So, this is super exciting to talk about and I’ve been anticipating talking about it for a while, but here it is: I’m participating in my first Readathon!Continue reading “Telling Tales | Animal Crossing Readathon! (1st March – 15th April)”
It’s that time of year again, guys, it’s the yearly Wrap Up! This year I’ve decided to minimise what’s been happening with the yearly events, as I’ve not particularly done much aside from reading and writing. However, there’s a few accomplishments to talk about which I’ll get into soon. Anyways, onto the post!Continue reading “2021 | (Yearly) Wrap Up”
So, this month, I’ve been mixing things up a little, trying to balance out my rereads and my first time reads, which I think I’ve been quite successful with. There’s been so many great reads this month, revisiting old characters and meeting new ones, and I’m so happy with how my Reading Challenge is looking!Continue reading “July ’21 | Wrap Up”
This review is spoiler free,Continue reading “Review: Clockwork Princess | Cassandra Clare”
It’s that time of the year again: It’s my birthday month! So, I thought I’d celebrate by reading a few of my most anticipated reads of the year, having dedicated a little spot for some old and some new. Let’s see how it goes!Continue reading “July ’21 | To Read”
It’s that time of year again, guys, it’s the yearly Wrap Up! So, every year since creating this blog I’ve done things differently, namely due to the size of this post and how taxing it is to write. However, this year I’m going to try and minimise the size of it and focus on what’s the most important things to talk about: my love for books and my Goodreads goal. So, I’m not going to link every single post I’ve made this year, that’ll take way too long, but I’m going to include a few highlights from each. Anyways, onto the post!Continue reading “2020 | (Yearly) Wrap Up”
So, this month I’m hoping to read a little more often than I had done in September, having been preoccupied with other things as explained in my September Wrap Up. This October, I’m hoping to read at least five books, so I’m picking and choosing novels that I’m currently the most excited to read.Continue reading “October ’20 | To Read”
This post has been a long time coming, initially planning on writing it in August, but felt that as I was nearly at the end of my Goodreads Reading Challenge, it would be more fitting to do it now. With only three books left to read to meet my goal of 65 books this year, now would be the perfect time to write it.
Now, I’ve done a lot of rereading this year, so I’m only going to be including books that I’ve read for the first time this year and leave the others for another post.
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”
So, this week was originally meant to be the week YALC (Young Adult Literature Convention) was to be hosted in London. However, due to current circumstances, it has been postponed until July 2021. It’s unfortunate, it being something I look forward to every year, but it’s definitely the best decision that could have been made at this time. Regardless of that, I thought I’d still celebrate the spirit of YALC in a blog post of authors I desperately wish to see on the line-up sometime. Each of these authors have a very special place in my heart and on my bookshelves. It was extremely difficult to narrow it down to five, but I’m very happy with the results. Continue reading “Top Five Tuesday | My dream YALC Line-up”