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Top Ten Tuesday // Books that made me smile 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

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Goodreads TBR Spring Cleaning Challenge // #Goodreadance2020

Every couple of months, I try to do a clear out of my Goodreads TBR. I find that after each quarter of the year, the books I’m interested in or keen to read have changed, so it’s good to keep updating my to-read list. So when I saw that Shealea was hosting #Goodreadance2020, I knew… Continue reading Goodreads TBR Spring Cleaning Challenge // #Goodreadance2020

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Top Ten Tuesday // Books on my Autumn 2020 TBR

Please continue supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. The Black Lives Matter card is constantly being updated with new information, petitions, and resources. 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… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday // Books on my Autumn 2020 TBR

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Top Ten Tuesday // LGBTQIAP+ books I would have loved to read when I was younger

Please continue supporting the Black Lives Matter movement and demand justice for Jacob Blake. The Black Lives Matter cardd is constantly being updated with new information, petitions, and resources. 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… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday // LGBTQIAP+ books I would have loved to read when I was younger

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Guest post by Julia’s Bookcase // 8 of my favourite F/F YA books

Today I’m incredibly excited to be sharing a guest post from Julia at Julia’s Bookcase about her favourite sapphic YA books. Make sure to check out Julia’s blog, as she posts wonderful content! I always try to read diversely, but lately I realised that I’ve read far fewer YA books about two girls falling in… Continue reading Guest post by Julia’s Bookcase // 8 of my favourite F/F YA books

LGBTQIA · TBRs and Wrap ups

June 2020 wrap up // Pride month and LGBTQ+ month readathon

Please continue supporting the Black Lives Matter movement. The Black Lives Matter cardd is constantly being updated with new information, petitions, and resources. In June, I read nine books, which was slightly less than I was hoping for, but an amount I’m pretty happy with. Three of the nine were for my LGBTQ+ month readathon TBR, but… Continue reading June 2020 wrap up // Pride month and LGBTQ+ month readathon

Readathons · TBRs and Wrap ups

May 2020 Wrap Up // Asian readathon round up

Before I wrap up the books I read in May, I want to share the link to the Black Lives Matter cardd, which has so many links to petitions you can sign, useful information, and organisations that you can to donates to in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Please make sure you’re continuously… Continue reading May 2020 Wrap Up // Asian readathon round up

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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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Easter Readathon 2020 wrap up

Easter Readathon took place last weekend, and I had such a fun time hosting it once again. This year, it felt like more people than ever took part (perhaps not a surprise considering the current global situation) and I loved all the enthusiasm and engagement. If you took part in any way, shape, or form,… Continue reading Easter Readathon 2020 wrap up