Hi everyone! Welcome back. You may or may not notice I took a little impromptu two month hiatus. I’ve been so busy with starting a new job as well as super focussing on my writing. At the same time, I hit a massive reading slump which meant I hadn’t read much and therefore didn’t have … More taking a two month hiatus / what I’ve been up to
Summary: my rating: 5 stars originally published: posthumously in 1971 (originally written in 1914) genres: classic, victorian literature, lgbtq+ fiction, romance, coming of age difficulty: classics beginner Synopsis: Maurice Hall is a young man who grows up confident in his privileged status and well aware of his role in society. Modest and generally conformist, he nevertheless … More Maurice by e.m forster / an analytical review
Heya! Magical Readathon or the OWL’s is happening again in April and I cannot wait! This is one of my all-time favourite Readathons and one I participate in every year. The Magical Readathon is a Harry Potter themed readathon based around taking the OWL’s, which are the exams the students take in April in the … More April TBR: Magical Readathon / OWLS TBR
Hi all! Today I wanted to share the first of my end-of-year book posts, my most disappointing reads of the year. Most of my ‘best of’ lists will be coming in January, but I wanted to do the most disappointing and hope it signals energy to the universe not to give me another disappointing read. … More THE FIVE MOST DISAPPOINTING BOOKS OF 2019
Hi all ! Welcome to November. This TBR is a little bit late but, better late then never! I’m really hoping to make this a huge reading and writing month. I really want to do a bit of work on my WIP since it’s nanowrimo, and I’d also like to get back into reading because I’ve … More NOVEMBER TBR
Hi all ! So this isn’t a TBR but it kinda is? I’ve decided not to set an official May TBR this month, there’s a few reasons for this: I had a big structured reading month in April and it kind of burnt me out. I did UnsolvedAThon and only read books on my TBR, … More “NO TBR” MAY TBR
Summary: my rating: 4 stars published by:Bloomsbury Publishing genres: epic fantasy, high fantasy, f-f fiction content warnings: attempted assassinations, death, miscarriage, hanging, beheadings, animal abuse, death of a loved one, description of incest, incarceration, torture. Synopsis: A world divided. A queendom without an heir. An ancient enemy awakens. The House of Berethnet has ruled Inys for a thousand … More BOOK REVIEW: The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon
Hello all ! Today I’m writing a post I’ve been working on for AGES – TV shows to watch if you like certain books. Or, the reverse. If you like these TV shows you’ll like these books! I have a WHOLE bunch of ideas for this, and I keep adding more and more as I … More IF YOU LIKE THIS BOOK YOU’LL LIKE THIS TV SHOW !
Hello all and welcome back! This weeks Top 5 Wednesday is favourite independent ladies – that is, five ladies who aren’t distracted from getting shit done by their love interest (but they can still have a romance subplot). Here are my five choices below! Inej from Six of Crows MY !! GIRL !!! I adore … More T5W: INDEPENDENT LADIES
So for three years running I’ve made it a goal of mine to complete or get up to date on at least ten series within the year. Doing that challenge has actually really helped motivate me to finish so many series. I decided not to keep the challenge in 2019 (mostly because I’m good at … More SERIES I’VE COMPLETED: UPDATED!