Wrap up of the books I've read from May to August.
If there is one thing I now like about my sister being a reader, it is that there is another bookcase to peruse and raid when I'm looking for something different to read and I'm not in the mood for my own books. It's also nice as all her books are primarily Middle Grades (UK… Continue reading 5 Books I’d Read From My Sister’s Bookshelves.
An unboxing of my first ever Box of Stories book box!
Hello! Welcome to a Book Unhaul series I'm calling 'Clearing the Shelves' - simply a nice way of saying I want to get rid of some books in order to have space for new books. I don't have endless shelf space and I want my shelves to represent the reader I am now so some… Continue reading Clearing The Shelves: May Edition
Welcome to the month that dragged on for so long that I was often convinced we'd skipped the end of April and moved into May. I think I subconsciously willed April to be over because even with a couple of triumphs, it hasn't been the greatest month for me personally and a lot of that… Continue reading April Wrap Up: Low Reading Motivation
Today is my birthday so let's celebrate with the books I love talking about the most in the Birthday Book Tag!
I've finally signed up to NetGalley so come and take a look at the few books I've requested for review!
I don't know about you but I certainly have a selection of songs that have helped me to not completely give in to the spiralling nature of the pandemic: Trip a Little Light Fantastic from Mary Poppins Returns, Try Everything from Zootopia/Zootropolis, One Day More from Les Miserables, and Seize The Day from Newsies. In… Continue reading Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Books: Seize The Day
It is a year since lockdowns in the UK started and we had the timely arrival of both Disney+ and Animal Crossing New Horizons. Both have been very important in giving me an escape when I've been unable to pick up a book or crochet, but playing Animal Crossing on my switch has become an… Continue reading Book Tag: Animal Crossing New Horizons
Spring is upon us! The season I both adore and loathe. It is when all my favourite flowers bloom again, when I see new life in the nearby fields, and when there is more natural daylight to enjoy. It's simply unfortunate that it also brings along the allergies. Yuck. Anyway, I didn't start writing to… Continue reading Spring Solstice: Books With Spring Coloured Covers