosting a readathon and just being in the… Continue reading April 2020 Wrap Up // Readathons, lockdown, and Booktube

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I started a Booktube channel???

That’s right folks, I did. I started a channel. This is something I’ve been thinking about doing since 2015. So five years ago. FIVE YEARS. But I never really had time during university, and once I finished I started working full time so it never happened. But every few months for the last two years,… Continue reading I started a Booktube channel???

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April 2020 TBR // Royalty, magic, and other worlds

I managed to read 10 books during the 40-year period that was March, so I’m aiming for something similar in April. I’m not going to set a TBR for all 10 books (because let’s face it, I don’t want to jinx myself), but I’ve got a couple of fantasy ARCs and a few sci-fi library… Continue reading April 2020 TBR // Royalty, magic, and other worlds

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April 2019 TBR // Aro Ace April and #ARCAttack

Yes friends, this month, I’m taking part in TWO different reading challenges. They both sounded so good and I couldn’t choose between then, so I thought: The challenges I’m doing are: Aro Ace April, run by Imi @ImiReviewsBooks and Ellie @FaerieontheShelf #ARCAttack run by Vicky @WhatVickyRead The aim of Aro Ace April is to read… Continue reading April 2019 TBR // Aro Ace April and #ARCAttack

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April 2018 Wrap Up (Let’s just pretend I didn’t set myself a TBR, OK)

April was a pretty busy and exciting month for me. I visited my sister abroad, went to London, and spent the day at an agricultural festival. It was an energising few weeks, but I did not stick to my TBR. At all. In fact, I think at this point it would be better if we… Continue reading April 2018 Wrap Up (Let’s just pretend I didn’t set myself a TBR, OK)

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April 2018 TBR (Or the month where I attempt to stay on track with my Goodreads goal)

This month is passing quickly already and I’m busy with work and travel. Last weekend I went to visit my sister in France and had a wonderful time. We walked along the beach, went to museums, and even visited Paris. That didn’t leave much time for reading, but I have the rest of the month… Continue reading April 2018 TBR (Or the month where I attempt to stay on track with my Goodreads goal)

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April Wrap Up (Or the month I got out of my reviewing slump!)

Hey guys, This month seems to have gone by surprisingly slowly, but I think that’s because we moved house and it took a week or so to get everything sorted. I’m very excited for May for several reasons: It’s warm (usually) ACOWAR comes out I have a couple of interviews My bf is coming to… Continue reading April Wrap Up (Or the month I got out of my reviewing slump!)

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April TBR (or the month where I’ll FINALLY be reading ACOL)

Hey guys! I’m pretty excited that it’s April and we’ll hopefully be seeing more sunshine and warm weather. (Though I’m not holding my breath.) It’s also only a month until some of the big May releases will be out (I’m looking at you When Dimple Met Rishi and ACOWAR)! So after a pretty good reading… Continue reading April TBR (or the month where I’ll FINALLY be reading ACOL)

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March Wrap Up (Aka: the month I commuted across London and actually had time to read)

Hello everyone! April is here and I’m SO excited for spring! The weather seems to be warming up (please let it continue) and on my train journey yesterday I saw approximately 4372 lambs. It was joyful. I had a much better reading month in March than February, mostly thanks to all the commuting I was doing while… Continue reading March Wrap Up (Aka: the month I commuted across London and actually had time to read)