I think this might be the latest I’ve ever published this post, but unfortunately I’ve been too busy to create it.
Plus, procrastination is a curse. No matter, it’s taken a lot of thought into who to dedicate this month’s character to, and with deep consideration I’ve decided to talk about someone who has been a huge part of my life since I was a child. Continue reading “Character of the Month (August ’18) | Evra Von”
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”
Considering we’re now deep in the depths of deadline hell, I thought it would be fitting to dedicate this week to five authors that inspire me to create. I’m currently undertaking a BA in Creative and Professional Writing and we’re often provoked into talking about our inspirations for our pieces. These guys turn up pretty often! Continue reading “Top Five Tuesday | Authors that inspire me”
This week’s Top Five is dedicated to my old beloved series currently collecting dust on my shelves. I’ve been meaning to read these again for years, yet I have an intimidating pile in my room of books I’ve never read, and they’ve become an automatic priority… even though the pile only ever seems to get bigger. Continue reading “Top Five Tuesday | YA Series To Re-Read”
In all honesty, this week hasn’t been the nicest. Things seemed to have gone progressively south from beginning to end, so I thought I’d wallow in my sadness a little more before starting afresh by making a top five most heartbreaking deaths in young adult fiction! Continue reading “Top Five Tuesday | Most Heartbreaking Deaths in YA Fiction”