Although, the outside has been a bit hectic, online this blog has had quite the successful month. Yet again, I had a few mishaps with the timings of my posts, yet overall I’m quite proud of how my reading and content creating has gone. Continue reading “March ’20 | Wrap Up”
This review is spoiler free. Continue reading “Review: City of Bones | Cassandra Clare”
So, I’ve been putting off writing this mammoth of a post for around a week now, meaning I’ve left it to the night of New Years Eve to get it done; more specifically around 4 hours left of the year. Not bad going, really. Anyways, this year has been full of highs and lows, some more serious than the others, however, it’s time to finally wave goodbye to the whirlwind of 2018 and say hello to 2019…
please, be nice to us. Continue reading “2018 | (Yearly) Wrap Up”
This month I’ve been a little unproductive with my blog, my time revolving more around my studies than anything else. It has meant my reading has suffered for it, not having much to talk about. However, I can hopefully spend more time concentrating on my blogging and self-care now I have a little more free time. Continue reading “May ’18 | Wrap Up”
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”
Goodreads has been a huge part of my reading life for so many years now, recommending it to everyone I know and being actively near daily since. So, after noticing the existence of this tag I am so grateful to the lovely emmareadstoomuch for tagging me in this. Your answers were so interesting to read, and I’m a huge fan of your blog. Anyone who doesn’t follow should do so immediately, their posts are some of the best I read. Now, onto the tag!
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!