We finally get into some exciting territory for Blogmas and start thinking about all the books that will be coming out in 2022! It doesn’t help my growing TBR list but it makes me feel hopeful about the prospect of reading more regularly and consistently with the release of new books.
Did anyone else have big reading plans for 2021, have any personal challenges besides a Goodreads or Storygraph reading goal? I certainly did and the majority of them were based around tackling my backlist and cutting down on my number of unread books. However, I didn’t quite manage it so the books I had every intention of reading are still unread. Oops.
If there is one thing I’ve noticed over the last few years, it is the effort that goes into cover design. They become more intricately designed by the day and it makes books become collector’s items more than those to be read and loved. Through this post, I want to share with you five book covers I’ve discovered over the past year that I consider to be my favourite.
It is day 6 of 12 Days of Blogmas and to change things up, I’ve decided to create a Christmas bookshelf challenge. Now, this is not a brand new concept as there is a book scavenger hunt on YT, but I get a little fed up of the same questions so I came up with my own. I don’t know how good they’ll be but they’re unique to me so…
Anyway, rambling aside, I have ten prompts to get to so let’s get shelf hunting!
I have another list-style post for you today and I really wish I had something different but I suppose that is the nature of Blogmas and the type of posts that are circulating at this time of year. Anyway, this time I want to focus on the books released at the back end of 2020 or in 2021 that I’ve not had the opportunity to get and read.
Did you set yourself a high goal this year and are now scrambling to find the right books to read in order to hit it? Well, this is the post that will help you with that. I’ve collated a list of ten relatively short, fast-paced or easy-to-read books that will have you sprinting to the finish line in time to start a new goal in 2022!
My shelves are groaning with books so what happens, I add more books to them! It’s mad, however, I don’t have any on a Christmas list this year so I’m saying it is okay. Plus, 3 out of the 4 books I have to share were bought for me so I’m really grateful, especially as I’ve not had the easiest of times lately.
Hello! I’m back to blogging again after my hiatus and I’m back with a bang because I’ve stupidly decided to participate in Blogmas. However, this time I’m doing just 12 Days of Blogmas as it will be easier and of course we’re already partway through December so I’ve missed most of 25 days of Blogmas anyway.
Ramble over, I thought my first post would be of the books I’ve read over the last couple of months. With my course, I’ve not wanted to read too much but I’ve still needed something to dip into in the evenings.
Right now, I’m coming to you with a bit of a life update. I don’t usually share this on the blog because despite what my Twitter ramblings might say, I do believe there should be a boundary between what we do and do not share about our lives, but this time, I have to cross it as it is already starting to affect my reading and blogging.