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?
That’s a wrap on the first month of 2020. And I read TEN books??? Her Royal Highness // 3 stars // Audiobook This was my first audiobook of 2020 and I really enjoyed the narration. The different accents the narrator put on for different characters were really fun and I liked the way she was… Continue reading January 2020 Wrap Up // Audiobooks, veganuary, and joining a new library
Happy new year all! We’re only a few days into 2019, but I’m already feeling hopeful and excited for what this new year could bring. But before I set some goals for this year, I want to wrap up 2018 and look at the books I read in December. I managed to read 10 books… Continue reading December wrap up and 2018 round up
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: January 1: Best Books I Read In 2018 Happy new… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: The most underrated books I read in 2018
It’s that time of year again. *sings the Most Wonderful Time of the Year in an off key voice* It’s December 1st, which means it’s the first day of Blogmas. Blogmas is a period during the festive season when bloggers post content to their sites every day. This doesn’t have to be Christmas-related, it can… Continue reading Blogmas Day 1 // Goals for the end of 2018
Author: Kate Tempest Pages: 64 Edition: UK paperback Publication date: 6th September 2018 (UK) Read: 14th – 15th September 2018 Rating: CW: Sex and discussions of a sexual nature. Award-winning writer, spoken-word star, and spellbinding performer Kate Tempest’s raw and exhilarating new collection is a heart-breaking, moving, and joyous book about the experience of love… Continue reading Poetry review: Running Upon The Wires // Personal, evocative, and wonderfully sapphic
(Disclaimer: this post contains spoilers for the Illumicrate Magic+Mayhem box.) I picked up a lot of books at YALC in the last weekend of July, so I was on something of a book buying ban in August. I still ended up with two new books in August, but I was sent them, rather than buying… Continue reading August + September 2018 book haul // Book buying bans and V. E. Schwab