Hi everyone, I hope you’ve all been keeping safe and well during the lockdown.
For today’s post I thought I’d talk a little about Suzanne Collins’ new novel: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. Its worldwide release is just 7 days away! What’s your take on returning once again to the world of Panem? Read more
I just wanted to share a little post to say hi because it’s been such a long time since I last posted!
I admittedly have a terrible habit of being inconsistent with my blog but this is the longest I’ve gone without blogging or even posting on Instagram… So, I just wanted to properly acknowledge that before jumping back into things.
Without going into too much detail, these past few months have been a really challenging time for me and so I’ve been putting off a lot of things but, now finally feels like the right time to get back into my blogging. I’m feeling optimistic about it- thanks to a lovely friend I’ve started a bullet journal which is something fun and artistic that I love spending time on. It’s helping me to stay organised, focused, reflective, and to tap into my creative side (which has definitely needed a bit of nurturing).
So, I just hope that moving forward I can start to get back into doing what I love most- reading and talking about books! This blog will keep going for as long as my passion for books and reading keeps going (so forever, ok?)
I’ll be back with some posts and photos very soon.
Best wishes xo
For a lot of bookworms, choosing a few of their favourite books is a near impossible task- mainly because there’s too many to pick from! But today I wanted to share some of my top favourites with you because there’s nothing I enjoy more than sharing the books that I love. So without further ado, here are a few of my most cherished and adored books (in no particular order because that would take forever to decide on!)
So today I thought I’d do a short blog post on whether becoming a book blogger has changed my reading habits. I saw this idea over on Boats Against the Current and thought it would be a cool way to kind of mark my book blogging journey which I have been on for nearly two years. Read more
Happy 2018 everyone! 🎆 As it’s a brand new year, I’ve decided to wise up and find smarter ways to buy books. Here are some of the tips I’ll be sticking to this year- feel free to share some of your own or even some of the resolutions you’ve made for this year!
#1 Buy e-books
They’re usually a lot cheaper than paperbacks, hardbacks and most definitely audio books. Bonus: e-books take up 0 shelf space, and so you won’t have to worry about that ever-growing physical pile of unread books. Read more