Hey readers! So this month I took part in a month long readathon called #EMOJIATHON Here are the emoji prompts that I managed to check off this month: Just a reminder before I go on to give … Continue reading Wrap Up | June/Emojiathon
I first heard of the Lillac Town series by M. Hollis this year thanks to the #DiversityBingo2017 challenge. Looking everywhere for a book which shows pansexual rep in a main character, there were very few titles being tossed around in any recs threads I was looking at but The Melody of You and Me, book … Continue reading Mini Reviews | Lillac Town series by M. Hollis
As you may remember I am participating in a year-long reading challenge called #DiversityBingo2017 - the aim is to read at least one book that fulfils the prompts on all 36 spaces on the bingo card. I thought I would do a mid year update on how far I've got as well as what books … Continue reading DiversityBingo2017 update
The month of June is #EmojiAThon and I am taking part, as well as this, I just realised this morning that #ReadORama has started today! Always looking for a challenge to reduce my TBR I thought I would join in on this one aswell. Here is some quick info on both ReadAThons: EMOJIATHON: This is … Continue reading ReadAThon | EmojiAThon and ReadORama
Hey reading buddies, It's been a long time I know. I've had a lot going on personally in the last 6 months and so I had to take a bit of a step back from my online life and focus on me and my family. I am back now though and really excited to get … Continue reading I’m back!
Jumping straight in, here are all the details of what I read in January 2017... 15 books 3535 pages 4 non fiction 3 fantasy 2 contemporary 2 poetry 2 graphic novels 1 dystopian 1 novel in verse Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehesi Coates - HIT The Interrogation of Ashala Wolf by Ambellin Kwaymullina - … Continue reading Wrap Up | January 2017
So i've never been a big fan of either trusting or using the 5 star rating system when it comes to reviewing books either on this blog or on Goodreads. Just like many in the book community have said lately I believe that it is a bit pointless seeing as everyone has a different method … Continue reading Book chat | new rating system