Does anyone else look back on their monthly wrap-up and think, was it only this month i read that? Basically, this is a whole wrap-up of me thinking ‘was it only two weeks ago that i read that?’Continue reading “August 2020 Wrap-UP”
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I’ve not bought many books at all this year (mainly because I’ve not had much money to spend and I’ve been trying to save tbh) but over the past six weeks or so I decided to treat myself to a few and figured I should do a little haul! Sarah also did a book haul the other day which you can catch up on here.Continue reading “A Little Book Haul”
Primarily, yes we talk about books here. We are a book blog, discussing everything bookish. But with that, sometimes comes other issues. For example, me and Sophie are both in the LGBTQ+ community, which leaves us very open to what is happening in that community. Another thing that is involved with being in the Bookish community is authors, and bloggers, and the relationships between the two.Continue reading “Something We Should ALL Know”
I would like to preface this post with, this is more of an annual leave book haul. It had been planned that on my annual leave from work, i’d explore the book shops i hadn’t been in for months, and try and regain a little sanity in the real world again. Natually, i bought too many books.Continue reading “The Book-Ban Book-Haul”
It’s been a good month since i physically sat down and started to write a blog post. My time has been completely taken up, and i’ve taken (what i think was) a well needed break from blogging for a couple of weeks. Let’s have a bit of a catch up!
We’re mostly a YA and contemporary blog, anyone that has been following us for more than a month will most likely be aware of that. However, myself and Sophie in our older years bonded massively over true crime. We both love learning about true crime, gritty stuff anything out of the ordinary. I’d never read a true crime book before, until now.
It’s already August, and i don’t know where the years going but it’s making me incredibly happy that i passed my Goodreads challenge months ago! The little time i’ve had to read in July is showing in my wrap-up this month, so it’s a good job i read non-stop at the beginning of the year!