TBRs and Wrap ups

November 2019 TBR // A mix of sci-fi, fantasy, and contemporary

I’ve got some exciting reading planned for November, but I’m only setting myself a gentle TBR. (By gentle, I mean not set in stone.) I’ve been finding more and more recently that I want to mood read, so I’m going to give myself the chance to do that this month. Below are some of books… Continue reading November 2019 TBR // A mix of sci-fi, fantasy, and contemporary

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October 2019 Wrap Up // Lots of travelling, little reading

This is going to be a short wrap up for October because I only reading three books. Oops. Serpent and Dove // 4 stars // I can see why my friends were yelling at me to read this. It’s so good.Β I read the audiobook version and the narration was great. It alternates between female and… Continue reading October 2019 Wrap Up // Lots of travelling, little reading

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Library Loves // 8 ways to help your local library survive and thrive

Alternative titles for this post include: How to be the biggest library stan you can possibly beΒ  Being a library nerd is beneficial to your community Is it possible to become an honorary librarian just from talking about libraries so much? OK, but all joking aside, in the UK the threat of library closures is… Continue reading Library Loves // 8 ways to help your local library survive and thrive

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Library Loves // Interview with a teen librarian

As part of #LibraryLoves month, today is Library Day; a day dedicated to promoting and supporting libraries. So for Library Day, I’m delighted to be sharing an interview with Rachel @Recitrachel, who is a librarian for teens in Chicago, USA. 1. Thanks for agreeing to this Q&A! Tell us a bit about you!Β  Hello! I’m… Continue reading Library Loves // Interview with a teen librarian

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September 2019 TBR // Autumn, audiobooks, and ‘big hitters’

A September, my fateful foe. I like September itself, but I don’t like what it heralds:Β the end of summer. Summer is my favourite season, so when the nights start to cut in and it gets colder, I’m just a sad bean. (I want to be warm all the time and to be able to wear… Continue reading September 2019 TBR // Autumn, audiobooks, and ‘big hitters’

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July 2019 Wrap Up // YALC, Indian Lit Readathon, and new vegan food

July is always a great month and this time was no different. The weather was hot, YALC was amazing, and I read some really great books. I read eight books in July, including three audiobooks, two short stories, and a graphic novel. And, aside from The Devouring Gray, which I’ll be finishing in August, I… Continue reading July 2019 Wrap Up // YALC, Indian Lit Readathon, and new vegan food

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I recorded my reading for a week and this is what happened

We all have reading patterns. Some people prefer to read in the daytime some people prefer night. Some people prefer reading in bed, others prefer reading on the bus. But do many of us actually record when we read, and for how many pages we get through? I definitely don’t. I was chatting with Helen… Continue reading I recorded my reading for a week and this is what happened