As the end of the month draws nearer it’s time to look back over the month and wrap-up what I’ve read. Read More
I’m super excited to say that I will finally be taking part in the Biannual Bibliothon for winter 2019. I always watch TBR’s for this on YouTube but never get around to looking up the prompts and planning my own, so as one of my 2019 goals was to partake in more readathons, this seems like a great place to start. Read More
As mentioned in my 2019 reading goals post, I am trying to re-read more books this year. To help with this, I have a jar of titles that I am picking from each month, and for January I pulled out The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern. I originally read this in the autumn of 2012 and gave it a pretty average three stars. Unfortunately, I wasn’t taking notes back then so I don’t have anything to look back on apart from the star rating. Here are my thoughts seven years later.
I finally got around to reading The Obelisk Gate, the second book in the Broken Earth trilogy, written by award-winning author N.K. Jemisin. In this sequel, Essun has finally found shelter, but not her missing daughter. Instead, there is Alabaster, destroyer of the world with a new quest that only Essun can complete. Let’s get on with my review, shall we? Read More
This is by no means an exhaustive list, but it’s the books that I’m most excited about and will probably buy new. Please note, these release dates are subject to change and may have already changed whilst I’m writing this! Read More
Despite being super busy in 2018 I still managed to read 153 books. However, I have a sneaky suspicion that this year is going to be even busier for me so I’ve set my Goodreads challenge at a conservative 120 books. With that in mind, let’s talk about some goals. Read More
Somehow, despite moving at the speed of light this year, I did manage to stop and read 153 books. That’s a total of 54,959 pages! So, along with the rest of the bookish internet, I thought it would be fun to look back over the last twelve months of reading and chat you through some of the highs and lows. Read More