Find out more about the Goodreads group here! This month's topic was duologies, but I think I've read literally 0 duologies, so I couldn't really recommend any. So I'm doing a throwback topic and doing historical fiction, which is one of my favourite genres. I have quite a few, so bear with me. Middle grade or … Continue reading Monthly recommendations: historical fiction
Find out more about the Goodreads group here! This month is graphic novels and mixed media. I don't have too many this month as I don't read very many graphic novels or mixed media. But if you'd like to see my recommendations for coffee table books, look here! Persepolis by Marjane Satrapi I loved this graphic … Continue reading Monthly recommendations: graphic novels/mixed media
Find out more about the Goodreads group here! Normally I post these posts on the first Monday of the month, but I did my 2018 reading plans then instead. So they're this week! This month's topic is best first books in series. This was hard because I've read the first books in a lot of series … Continue reading Monthly recommendations: first books in series
Found here! This month's topic is best new-to-you authors. I think this topic will be talked about a lot soon, but I read a lot of amazing books this year! Rupi Kaur I read the sun and her flowers last month and really loved it. I'm hoping to get milk and honey for Christmas. I … Continue reading Monthly recommendations: new-to-you authors
Found here! This month's topic is books I'm thankful for! All books mean something to me, and I'm thankful to live in a world where I can read books as much as I want. But these are the books that brought something more to my life. Harry Potter by JK Rowling I think the book I'm … Continue reading Monthly recommendations: books I’m thankful for
Found here! This month's topic is mysteries! I love mysteries, even if I don't read too many of them. I interpreted the topic 'mystery' pretty loosely honestly, and basically included any book that was vaguely mysterious (sorry). Angels and Demons by Dan Brown I know Dan Brown novels are controversial in that some people like … Continue reading Monthly Recommendations: mysteries!
Found here! This month's topic is required reading, or books you think everyone should read! This is similar to a couple recent Top Ten Tuesday's I've done, which you can read here and here! I think required reading is a tricky thing, because on the one hand I think there are books everyone should read … Continue reading Monthly Recommendations: required reading
Found here! This month's topic is oldies, books published before 2010. I cannot believe 2010 was SEVEN YEARS AGO WTF. Because I have yet to accept this, I did books older than me that I really enjoy because those are actual old books. The Hobbit by JRR Tolkien (1937) And Then There Were None by … Continue reading Monthly Recommendations: oldies
Found here! This month's topic is auto-read or auto-buy authors. This one is hard for me, because some authors I love but don't want to read more of them in case I lose that, if that makes sense? But there are a few authors where I read almost everything by them. Neil Gaiman He's probably … Continue reading Monthly Recommendations: auto-read authors
Found here! I love retellings! I think they're so interesting! Beastly by Alex Flinn. Retold: Beauty and the Beast. Probably my favourite. Entwined by Heather Dixon. Retold: the Twelve Dancing Princesses. Also so. good. Ash by Melinda Lo. Retold: Cinderella. Also a great LGBTQ+ book! Juliet Immortal by Stacey Jay. Retold: Romeo and Juliet. I … Continue reading Monthly Recommendations: Retellings
I have quite a few, so bear with me. I tried really hard to do books I haven't reviewed/talked about before but it was hard for some.
Even though April is almost over, I still wanted to do it. This month it's big books, books with 500+ pages. These are some of my favourites! Let me know if you read any of them 🙂