Is this…the first time I have ever done a wrap up? I think it might be! Sarah always does them but I’ve never jumped on this trend. Not necessarily because I haven’t wanted to but just because I’ve never given it a go and I forget to do things like this on a monthly basis. Anyway, here I am with potentially my first ever wrap up unless I’ve forgot about one from years ago! July was a fab reading month for me so I’m looking forward to diving in here. Continue reading “Sophie’s July 2020 Wrap Up”
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…
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What a month May has been. I’ve spent the entirity of it indoors, as i imagine most people have, and i’ve gotten a lot of reading done! Also, so much has happened blog-wise and book-wise! We started our Shelf Help readathon, teaming up with Jaz and Sharn to bring you two weeks of reading and self care. We hope you joined in! Also May brought Blog Every Day May, which honestly, we had nothing better to do whilst in the house so have been smashing out some blog posts.
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If you didn’t know (then you probably don’t follow us on Instagram), we’ve been cohosting the Shelf Help Readathon with the lovely Jaz and Sharn. We wanted to come together and host something that would help people take care of their shelves and themselves in the last couple of weeks.
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Like many bookish tags, i wasn’t tagged in this, i just think it’s really cool and wanted to try it out. The History Of My Bookshelf tag was created by Emmmabooks on YouTube, and it’s all about the history of your shelves, your past reads and how your shelves have developed over the years.
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Girls On The Verge was an impulse Foyles purchase for me about a year ago now. I remember being on my own in Foyles for the first time and i realised i didn’t have to worry about how many books i bought, because no-one would care (this is a stupid realisation but it made me so happy). When organising my books a while ago, i noticed i had it (definitely hadn’t forgot…) and thought i’d give it a go.
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*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.
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