Happy New Year everyone! I hope you all had a wonderful time and I hope this year brings love, kindness and happiness to you. We wanted to make a post about some new things/updates that are happening in 2019. We have some exciting news and can’t wait to share it! Continue reading “New Year Updates!”
Last year, I set some goals for my reading and I completed barely any of these! To be completely honest, I barely even thought about them! I’ve realised that for me, yearly goals aren’t something I find helpful. They didn’t work for me last year and I’m changing the way I’m setting my goals this year. Continue reading “2019 Bookish Goals (Blogmas)”
I thought I’d do a bit of a post about my feelings on the kind of books I want to read this year as well as a bit of a haul. I’ve never actually done a book haul (yes, this is clearly Sophie, not Sarah!) so this is kind of my first one! I received so many books as gifts for Christmas and bought quite a few myself in December so I figured it would be a good idea to showcase them a little. Continue reading “New Year Reading Thoughts + Book Haul”
Before i start banging on about my bookish resolutions for this year (yes, that’s right, this year i’m making bookish resolutions), i wanted to talk a little bit about the goals i’m going to set myself for 2018.
This weeks Top 5 Wednesday is based around New Year! It’s quickly approaching, just in a few days, and i’m excited to find out what the new year will bring in the case of reading. But before that, i got to think about all the characters i love, and the ones that i would want around me bringing in the new year. I thought about this quite a lot, because you’d want the most special people around, the ones that you think you’d get on with best. So here is the list of characters i’d like to spend my new years eve with.
Can you actually believe we’re less than a week away from 2016? This year has gone ridiculously quickly! I’ve been in the process recently of writing my end of the year blog posts and I realised that I read A LOT of YA contemporary in the last year. There were a few exceptions obviously, however the majority of what I read was Young Adult. I never usually set myself reading goals (because who really follows them?) But I wanted to set myself some basic rules and/or goals for reading in 2016.