So, this month I’ve delved into a few titles that I wouldn’t usually explore, such as Women’s Literature and Chick Lit, which has opened a few doors to me about tropes that are popular within those genres. As someone who has been in love with the Young Adult genre from a young age, I’ve discovered a lot about what’s popular and not within the genre and so I thought I’d compose a post about some of my favourite tropes within YA. Continue reading “Top Five Tuesday | YA Tropes I Love”
Although, current circumstances means we’ve been having quite a limited lifestyle outside of this blog, online has been booming with content. Even though, I’ve had a few mishaps with timings again, I’ve still managed to create content that I’m proud of. Continue reading “April ’20 | Wrap Up”
This review is spoiler free. Continue reading “Review: Carry On | Rainbow Rowell”
This week I decided to concentrate more on the writing side of things. Plus, right now I’m struggling a lot with gathering the motivation to read, and I always find the second half of a book to be easier to read than the first half. So, this week’s Top Five is dedicated to the best final lines of some of my favourite reads. Continue reading “Top Five Tuesday | Final Lines”
Regardless of what people say, everyone judges a book by its cover. Whether I’m scrolling through Amazon or Goodreads, or wandering around my favourite bookstore, there’s a high chance I will fall in love with a book with a pretty cover – regardless of what it’s about. Continue reading “Telling Tales | Same Book, Different Cover”
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”
As a third year university student, I have the misfortune to partake in my degree dissertation, or what my course refers to as an ‘Independent Study’. However, as I’m studying Creative Writing, I get to write a somewhat long creative piece of my own, on a topic of my choice. Basically, I’m using this as an excuse to explore a few of my favourite genres and make my to-be-read pile a little larger. This list mostly consists on retelling of classic literature and YA Fantasy, as my project is somewhat those spliced together. I’ve found a few I’m really excited to read, yet I’ll still include those I’ve already read as I’m planning on studying them a little more. Anyways, onto the list!
This Review contains spoilers.