March seemed to last 40 years, so how come I only read 10 books and not 2847 books? I’m kidding, I’m actually really pleased with 10 because I’ve managed to read 10 books each month since the start of the year. If I keep this up, I might actually hit my goal of 100??? Harley… Continue reading March 2020 Wrap Up // Buddy reads (not) galore?
This year marks the fourth year of the BBC Young Writers’ Award,which invites all 14 – 18-year-olds living in the United Kingdom to submit short stories of up to 1,000 words. The Award was launched as part of the tenth anniversary celebrations for the BBC National Short Story Award and aims to inspire and encourage… Continue reading BBC Young Writers’ Award // Unspoken by Lottie Mills
The BBC Young Writers’ Award is a short story competition that gives teenage writers aged between 14 and 18 the chance to submit their fiction for the chance to have their story broadcast on BBC Radio 1 and read by a top actor (previous actors have included Sir Ian McKellen and Daisy Ridley). The winner will… Continue reading BBC Young Writers’ Award shortlist announcement
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature created by Jamie over at The Broke and The Bookish. The feature was created because Jamie is loves lists, and this weeks theme is: October 17: Top Ten Yummy Foods Mentioned In Books This is a tricky one for me because a lot of the books I’ve read (especially recently) don’t… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books with tasty snacks + food-related issues I want to see more of in fiction
Every now and then when my TBR gets over 250 books and I realise it’s become way too unwieldy, I go through and remove books that have been on there for a long time and I’m not too bothered about reading any more. In my recent cull, these were some of the books that I… Continue reading TBR Unhaul: Books I’ve Recently Removed From My Goodreads TBR