April TBR

Hi everyone, I'm a few dates late on my April TBR but better late than never! I've got quite an ambitious TBR for this month, owing mainly to the fact that I will be spending most of my time at home so this is the perfect opportunity to read lots. You might also notice that... Continue Reading →

March: Favourite Quotes From the Last Books I Read

Hi everyone, Today's post is going to be about my favourite quotes from the books I read in March. So without further ado... I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou “I had given up some youth for knowledge, but my gain was more valuable than the loss” “Words mean more than what... Continue Reading →

March Wrap Up

Hi everyone, I hope you're all doing well and keeping safe? Today's post is my March wrap up talking about the books I've read this past month. I was quite proud of my reading amount this month as I managed to get through one very long book! I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by... Continue Reading →

March Favourites

Hi everyone, Today's post is going to talk through some of my favourites for the month of March. Just a quick disclaimer, but this month's favourites are probably going to feature a lot of films/TV shows because that seems to be what I'm spending most of my time doing in the middle of a lockdown.... Continue Reading →

My Tips for Reading BIG Books

Hi everyone, I hope you're all keeping safe and well given the current situation we're all finding ourselves in. I've been a bit stuck with what to write for the past week because everything seems so futile. I work in events in the UK so things are a bit up in the air at the... Continue Reading →

Spotlight On: Emily Brontë

Hi everyone, On this month's episode of "Spotlight On:..." I will be focusing on the life of Emily Brontë. I'm sure I'll do blog posts on her two sisters Anne and Charlotte at some point in the near future. I've always had more of a connection to Emily Brontë than her sisters and have always... Continue Reading →

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