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.
Another week is in the books, and it's time for the weekly wrap up! Books I read Spellbook of the Lost and Found by Moïra Fowley-Doyle Lost Boy by Christina Henry Raven Stratagem (DNF) by Yoon Ha Lee This was a great week for reading because both books I finished were wonderful. Spellbook of … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up #11
The first Instagram Sunday of May! It's a gorgeous day and there are stacks of books waiting to be photographed.
March Reading Round-up: in which I visit too many bookstores