Proud Anthology (and Announcement)

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The book discussed in this post was gifted from the publisher.

Last summer, Stripes announced their new anthology, curated by the absolute queen of YA fiction, Juno Dawson. We went to see their cover reveal at YALC last year for the anthology and that definitely got us even more excited for the release of Proud. Myself and Sophie are huge fans and supporters of Stripes. They have some wonderful books and authors under their belt, and i am always excited to see what they’re releasing next.

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January 2019 Wrap-Up

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It’s the start of a new year and nice clear reading slate has begun! I really love the new year for the opportunity to read the very best books you can and choose a whole new year of reading. I also get quite obsessive about what my first reads of the year will be, here are the ones i chose this year…

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What I Read In 2018 (Blogmas)

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I wanted 2018 to be a great reading and blogging year for me. I’m happy to report that i managed to actually keep up with both of those things. I’m really pleased with what i have achieved blog-wise this year, and also i’ve managed to keep up my reading challenge and i’ve actually read the most books i’ve ever read in a year in 2018.

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Co-reading Books (Blogmas)

chatCo-reading a book is something I’ve done only a few times but often I really enjoy it. It’s a brilliant way to get instant conversation about specific parts of the story whilst reading – being able to chat to the other person about a story event when you’ve both only just read it can be really fun. Continue reading

The Crimes Of Grindelwald – Movie Chat

There has been a lot of talk about this movie in the last few months, mostly bad, but some good. It hindered my thoughts of the movie going in to it, and honestly i had a bad taste in my mouth before i even stepped in to the cinema screen. But i wanted to try it out.

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October 2018 Book Haul

I knew October would be a little bit of a buying month. I had some days with bookish friends planned and some new bookshops in and out of the country to explore, so I knew I’d return with some exciting things. The month started with Bookshop Day and ended with some exciting author events, a perfect excuse to make a few book purchases.

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Reading Resolutions I’ve Not Yet Completed

It’s been quite some time since i made my bookish reading resolutions, the beginning of the year in fact. I had intended on addressing them earlier, however that hasn’t happened. I wanted to talk about them before the end of the year and see how much i’d actually gotten through. So here is my update!

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