Hello everyone! I'm so sorry I have missed a couple weeks, but the start of uni really kicked my ass and I was very much booked and busy, however, I have managed to get ahead and on top of things so I am back posting at an at least semi regular basis. As I have… Continue reading October reading wrap up
September reading wrap-up: everything I read this month!
Hello everyone! Sorry I missed last weeks upload, I thought I had a post scheduled and it turns out I didn't and I was not keen on the idea of putting out a rushed post that I was not proud of, anyhoo, I am back with my September reading wrap up! I really enjoyed a… Continue reading September reading wrap-up: everything I read this month!
A guide to classics and making them less daunting, plus some recommendations!
As well as a love for reading for pleasure, I also have always adored studying literature, but I can definitely understand that reading the big ole' classics can be pretty daunting and, lets be honest, not all that appealing. HOWEVER, I find that the classics have been some of the most rewarding books to read,… Continue reading A guide to classics and making them less daunting, plus some recommendations!
August 2022 Reading Wrap Up!
I'm not quite sure how, but August is over... literally what? I cannot believe that the universe made February, the worst month in the entire year, last six whole decades, and then August just went ✨poof✨ but I digress. Today we are going to go through all of the books I read this month, but… Continue reading August 2022 Reading Wrap Up!
A new favourite: Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow
My Rating: ★★★★★ Genre: Literary Fiction On a bitter-cold day, in the December of his junior year at Harvard, Sam Masur exits a subway car and sees, amid the hordes of people waiting on the platform, Sadie Green. He calls her name. For a moment, she pretends she hasn't heard him, but then, she turns, and… Continue reading A new favourite: Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow
July Wrap-Up: what I read last month!
Hello everyone and welcome to this weeks post, where I shall be taking you through the books I read last month and what I thought of all of them. I feel like I have tried and failed many a time to keep a reading journal so many times, which is so odd because I am… Continue reading July Wrap-Up: what I read last month!
My Killer Vacation Killed my Vacation: A Review
My Rating: ★★☆☆☆ Genre: Romance Goodreads An all-new, spicy murder mystery from Tessa Bailey, New York Times bestselling author of It Happened One Summer... It was supposed to be a relaxing vacation in sweet, sunny Cape Cod—just me and my beloved brother—but discovering a corpse in our rental house really throws a wrench into our… Continue reading My Killer Vacation Killed my Vacation: A Review
Book Girl Summer: Book Recommendations for summertime
Here in the UK, we have just survived a forty degree heatwave, however, I am now very much aware that the sun is setting a little earlier and it will soon be back to school/uni season. This means that the pressure is now on for me to squeeze in all my summer mood reading, and… Continue reading Book Girl Summer: Book Recommendations for summertime
I read the most popular booktok books to see if they were worth it
Hello and welcome, we are not addressing my disappearance and I am not going to make big promises about how I'M BACK, I'm going to be posting, but my posts will be more in depth from now and may take a couple weeks to get out, but they will involve much more challenges, reading certain… Continue reading I read the most popular booktok books to see if they were worth it
I may have been gone for a million years but I still hate popular books- what I’ve been reading
Oh look who re-appeared (again) after disappearing with no explanation (again). Am I the worst? Yes. But am I coming back potentially the best version of myself? Yes. So first of all, I hope you are all doing well, I've so missed doing my blog and I'm beyond happy to be back, i know a… Continue reading I may have been gone for a million years but I still hate popular books- what I’ve been reading