I am so excited for all the books I want to read the month, from some amazing new releases, to some epic series and even a few backlist-wonders. As always, this will be a working document that I will update throughout the month to track my progress. Main TBR: Viper by Bex Hogan ✔️ The … Continue reading May TBR
This has been one of my most productive reading weeks ever, with the gorgeous weather helping me just sit and relax with a good book. I've read a fair bit since last week, so I'll be keeping the reviews brief today, as I'm planning to do full reviews of my favourites soon. 1. Beauty Sleep by … Continue reading Weekly Wrap-Up #10
Last week, the lovely Emma from Never Judge A Book By Its Cover and I launched Let's Talk YA and my first pick was the Beautiful Broken Things duology by Sara Banard. This is going to be a regular feature on my blog and I'm aiming to run it weekly, so today I've chosen the gritty, raw … Continue reading Let’s Talk YA #2
A while ago, the lovely Emma from Never Judge A Book By It's Cover and I shared some mutal fangirling over Enchantee on Twitter and this sparked a conversation about how we often just like and retweet bookish comments, istead of engaging. Eventually, this lead to the creation of a brand new feature that Emma and I are co-hosting, where we share a book, preferably UKYA, that's under-rated and try to start a conversation about it.
I was lucky enough to get my request of this magical book approved by My Kinda Book, so thanks to them, Amber Ivatt and Pan Macmillan for gifting me a free copy in exchange for an honest review (though I now intend to buy the finished book, as it looks so beautiful). Enchantée by Gita … Continue reading Enchantée Review
Today I wanted to share all the books I read in January and my thoughts on them in 50 words or less. I'm also continuing my system of symbols to denote the diversity of books (which I introduced in my December Wrap-Up) with ⭐️ to represent BAME characters/authors, 🏳️🌈 for LGBT+ authors/characters and 💙 for disabled/mental … Continue reading January Wrap-Up
I know it's not quite the end of January yet, but I highly doubt I'll be getting any more books between now and Friday! I want to continue doing my hauls as monthly posts (check out my one for November/December) and introduce Library Hauls to show just how often I use my local library. Anyway, … Continue reading January Haul