Hi ya’ll! I haven’t been very active on the blog or my Twitter, but I’ve got some things scheduled for the next couple weeks so I guess I can sort of say that “I’m back!” I’m not gonna lie, the past month has been a bit of a struggle. Things are looking up now, though, and I guess that’s what matters! Anyway, I’ve got some exciting things to share today. so let’s just go straight into the blog! Read more
Holy moly, you guys! This review is way, way, WAY overdue. I read the book when it came out, then I listened to the audiobook back in like… August? September? I had a pretty full blogging schedule last month, so it had to wait until now! I’ve read/listened to it twice now, and I can definitely say that A Court of Wings & Ruin is one of the best books I’ve read and listened to this year. Before you continue on with my review, please be aware of minor spoilers! Read more
Since I’ve either already talked about my most anticipated releases of this year or they have been released by now, I thought I’d start with my anticipated 2018 releases! The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert is a YA Fantasy to be released in January and I cannot wait to read it! With its pitch-dark fairytales and cruel supernatural world, this seems to be right up my alley! Here’s why I cannot wait for the release of The Hazel Wood. Read more
Hooray! It’s my birthday today! (Hey, that rhymes!) I’m turning 21 today and that’s why I decided to make a list of 21 tips and tricks for Bookstagram and bookish photography. Taking bookish photos is definitely one of my favourite things to do, but it can be a bit difficult sometimes. Putting together this list was a lot of fun and I really hope these tips will be useful to you! Read more
Hiya! I’m back with a new reading vlog today! I’m really happy about this one, because it’s below 15 minutes (finally) and I’m on time with publishing it, unlike last time, hehe! I didn’t vlog very much, as I didn’t real all that often this past week. I did, however, finish three books and I’m so excited about it! More info on the books I’ve read/mentioned in this video are in the post down below. I hope you enjoy watching!
I read Seeker by Arwen Elys Dayton last month and was absolutely blown away by how much I loved it. I had the entire trilogy on my shelf already, so thankfully I could continue straight away! I didn’t pick Traveler up right as I put down Seeker, but I didn’t want to wait too long, I simply loved it too much! Arwen Elys Dayton is a wonderful writer and I already can’t wait to read Disruptor. Before I do, though, let’s get on with my spoiler free review of Traveler.
Hi guys! Sorry I’m a bit late with this week’s reading vlog! But better late than never, right? I haven’t read all that much this past week, but the books I did read were really great! All NaNoWriMo participants are probably really busy writing their novel, but y’all gotta take a break every now and then! Hopefully this video will be the perfect length for a little break, hehe! I hope you enjoy the video, more information can be found down below! Read more
Guys, I’m getting there! The “end” of my physical TBR is in sight! Seriously, though, there are only six books on my TBR this month. SIX. I’m hosting the re-read-a-thon this month (more on that later!), for which I’ll have a separate TBR. Other than that, I have nothing. I don’t mean I have no books! I just mean to say that once I’ve gotten through these last six books, I’ll pick up whatever I want and not have a TBR for once. I guess it’ll depend on what I manage to read during the readathon.
We’ve reached the end of October, which means I’ll be going back to my regular publishing schedule! I’ve had so, so, so much fun creating all this content and I hope you’ve enjoyed reading all my posts! Since I’ve posted a whooooole lot of stuff over the past month, I decided to do a blog wrap up on here, as well as a little reflection on the past month. If you’ve missed anything in the past month, have no fear, the blog wrap up is here! Read more
Whew, I did it again! (Or should I say Oops? hehe…) I read so many books this month I can barely believe I actually did read them this month and not… last year, ha! I’m a bit early with this month’s wrap up as I have a blog wrap up scheduled for tomorrow, but as I’m not planning on reading much today, you won’t miss much. This month I read physical books, eBooks AND audiobooks, which is probably the reason I managed to read eleven books this month. So, without further ado; here’s my October Wrap Up!