Hello all you wonderful readers! I decided to do something a little different this month for my TBR -- I let Scottish Fiance choose what I will read. I picked out the books I know I need to read this month and let him choose the rest. Was I worried? Absolutely. Did I need to be? Well...kind of, yes.
Hey guys, guess what? It’s December! Already! I feel like November was just a thing that didn’t happen. This year has absolutely flown by and I’m not sure where the time has gone. But now that November is over, it’s time for my monthly reading round-up.
Hi all! I don't usually post on Saturdays, but I have pulled together my very first reading vlog. You can check out what the cats and I have been up to in life and books this week:
September is gone, and October is here! I’ve been doing these monthly TBR strategy posts because they really help me organise my thoughts and reading ambitions. October is going to be quite the busy month for reading, so this post is going to be so helpful! As you guys may have seen in the past, … Continue reading October TBR Strategy
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 🙂
So I’ve done a video review for Electric Dreams already, but I wanted to get one up here too. I know there has been some good reaction to my Beginner’s Guide to Science Fiction (part one and part two), and Electric Dreams is the perfect book for anyone looking to get started with sci-fi.
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!