A Year in Books; 2018

You know the drill by now. Pick your favourite book you read each month of the year. New reads only (no re-reads!). Have fun! Honourable mentions: Lincoln in the Bardo, Court of Owls, Crazy Rich Asians, Kingdom of Ash, Civil War: Captain America January: The Cruel Prince I kicked off the year with one of… Continue reading A Year in Books; 2018

Haul: November 2018

I got a fair few book this month, even though I didn't have much time to read, so let's get started...  The Future by Neil Hilborn I kicked off November by going to see Neil's Cardiff tour stop. My friend and I went to the Bristol event last year, and I've been holing off getting… Continue reading Haul: November 2018

Book Tag: Emojis

I saw Michelle@ChellesBookRamblings, and thought it was short but sweet so decided to do it too. Rules: The rules for this tag are simple; pick five emoji’s (I'm going to pick the ones I se most often) and then pick five books that fit them. The Tag: 😂 [Laughing Crying Face]: Deadpool Does Shakespeare It's Deadpool… Continue reading Book Tag: Emojis

Wrap-Up: October 2018

So, where did October go? This month has absolutely flown by, and apparently I managed to do some reading...   Can You Keep a Secret by Sophie Kinsella 🌟🌟🌟 I was still on a bit of a Romance kick and since this has been sitting unread for a while it seemed like the perfect time… Continue reading Wrap-Up: October 2018

Haul: October 2018

I always say that I'm not going to buy many books this month, but this month it actually worked out   Day Shift and Night Shift (Midnight Texas #2 & #3) by Charlaine Harris I bought Midnight, Texas a hundred years ago purely for the reason that I love Charlaine Harris. I fell in love with… Continue reading Haul: October 2018

TBR: October 2018

Even though I am super busy with school reading, and general school things, I'm still pushing forward with these eight book TBR.   Kingdom of Ash (Throne of Glass #7) by Sarah J. Maas That's right. The time has come. Finally, it's the last book in the series, and yes, I am terrified of what's… Continue reading TBR: October 2018