Happy Thursday all! We're nearly at the weekend again - how good. This week's topic is pretty straight forward, and I see a lot of fantasy books around the 'gram so I'm happy to be giving some love to a few favourite contemporary reads today. It's a HARD topic though because there are so many … Continue reading Contemporary Books | Top 3
One of the things I love about reading is getting to dive into a new world, meet new characters, and broaden my worldview. Whether it's reading a book by an author with a different background to myself, or set in a different country, or characters with different views or struggles to my own, it's a … Continue reading Books that taught me something new | Top 3
Oh man, being part of the bookstagram community has made me realise that there are a LOT of YA Fantasy books seemingly everyone else has read. I'll shout the main one out below but I will try and get some other genres in there too! 1. A Court of Thorns and Roses Trilogy - Sarah … Continue reading Books everyone (but me) has read | Top 3
You know how sometimes, books on your TBR are just so...intimidating? Whether in size or because of your expectations of it...well, I do and here are some of mine!
It appears the Valentine's Day madness at work, along with general madness in my real life, has gotten to me and I've fallen a tad behind on this blogging thing. OOPS! But here I am again, sitting side-by-side with my Valentine on this Valentine's day, blogging for you book-baes (I think it's true love). 1. Harry, … Continue reading Fictional Relationships | Top 3
I am someone who is totally happy re-reading a book and seeing what else I can get out of it. That said, there are some books I feel like I would love to discover again for the first time, knowing nothing about the characters or where they end up. These are a few of those … Continue reading Books I wish I could read again for the first time | Top 3
Some characters make it feel like you're reading a novel about yourself, others are well written to teach you about different cultures or lifestyles. So, what character traits do you love to see on your reading adventures?