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So, this month I’ve been a little lost on what to read, having drawn a blank at the thought of reading, so I decided to return to my old system of the TBR Jar. This is what came out, and personally, I’m super excited to get started, it being the kick I needed to pick up these books.Continue reading “December ’20 | 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”
This Christmas my family treated me to a great selection of books to get me through the gap between University semesters. I’m so happy and grateful for them all so I thought I’d put them in a haul post! They’re in no particular order, but I do have a little ramble about my excitement for them, so I suppose you’ll be able to see what ones I’m most hyped about.
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!