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 one is a little different to the ones I usually write, being a little more in depth than a simple book cover, but that’s because I haven’t felt very motivated to read lately. By doing this post, I’m hoping it’ll encourage me to fall back in love with words and get delving back into the books of my TBR. We’ll see!
Continue reading “Top Five Tuesday | Favourite Book Quotes”
So, this month I’ve been a lot more dedicated towards my reading, managing to achieve a fair amount of pages and have delved into some fascinating worlds. Fingers crossed my motivation will continue into November!Continue reading “October ’20 | Wrap Up”
This review is spoiler free.Continue reading “Review: The Great Gatsby | F. Scott Fitzgerald”
It’s been a while since I’ve had the motivation to write another Top Five Tuesday, but considering this week is Valentines Day, it’s given me the inspiration needed to finally write this post. A few years ago, I wrote a post along similar lines of my Favourite M/M Couples in YA, but this year I decided to broaden the subject slightly to make things a little easier. Continue reading “Top Five Tuesday | Favourite F/M Couples in fiction”
I may have missed yesterday’s post, so I’m already one day behind… Nevertheless, I’m managing it now. As mentioned before, I was tagged by the incredible Lost at The Chronicles of Tick Tock, so be sure to check them out!
Also, have a look at Day One here.
I was tagged by the wonderful Dougie (Second Star To The Right) to participate in 20 book-related questions and it was so much fun! Continue reading “Telling Tales | The 20 Questions Tag”
I originally was considering dedicating this week to anticipated reads for the second half of the year, but I’ve done two weeks like this in the past and I thought that was overdoing it slightly. (I’ll probably run out of ideas and do it eventually though) So, I thought I’d write about books I love so much that I never get fed up of. There’s quite a long list, so it’s difficult to put it down to five, but I’m sure I can do another like it eventually. Continue reading “Top Five Tuesday | Books I could reread forever”
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”
I went to see Love, Simon last week and it got me thinking of some of the more positive movie adaptations; I’m usually fairly picky when it comes to books making it on the big screen. However, I loved Love, Simon, so much more than the book actually, and I’ll definitely be writing a post all about my thoughts soon.
Anyways, I thought I’d dedicate this week to celebrating some of my favourite book to movie adaptations! Continue reading “Top Five Tuesday | Best Book to Movie Adaptations”