Hey friends! Given recent events, I know a lot of people (including myself!) are keen to be more intentional with their reading going forward. So, I thought I'd check in with a few books sitting on my TBR currently by BIPOC folx! There's a variety of genres below so hopefully you can find something you'll … Continue reading What’s on my reading list?
Another month, another wrap up! I haven't quite kicked my brain back into gear with reviews, but I'm enjoying jotting down these 'mini' reviews in monthly wrap ups as a reminder 🙂 The Friend Zone - Abby Jimenez I read this lil romance read as part of the FOMO Buddy Read on Bookstagram - it … Continue reading April Reads | Wrap Up
What a hectic month March was! Moving to work from home life while still being so fresh in my new role & workplace has definitely been a challenge - but thankfully I still had books to help comfort & distract me from an otherwise pretty intense month! Little Women - Louisa May Alcott I really … Continue reading March Reads | Wrap Up
Alright my 2020 resolve to review half the books I read has already failed miserably - partially because it's already been a super hectic year, and partially because I'm managing to read WAY more books already thanks to being back on a train commute instead of driving! So let's count these wrap ups as reviews … Continue reading February Reads | Wrap Up
What a whirlwind the last month has been! I hope you all enjoyed a lovely holiday break with loved ones, regardless of how (or if) you celebrate the season. This December, I accepted a new job, started wrapping up my old work (one work week to go!), CK's parents are visiting Australia for the month … Continue reading December Reads | Wrap Up
Alright, alright, I know I've been pretty slack on the review front lately, but I'm making up for it by giving you mini reviews of ALL the books I read in November in one bite-sized post. Hooray! If you need some gift inspiration for the bookworm in your life, you might just find some gems … Continue reading November Reads | Wrap Up
When I first started reading The Book Ninja, I had a notepad by me and began to keep track of all the books they were mentioning. I literally couldn't keep up with all the literary references in the book, and by about Chapter 3 I had a quick flick to the back and realised there … Continue reading The Book Ninja Challenge | Reading List