March was such a busy month -- I feel like it completely flew by! I had so many life changes in March, including preparation for moving to a new job and studying (and passing!) by driving theory test. I did, however, still manage to get some reading done, although I didn’t read as many books as I had wanted.
Welcome back to another anti-book haul! You guys seemed to like my last anti-haul, so I thought I’d bring it back again. If you didn’t see my last post, an anti-haul is a list of books that I’d really like to buy, but haven’t! I’m working on saving a little bit of cash for some … Continue reading The Anti-Book Haul Strikes Back
I feel like I’m saying this at the end of every single month, but seriously how is September already over? This year is absolutely flying by! It has been a brilliant month for reading and for blogging. Not only did I land myself on a few publishers's blogger lists, I launched my YouTube channel! I'm not sure how you could miss that fact if you've been frequently reading this blog -- I'm definitely talking about it and linking it constantly -- but if you did, you can find my channel here 🙂
Happy Friday, you guys! It feels like a proper autumn day here in the UK. The sun is shining but it’s absolutely freezing! This has been a great week for books and reading, but not great for my bookshelves (they’re beginning to sag under the weight). This will probably be quite a long post, so buckle up!
Happy Wednesday! I've got another book haul post to share with you today. I've received a bunch of great books in the mail from publishers over the past few weeks (and I may have gone to the bookshop yesterday, but I had a full Waterstones stamp card!). I did a little video for my YouTube channel yesterday. All the books I talk about are listed below the video!
Join me in my shame, everyone. So yesterday was payday, and I needed to pop over to Waterstones to pick up my book club's next book. I headed over with my friend and after much perusing and book chat, I grabbed my book (plus one more).
As I’m sure you all know (and might be sick of hearing), I was lucky enough to attend YALC this past weekend. The Young Adult Literature Convention is part of London Film and Comic Con and is held once a year. I had never been before and was incredibly excited to attend – I have friends who have been, and they absolutely loved it. I got my reading list together, came up with some tips for attending, made some pals on Twitter, packed my bags, and headed to London.