Recently, I’ve been sucked into the world of social media under the face of my blogging profile. I was already on platforms such as Instagram (for my personal account) but I have never EVER been a fan of Twitter … until I REALISED HOW PERFECT A PLATFORM IT IS FOR BLOGGERS. Even though many have… Continue reading 9 reasons to hop on over to social media if you’re a starter-blogger (or an old blogger) (or just a human in general)
About 53 thousand eons ago, I was tagged in the Book Sacrifice Tag by the hilarious Joey @ Thoughts and Afterthoughts. No joke, it has been a solid 5 months now… I HAVE POOR TIME MANAGEMENT *wails*. However, since I am finally starting to hold the fort down, and get on top of my posting, I decided… Continue reading The Book Sacrifice Tag
Pages: 349 Genre: YA sci-fi // fantasy Published: July 14th 2015 by Crown Publishing Links: Goodreads // Amazon // Waterstones Recommend-worthy?: For people who will (inevitably) compare this to Ready Player One, maybe not, but for 30 year-olds/sci-fi lovers/or RPO fans-otherwise, a big fat YES. I absolutely adored Ready Player One (if you’ve read my blog previously, I’m sure you know that… Continue reading My in-Cline-ations towards ARMADA |(review)
Okay, I’m sorry, can someone please put this year on hold already. WE’RE MORE THAN HALF WAY TO 2017, and I STILL HAVE A GAZJILLION BOOKS ON MY TBR. This is not ideal in the slightest. *consumes self* The Lie Tree – Frances Hardigne // The Book Thief – Markus Zusak // Highly Illogical Behaviour… Continue reading July round-up; August TBR.
For this August I’ve decided to participate in Aentee @ Read At Midnight‘s Pokémon Go inspired read-a-thon, which, let’s be real, is absolutely the best thing you’ve ever heard of. Move along sliced bread. The Pokemon Indigo League #ReadThemAllThon is a 3 weeks long reading challenge based on the Kanto’s Indigo League. Long-time fans of the series would recognise… Continue reading #ReadThemAllThon TBR
THE BOOK THIEF // Markus Zusak Pages: 552 Genre: YA Fiction / historical setting Published: March 14th 2006 by Knopf Books for Young Readers Links: Goodreads // Amazon // Waterstones Recommend-worthy?: YES YES AND 114% YES. (even though pretty much everyone in the Solar System has read it by now) I know it’s horrible, but I hadn’t read “The Book Thief”… Continue reading The Book Thief went and stole ALL THE FEELS. (Review)
I loved this week’s Top Ten Tuesday theme, and so jumped at the opportunity to give it a go. If you didn’t know (aka living under a rock) this weekly meme is hosted very kindly by The Broke and the Bookish and I’d 153% urge you to be involved. It’s always super fun, and a great way… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: things from books that I want/don’t want to do IRL.