I don’t mention Harry Potter on my blog all that often, but I loved the books when I was growing up. I spent many enjoyable hours reading about Harry, Ron, and Hermoine’s adventures, so when Beth @Booksnest tagged me to do this one, I thought it would be a lot of fun. Let’s cast some spells.… Continue reading Harry Potter Spells book tag
The simple answer would be yes. But why use the simple answer, when you can do a book tag instead. I saw Marie @DrizzleandHurricaneBooks do this tag and thought it looked like a lot of fun, so I thought I’d give it a go. 1) What is the longest amount of time you can comfortably… Continue reading Am I addicted to books?
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?
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: May 21: Books That I Refuse to Let Anyone Touch… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday // Books I’d dive into a volcano to protect
This month, I’m excited to be taking part in Asian readathon, hosted by Cindy, Sandra, Chloe, Kav, and Ellias. The readathon starts on 1st May and ends on 31st and the aim is to read books by Asian authors. There are five reading challenges, and I’ve decided to try and hit all five of them… Continue reading May 2019 TBR // Asian Readathon
April was a really fun month for me. I took part in the Aro Ace April and #ARCAttack reading challenges and hosted Easter Readathon for the second year running. I managed to read nine books over the course of the month and read five out of the six on my TBR for Easter Readathon. So… Continue reading April Wrap Up // Three Easter eggs, two reading challenges, one readathon
Last weekend, I hosted #EasterReadathon for the second time, and spent the whole bank holiday reading and relaxing. It was great. This year, I read more books than last year, hosted more sprints on Twitter, and set challenges for the readathon, which a lot of people took part in (this made me so happy!). Books… Continue reading Easter Readathon Wrap Up // Graphic novels and cute contemporaries