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

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

Readathons · TBRs and Wrap ups

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

Announcements · Readathons · TBRs and Wrap ups

Easter Readathon 2020 Announcement

That’s right friends, we’re back. Well, I say we, but it’s just me. Here once again to host Easter Readathon for all your long weekend reading needs. This year’s readathon will run from 12.01am on Friday 10th April until 11.59pm on Monday 13th April. I’ll be hosting reading sprints over on my Twitter at 11am,… Continue reading Easter Readathon 2020 Announcement

Top Ten Tuesday · weekly features

Top Ten Tuesday // Characters I’d follow on social media

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: February 25: Characters I’d Follow On Social Media There are… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday // Characters I’d follow on social media

Book Features · LGBTQIA

Graphic novels that stole my heart in 2019

Following my best and worst books of 2019 posts, I wanted to spotlight some graphic novels that I ADORED last year. Heartstopper Volume 2 This series has my heart. Honestly, it’s so S O F T, sweet and gently queer, that I make heart eyes every time I read it. The exploration of sexuality and… Continue reading Graphic novels that stole my heart in 2019

Blogmas · Book Features

The Christmas Stocking Tag

Last year during Blogmas, I created my own original festive book tag, about the things you find in a Christmas stocking. Since we’re well into the Christmas season, I decided to do it again this year. Rules Link to the person who tagged you Link to me, as I’d love to read your answers Answer all… Continue reading The Christmas Stocking Tag

Blogmas · Book Features

Graphic novels to read if you’re behind on your Goodreads goal

When it comes to the Goodreads challenge, people often seem to fall into two categories: Miles ahead of their challenge, have surpassed their goal by 20 books, absolutely flying 7 books behind, trying valiantly to get back on track, this ship is sinking friend I’ve been in both those categories before so I know the… Continue reading Graphic novels to read if you’re behind on your Goodreads goal

Top Ten Tuesday · weekly features

Top Ten Tuesday // Graphic novels I’m thankful for

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: November 26: Thankful Freebie For this week’s theme, I… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday // Graphic novels I’m thankful for

TBRs and Wrap ups

September 2019 Wrap Up // A slow kind of month

It was a pretty slow reading month for me in September. And I decided to put that in the title because I think it’s OK to be frank and open about that. Sometimes we hold ourselves to such high targets that any time we read less than seven or eight books in a month (or… Continue reading September 2019 Wrap Up // A slow kind of month