Hauls · Telling Tales

Telling Tales | A Birthday Book Haul

So, it was my birthday on the 5th and my boyfriend and I went into Waterstones… The rest, they say, is history. I treated myself to a few titles, then proceeded to walk into The Works the next day and treated myself again. My bank balance is currently unhappy with me, but I’m buzzing with excitement! Here’s what I bought! Continue reading “Telling Tales | A Birthday Book Haul”

Monthly Posts · Top Five Tuesday

Top Five Tuesday | Anticipated 2019 Releases

Although, it’s a little later into 2019 than planned to be making this, I thought it was time to return to this Top Five. I’ve made a few similar before, but they’re by far the most enjoyable of posts to write. I just love researching into upcoming books! Continue reading “Top Five Tuesday | Anticipated 2019 Releases”

Monthly Posts · Wrap Up

January ’19 | Wrap Up

How are we one month down in 2019 already?! This month has been fairly unproductive for me, aside from the occasional read, as I’ve been in recovery with my health meaning I’ve had very little time/energy to fully devote myself to many activities. Nevertheless, I’m determined to push that aside in February and full delve into my blog and remain as positive as possible. Continue reading “January ’19 | Wrap Up”

Review

Review: [Dis]Connected: Poems and Stories of Connection and Otherwise | Michelle Halket, Sara Bond, Nikita Gill, Pierre Alex Jeanty, Amanda Lovelace, Canisia Lubrin, Trista Mateer, Cyrus Parker, Yena Sharma Purmasir, Iain S. Thomas, Liam Ryan and R.H. Swaney (ARC)

This review is spoiler free. Continue reading “Review: [Dis]Connected: Poems and Stories of Connection and Otherwise | Michelle Halket, Sara Bond, Nikita Gill, Pierre Alex Jeanty, Amanda Lovelace, Canisia Lubrin, Trista Mateer, Cyrus Parker, Yena Sharma Purmasir, Iain S. Thomas, Liam Ryan and R.H. Swaney (ARC)”

Monthly Posts · Wrap Up

November ’18 | Wrap Up

Firstly, I’d just like to apologise for how late this post is, but I’ve felt unable to blog until now. This past month I’ve not been as active on this blog as much as I’d have liked. My health has suffered slightly recently, meaning I’ve hardly been motivated to do much outside of this blog, let alone with the content I create. Unfortunately, this means I’ve not made much progress with reading either. But no matter! December is a new month and I’m going to try my hardest to get back into the swing of things again. Continue reading “November ’18 | Wrap Up”

Monthly Posts · To Read

November ’18 | To Read

I’ve decided to dedicate this month entirely to self-care, having lost myself in higher education for so long that I’ve lost the spark of reading. So, every book I’ve put on my reading list this month is one I’m incredibly excited about, wanting to rediscover why I love reading so much in the first place.  Continue reading “November ’18 | To Read”