Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday: Series I’m not going to finish (ever)

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and was 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: June 26: Series I’ve Given Up On/Don’t Plan to Finish… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Series I’m not going to finish (ever)

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Blogmas Day 17: Five favourite fantasies I’ve read this year

If you’ve been following me for a while, you’ll know that fantasy is my favourite genre and I get so much joy out of picking up new books with magic, dragons, and mystical worlds. Of all the books I’ve read this year, these were my five favourites. A Conjuring of Light I could easily have… Continue reading Blogmas Day 17: Five favourite fantasies I’ve read this year

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Blogmas Day 7: Series I NEED to finish next year

Sometimes, when I begin a new series, I manage to buy or borrow all of the books in a short space of time and finish it within a few weeks/months. But, more often than not, I’ll pick up other books in between, and leave the second and third books for months and months. These are… Continue reading Blogmas Day 7: Series I NEED to finish next year

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Series I’m Not Going To Finish

Recently, I’ve been considering the series I’ve finished, those I currently have ongoing, and those I want to start. With that in mind, I decided that there are a few series I started years ago, and am just not going to finish. 1. The Wool series by Hugh Howey My uncle recommended this to me… Continue reading Series I’m Not Going To Finish

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The Rise of the Duology: The Good, The Bad and… (oh wait that’s it, it’s a two-part series)

Today I wanted to discuss something that’s been playing on my mind ever since I read Six of Crows in December 2016, RIP my heart. Duologies. As a two-part series, the duology is unique in its role as mediator between stand-alones and trilogies. It has the ability to split a story up into two cohesive, dynamic… Continue reading The Rise of the Duology: The Good, The Bad and… (oh wait that’s it, it’s a two-part series)