January TBR

January TBR

Last year was a great reading year overall, with a total number of 150 books read (a complete overview of some stats can be read here). In December alone, I managed to read a total of 13 books, thanks to the quieter times between Christmas and New Years.

January is going to be a whole different story though (same as the rest of the year), with moving house & studying for my Associate Degree, I don’t think I will be able to read as much as I would like to.

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Happy New Year! A look back on blogging in 2019

Happy New Year! A look back on blogging in 2019

Happy New Year! In the last few days of 2019, many of us have been taking stock of what has happened in the past 12 months. I’m definitely ready for a new year to begin. I’ve been able to devote a lot of time to my blog this year and going forward with my blog in 2020, expect to see more book reviews, wrap-ups, bookstore exploring, weekends away and overall fun times.

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Blogmas Day 15: End of the Year Book Tag

Blogmas Day 15: End of the Year Book Tag

Today’s post is a tag that I’ve loved reading on other blogs and watching on booktube channels, and that is The End of Year Book Tag! I saw this on Rachel Marie’s channel and I’ve now spent hours on the autoplay just watching different videos back to back. It sounded like a lot of fun to do plus I love answering questions! This is going to be a  long post. If you participate, or have already, feel free to leave a link in the comments.

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Blogmas Day 14: A Boy Called Christmas by Matt Haig

Blogmas Day 14: A Boy Called Christmas by Matt Haig

This is the perfect book to start Christmas reading with! It is Absolutely Delightful! A Father Christmas origin story with a wealth of humour, depth and adventure.
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Blogmas Day 13: 2019 Reading Wrap Up

Blogmas Day 13: 2019 Reading Wrap Up

2019 is almost over and it is time to talk about how my reading year went!! If you aren’t interested in stats then this probably isn’t the post for you but I thought this might be interesting.

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