For the past couple of years, I’ve made reading resolutions in January about the kinds of books I want to read that year. It’s included things like finish a specific series, read more non-fiction, and finally finish Anna Karenina (which I actually did do last year!). 2021 is different however and I wanted to write about my slightly different approach to reading this year…Continue reading “Why I Haven’t Made 2021 Reading Resolutions”
Septemeber has seemed like a hectic month! I feel as though i’ve barely gotten any reading done, and what i have read hasn’t been top tier incredible for me. But i managed to get my hands on some exciting review books in September, and our readathon has been announced for October, so i’m sure i’ll get plenty of reading done in October.
June has been a BUSY month. Which means i’ve had little time to read. I’ve officially ended my lockdown and have been back in work for the whole month, and whereas it’s been successful and a whole bunch of fun, it’s left little time for much else. I’ve been reading where i could, and have made my way through some audiobooks in June. Here’s what i’ve been reading…
*The book discussed in this post was gifted by the publisher.
There are very few books in the YA circle that talk about male appearence, body dismorphia and the feelings that come in to that. The New David Espinoza has shone some light on to the missing link in YA, and has done it in the best way possible.
It’s been an incredibly long time since i planned my venture in to the world of Carry On. I have been saying for years now i would be getting around to it in the next few months, maybe next month, maybe next Halloween… but no, it never happened. Then the fancy copies of Wayward Son were released and that was a kick up the bum to get reading!
I thought September was going to be an excellent reading month for me, that did not happen. I have loads of books sitting and waiting on my TBR which i thought i’d have chance to get around to, but i’ve not truly had the time this month to read anything that wasn’t a whole bunch of graphic novels.
The wonderful Layla at Readable Life created a tag all about Alice Oseman. She’s named it OsemanVerse and honestly as soon as i found out that this was happening i jumped on the chance to be tagged in it. So i want to say a huge thank you to Layla who tagged us in the first post of The OsemanVerse.