Tags · Telling Tales

Telling Tales | The Reading Habits Book Tag

I was tagged by the lovely Amiiie’s Books to participate in The Reading Habits Book Tag! Thank you so much, the questions seem really interesting and I can’t wait to take part. Be sure to check out her blog, her posts are always so insightful!
Now, onto the tag!  Continue reading “Telling Tales | The Reading Habits Book Tag”

Monthly Posts · To Read

April ’18 | To Read

Although, March wasn’t a particularly successful month, I’m feeling a lot more hopeful for my future and content with reading once more. I’m determined to manage my reading list this April, having carefully chosen books I’m genuinely excited about and those that have been in my to-read pile for a long time. They’re also some that can be used in my assignment portfolios too, which is a great bonus.  Continue reading “April ’18 | To Read”

Character of the Month · Monthly Posts

Character of the Month (February ’18) | Remus Lupin

Note: This post may contain spoilers from the Harry Potter series. 

Originally, I’d planned this month’s character to be one from a romance novel, considering I’m posting this on Valentines day. However, I’ve decided against that, due to yesterday’s top five, and my severe lack of knowledge of romance novels. I’m not usually one to care for those, having only read one popular romance novel and my connection to the character is pretty limited outside of ‘sweet’. So, I settled for a character I’ve felt connected to since I was a child and ignored everything about Valentines. Continue reading “Character of the Month (February ’18) | Remus Lupin”

Monthly Posts · Top Five Tuesday

Top Five Tuesday | Favourite M/M Couples in YA

This Top Five may contain spoilers.

Due to unrelated circumstances, I ended up missing last week’s Top Five, which got me quite down as I find these posts the most fun to make. However, it ended up working in my favor as I’ve been planning this post for Valentines for so long.  Continue reading “Top Five Tuesday | Favourite M/M Couples in YA”