Has book blogging changed my reading habits?

Has book blogging changed my reading habits?

Hello everyone!

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

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How to save money on books!

How to save money on books!

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 pile of unread books.  Read more

Film Review: Everything, Everything

Film Review: Everything, Everything

Last week a friend and I watched Everything, Everything, a film adaptaion of the bestselling YA novel by Nicola Yoon. I really enjoyed the book; in my review I spoke of how it was “a bundle of greatness” and so needless to say, I was super excited about the fact that it had been turned into a film.maddy!

It’s well known that books are always better than the film, but it doesn’t mean that the adaptation can’t be enjoyed!  Starring the wonderful Amandla Sternberg as Madeline (Maddy) Whittier, deep down I knew that the Everything, Everything film was going to be amazing (and it was).  Read more

Birthday Book Tag!

Birthday Book Tag!

So yesterday was my birthday!!🎈 I am both excited and terrified at the fact that I am now 21…! Either way, it’s a milestone birthday and so I decided to mark the special occasion by doing this cool birthday book tag, I found over on this blog.

Count your birthday along your bookshelf and then subtract your birth month. What book does it land on?

The Help by Kathryn Stockett which is a brilliant book that I’d 100% recommend you read!

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GIVEAWAY! Ends 30/06/17

GIVEAWAY! Ends 30/06/17

In order to celebrate 1 year of Full of Bookish Wonder, I will be holding a giveaway! The winner will receive copies of:

In order to enter, all you have to do is comment below with the best book(s) you’ve read so far this year!

Please read the terms and conditions below before entering, and good luck!

Terms and conditions

  • This competition ends on 30th June 2017 at 11:59pm (GMT). 
  • One winner will be picked at random, and notified on 1st July 2017.
  • The winner will receive a copy of The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas, and Me and Earl and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews.
  • The winner’s contact information will be kept confidential, and discarded once the giveaway prize has been posted to them.
  • This giveaway is available internationally.

Best wishes xo

Bookish Habits

Bookish Habits

I’m hoping that these habits aren’t as unconventional as I fear they might be… It would be great to know if there are a few of you out there who also do the same (sometimes silly) things as me when it comes to books!

#1 Looking up every unfamiliar word

Whenever I read, I like to have my phone handy so that I can Google any words I don’t understand. Sometimes I’ll ask whoever’s around but if I don’t find out the meaning then I find it really hard to progress with the book. Even if it’s easy to guess what the word means, I like to know it’s proper definition because it stops me from worrying about whether I’ve misinterpreted something, or whether I’ve missed out on what the author was trying to say.

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Anticipated 2017 Book Releases

Anticipated 2017 Book Releases

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A new year, new reading challenges, and of course new book releases!

#1 King’s Cage by Victoria Aveyard30226723

This is the very much anticipated third instalment of the Red Queen series! With the cliffhanger that left me with so many questions at the end of Glass Sword, I really cannot wait to dive into King’s Cage. I’ve also kind of (really) missed the Silvers and their petty politics back at the palace, so I’m looking forward to seeing how they’ve been handling recent events. Plus, have you seen all the snippets Victoria’s been teasing us with? If not, be sure to check them out by clicking here because they’ve got me even more hyped for the release! There’s just a month to go, so mark 9th February in your calendars! Read more

The Christmas Song Book Tag

The Christmas Song Book Tag

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I saw this over at Spines and Covers and couldn’t resist taking part!

You’re a Mean One Mr. Grinch

Name a villainous character you couldn’t help but love.

Manon Blackbeak from the Throne of Glass series! I like that despite the risks and inevitable backlash she’d receive, she still always chose to follow through with what she believed in.

All I Want for Christmas is You

Which book to you most hope to see under your Christmas tree?

Chinese Cinderella by Adeline Yen Mah 🙂

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Top 5 authors I’d love to meet

Top 5 authors I’d love to meet

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Hey guys! I’m really excited to finally be posting something bookish other than my usual reviews. Below I’ve put together a list of the 5 authors I would love to meet and why. I had a lot of fun compiling this list so I hope you have just as much fun reading it!

#1 Victoria Aveyard
Victoria is really active on social media which is such a bonus for the fans because it’s given us the opportunity to learn a lot about what she’s like as a person and I think most can agree that Victoria is brilliant! Apart from writing one of my favourite books, she has a great sense of humour, seems so down to earth, andtumblr_nra0pw93JY1uyxf8fo1_500 spends a lot of her free time answering hundreds of our questions on Tumblr.
One of the things I love most about her though is that she isn’t afraid to speak her mind on a lot of social justice topics. I really admire that as someone who has the ability to reach a larger audience, she is pretty vocal and honest with herself about issues that need to be talked about. She is such a fighter for equality and diversity and so as well as being a great writer, she’s also a thoughtful human being. So I’m glad to support her and of course, it would be a dream to meet her. Read more