March 2020 Wrap-Up

March has felt like the longest month, and i’m pretty sure everyone is thinking the same at the moment. However long the month has felt, i have sadly still got no more reading done than normal. Actually, i’m probably a little gutted about the lack of reading that i’ve done this month! All being well, April is looking up!

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10 Blind Dates by Ashley Alston

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(This is a review from December 2019)

As you might know from my previous blog post, i’ve been really in to rom-com’s and contemporary novels at the moment. Light and easy reads that make your heart happy. I decided amongst that thought to pick up the newly released 10 Blind Dates by Ashley Elston. A festive read full of promising contemporary cute moments.

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February 2020 Wrap-Up

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I’ve had two whole months of reading time this year, and i cannot believe how much i’ve actually read in February. It’s been a really fun reading month with loads of books that i loved. I want to talk about the last 9 books i read with all of you!

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February 2020 Book Haul – The Book Haul That Never Should Have Been

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Happy book haul! I’ve been on a little bit of a buying ban for a while – i say a while, i really mean it’s been about six weeks – and i’m back with another haul, a haul that definitely shouldn’t have been a haul. I was determined to not buy books, read from my back list and be really good at the moment. That hasn’t happened and i’m back in a tricky place with my TBR and the fact that it’s huge.

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Nothing Ever Happens Here by Sarah Hagger-Holt

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* The book discussed in this post was gifted by the publisher.

I have constant faith in Usbourne books. They’re fantastic, inclusive and usually just an absolute dream to read. When i heard about Nothing Ever Happens Here, I knew it would be something i absolutely loved and wanted to share with you all.

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My Changing Taste in Books

chatRecently I’ve been reading quite different books to what I usually pick up. The last few years I’ve mostly read contemporary YA fiction novels but so far this year I’ve been diving into adult and non-fiction books as well as stories set a few decades ago as opposed to recent years. I’m enjoying it very much and I’m loving reading a variety of books! One of my intentions this year was to read whatever I want and jump out of my usual habits and I’m so glad I have. Continue reading