Shelf Help Readathon – Updates

Readathon HeaderHello all! You’ve probably noticed that we are currently hosting a Readathon with the wonderful gals Sharn and Jaz. We started on the 16th May and we are ending on 31st May so there’s still plenty of time to join in if you wish to. I thought I’d give a little update letting you know what I’ve been reading and little things we have done so far! Continue reading “Shelf Help Readathon – Updates”

The Shelf Help Readathon Begins!

Readathon HeaderIf you follow us on Twitter or Instagram, you’ve probably seen us post a lot about the Shelf Help Readathon which we are co-hosting with Sharn and Jaz. Well, that little readathon starts TODAY and is happening until midnight on 31 May! We are so excited to begin and thought we would give a little reminder in this post of what is going on. Continue reading “The Shelf Help Readathon Begins!”

Sophie’s Shelf Help Readathon TBR

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I know we have both uploaded our TBRs for the Shelf Help Readathon today and you’ve probably read a similar line to this in Sarah’s post but in case you missed it, we are co-hosting a readathon with our pals Jaz and Sharn! I know we helped create it but I really love it and I’m so excited to start. Read on for a reminder of the details and to see what my reading intentions are for the readathon! Continue reading “Sophie’s Shelf Help Readathon TBR”

Under-Read and Over-Represented

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When i was looking over my shelves i realised that i have a lot of books by a lot of authors, but magically haven’t read too much buy them. I think a lot of people get in to the habit of buying books by popular authors and forgetting they have five other copies of their work, un-read on their shelves. I am definitely one of those people. It’s easy to get in to a habit of buying a lot of books by one author when you’ve heard they’re really good, you check a few months later and you have seven books by someone and haven’t read one. Here’s my under-read and over-represented list.

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