2022 Reading Resolutions

Welcome to the New Year! And congratulations to all of you for surviving 2021, and if you had an awful year I wish this one is better, and if you had a great one hopefully this will remain for you. Today, I’m bringing you my Reading Resolutions, because boy, I need to control myself around books a bit more, as my reading and book buying habits kind of went crazy last year… Continue reading 2022 Reading Resolutions

The Christmas 2021 Book Wishlist

But with this year came so many exciting 2021 book releases! And, perhaps, at times too many book purchases by yours truly, but my materialist coping mechanism aren’t the point of this post, the point is celebrating those materialist coping mechanisms! So today I’m compiling a list of all the 2021 releases I haven’t been able to pick up to this year, despite how badly I want to read them. Continue reading The Christmas 2021 Book Wishlist

Most Disappointing Reads of the Year So Far: I’m blaming Buzzfeed

Hi Guys! Considering we’re now over halfway through the year I thought I’d share a list of my most disappointing reads of the year so far so I can talk about what went wrong with these books. I’m also going to post my favourite reads of the year tomorrow so it’s not all negative on this blog! Continue reading Most Disappointing Reads of the Year So Far: I’m blaming Buzzfeed

Top Ten Tuesday: Reasons why I love books

This week I’ve decided to take part in ‘Top Ten Tuesday’ again hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl. This week’s topic is ‘reasons why I love’, and the included suggestions include favourite book title, genre or book. However, I couldn’t think of enough reasons to write a post on any of these topics, and I certainly can’t name a favourite book – there are too many! So I’m making this a very broad topic and decided to talk about why I love reading and books. Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Reasons why I love books

Waterstone’s Book of The Month March 2020: Why I won’t be reading The Doll Factory by Elizabeth Macneal + a discussion on trigger warnings/age ratings

However, for me, it raised an important question: should books have trigger warnings or age ratings like film or TV shows do? Or do we as readers believe this is some form of censorship? Continue reading Waterstone’s Book of The Month March 2020: Why I won’t be reading The Doll Factory by Elizabeth Macneal + a discussion on trigger warnings/age ratings