I’ll Be Home For Christmas Read-Along Wrap-up (Blogmas)

I cannot believe how quickly this years read-along has gone. To be honest, how quickly December has gone in 2017. We started our read-along this year on the 11th of December, and we always aim to have it completed on the 24th, which is today!

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The Joy Of Christmas Book Tag (Blogmas)

It’s been a while since i ventured in to the world of book tags (to be honest, it’s been a while since i’ve had the time to do so). Christmas is the perfect time to browse the internet for some new tags that i’ve not come across before, and this year i found The Joy Of Christmas Book Tag.

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Music To Read To (Blogmas)

For a long time i was unable to read with noise around me. I liked to read completely on my own and in silence. Ever since i found a love of reading in cafes and public places, obviously i had to get used to noise and music being on constantly. I ended up finding it pretty relaxing whilst reading.

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Goodreads Challenges (Blogmas)

This year was my first year attempting to complete a reading challenge. I’ve always had some kind of idea of how many books i’d like to read in a year, and have always tried my best to beat last years achievements. However, 2017 is the first year in which i have added a challenge to my Goodreads and properly tracked my progress.

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I’m Struggling to Finish a Book! (Blogmas)

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I’ve had a really busy few weeks lately because of training for a new job. It’s been long hours with lots of travelling and revision to do at night – plus trying to sort out all my Christmas shopping! I’ve barely had the time or the energy to do anything really and sadly reading is something that has fell behind.  Continue reading

Paper Girls by Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang – Review (Blogmas)

Title: Paper Girls

Author: Brian K. Vaughan and Cliff Chiang

Genre: Graphic Novel

Publication Date: 5th April 2016

Publisher: Image Comics

Pages: 144

Summary: In the early hours after Halloween of 1988, four 12-year-old newspaper delivery girls uncover the most important story of all time. Suburban drama and otherworldly mysteries collide in this smash-hit series about nostalgia, first jobs, and the last days of childhood. 

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Has Blogging Changed My Reading Habits? (Blogmas)

I’ve been book blogging now for just over two years, which i came to realise recently is quite a bit chunk of my very short life so far. I started book blogging with very little idea of what i was doing, and very much got involved head first. I think blogging changes the way everyone looks at the thing they’re blogging about. So here’s a chat about what blogging has changed for me.

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