Hi gals and pals! January lasted about 57 weeks but it is finally over! Books Read Fall on Your Knees by Anne-Marie MacDonald: four stars Wilder Girls by Rory Power: four stars The Marrow Thieves by Cherie Dimaline: four stars Her Body and Other Parties by Carmen Maria Machado: four stars Hunger by Roxane Gay: … Continue reading January wrap-up!
Hi gals and pals, Happy New Year! Hope 2020 brings lots of love and happiness and success into your lives 💕 Today is my final wrap-up post from 2019! A little late, but better late than never! Books Read The Thirteenth Tale by Diane Setterfield: 2.5 stars Not That Bad by Roxanne Gay: 5 stars A … Continue reading December wrap-up!
Hi gals and pals, I hope all is well with you! Today is the last day of November and thus my November wrap-up. I also just wanted to say that I'll be doing a mini-hiatus in December. School has just been a bit overwhelming lately and I haven't been enjoying blogging as much because of … Continue reading November wrap-up + mini hiatus announcement
Happy Wednesday, everyone! It's been a little while since I did one of these posts, but I thought it was time for a TBR declutter. You can read the others here! This was started by Lia @ Lost in a Story and is a good way to organize your Goodreads to-read list! It works like this: Go to … Continue reading Decluttering my Goodreads TBR #12
October has now ended which is scary because I've been putting off so many things until November and now I have to do them. Books Read The Girls at 17 Swann Street by Yara Zgheib: 4 stars A Mind Spread Out on the Ground by Alicia Elliott: 5 (million) stars The Rest Of Us Just … Continue reading October wrap-up!
Happy Friday, pals! Today I'm talking about not having a favourite genre and how that impacts being a book blogger. Honestly, I’ve never really had a favourite genre. Mainly because I have a hard time choosing favourites in general, but also because I genuinely enjoy books from every genre. Every time I think I've decided … Continue reading Not having a favourite genre and how that influences being a book blogger
It's the end of September, which is crazy! September was a really long month and it genuinely feels like October is ending to me. Books Read The Dinner by Herman Koch: 3.5 stars Social Creature by Tara Isabella Burton: 4 stars The Raven King by Maggie Stiefvater: 4.5 stars Diva by Jillian Larkin: 2 stars … Continue reading September wrap-up
August is over and where is the time going! I'm writing this as 12:01 am because I didn't realise it was the end of August lmao Books Read The Most Dangerous Place on Earth by Lindsey Lee Johnson: 4 stars Blue Lily, Lily Blue by Maggie Stiefvater: 4 stars Columbine by Dave Cullen: 4 stars … Continue reading August wrap-up
Happy Wednesday, everyone! I did one of these posts not too long ago, and when I was writing it, I was in the mood to keep cleaning my TBR. So here we are with the ninth round of decluttering my Goodreads TBR. Last time was (as always) a major failure, so let's hope this one … Continue reading Decluttering my Goodreads TBR #11
Happy Wednesday, everyone! I did one of these posts not too long ago, and when I was writing it, I was in the mood to keep cleaning my TBR. So here we are with the ninth round of decluttering my Goodreads TBR. Last time was (as always) a major failure, so let's hope this one … Continue reading Decluttering my Goodreads TBR #10
Happy Tuesday, friends! Today I'm doing a fun tag where you get to learn more about me and I also get to talk about books. Shoutout to fellow Canadian Siobhan for tagging me in this tag! Rules: Thank the person who tagged you! Link back and credit the original creator (GoodeyReads) Answer book questions about yourself. … Continue reading Tag Tuesday: Get To Know the Blogger Tag
Happy Sunday, friends! Today I'm back with another awards post, this time from the lovely Sarah @ samesfoley. Sarah is great and one of my favourite people in the blogging world, so make sure you show her all the love she deserves! ALSO I think my comments are still going to people's spam boxes, so … Continue reading The Liebster Award