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 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 19: Changes In My Reading Life The way I… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday // 10 Ways my Reading Life Has Changed
As part of #LibraryLoves month, today is Library Day; a day dedicated to promoting and supporting libraries. So for Library Day, I’m delighted to be sharing an interview with Rachel @Recitrachel, who is a librarian for teens in Chicago, USA. 1. Thanks for agreeing to this Q&A! Tell us a bit about you! Hello! I’m… Continue reading Library Loves // Interview with a teen librarian
Since we’re now into the second half of 2019, I can’t help but start thinking about books I’m excited for in autumn and winter. So, I’ve put together a list of my most anticipated releases for the second half of the year (I know it’s August already, fight me). July In the tropical kingdom of… Continue reading Most anticipated reads of 2019 // July to December
June was a great month for many reasons: PRIDE I went on holiday It was my birthday I started my Scribd free trial (AUDIOBOOKS) It was a busy, vibrant month and probably my favourite month of the year so far. I read 6 books during June and all except Wicked Fox (which I’d started at… Continue reading June 2019 Wrap Up // Reading with pride
We all have reading patterns. Some people prefer to read in the daytime some people prefer night. Some people prefer reading in bed, others prefer reading on the bus. But do many of us actually record when we read, and for how many pages we get through? I definitely don’t. I was chatting with Helen… Continue reading I recorded my reading for a week and this is what happened
There’s been a lot of discussion in the book community recently about diversifying LGBTQIA+ representation and including more own voices rep. For pride month, I wanted to delve deeper into this, and look at what queer readers themselves want to see more of in LGBTQIA+ books. I asked a group of fantastic bloggers, bookstagrammers, and… Continue reading What do queer readers want to see in LGBTQIA+ books?