…if I DNf’d books. 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: December 10: Freebie For this… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday // Books I would have DNF’d…
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: October 29: Halloween Freebie Unpopular opinion alert: I don’t get… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday // Books that should have been on my Halloween TBR
August was a bit of a YALC-comedown month. I was definitely feeling the post-convention lull, but I decided to take part in ARC August to get through some of the books I picked up. And I mostly succeeded. I read four ARCs/advance copies and three previously-published books, making my total number of books for the… Continue reading August 2019 Wrap Up // ARCs, new favourites, and trades
Although I’m sad that July is over, I’m excited to be taking part in ARC August this year. ARC August is an annual reading challenge hosted by Octavia and Shelly @ReadSleepRepeat. The aim is to read as many ARCs as you can during August and take part in challenges (if you want to). I’m aiming to… Continue reading August 2019 TBR // ARC August
This is (ever so slightly) belated since we’re already 13 days into July but I’m excited to share the books I want to read for the rest of the month. And a sneaky few books that I may or may not have already read. Quite a few of these aren’t your typical ‘summer reads’, but… Continue reading July 2019 TBR // Not-so-summer reads?
YALC is the big UK literature convention that happens every summer and is undoubtedly the highlight of my bookish calendar. I get to hang out with friends (which is especially fun when you haven’t seen each other for ages), go to panels, and line up for author signings with my faves. I don’t think it’s… Continue reading Books I want to read before YALC (if I can find enough hours in the day)
Last weekend, I hosted #EasterReadathon for the second time, and spent the whole bank holiday reading and relaxing. It was great. This year, I read more books than last year, hosted more sprints on Twitter, and set challenges for the readathon, which a lot of people took part in (this made me so happy!). Books… Continue reading Easter Readathon Wrap Up // Graphic novels and cute contemporaries