Can we just appreciate the fact that I rated ALL the books I read in September 4 stars or above?! I had an absolutely stellar month with THREE books being put into contention for best book of the year! I can’t wait to share all my reads with you… Harry Potter and the Cursed Child…… Continue reading September Reading Wrap Up!
So, I am back! The move is done and we have Wi-Fi and now I can blog again! (Yay!) As we’re now into September, which is crazy, I thought I’d come back with my August Reading Wrap Up. Somehow despite all the moving shenanigans, I managed to read 12 books this month! So let’s get…… Continue reading I’m Back & My August Reading Wrap Up!
Happy Book Lovers Day, fellow bookworms! July was a busy month. I turned 23, I graduated from university and me and my boyfriend got our first non-student flat! I also had a few days away in Wales (easy to tell when in the month) and I this is late because of said first non-student flat.…… Continue reading A Slightly Late July Wrap Up!
June was a busy month and I got through seven books! I even discovered a new all time fav! So let’s get into it… Summer Term at St Clares (The Twins At t Clares #3) by Enid Blyton (1943/2005) Rating: ★★★ Genre: Middle Grade Classic Publisher: Egmont Books. Format: My own copy. I read this for Series Crackdown and…… Continue reading June Reading Wrap Up!
So university is over…May was a super busy so naturally I read a rather large amount of nine books?! Some I loved and some fell flat…some YA, some adult, some classics. So let’s get into it… The Girl From Everywhere by Heidi Hellig (2016) Rating: ★★★ Genre: YA Fantasy Publisher: Hot Key Books Format: Sent from publisher. I…… Continue reading May Reading Wrap Up!
In April I only got around to reading six books, which is a lot less than previous months. This is because university lectures are now over and I was able to pick up books I really wanted to read. This is obvious because I gave all these books at least 4 stars! So let’s get…… Continue reading April Reading Wrap Up!
This month I read 11 books! I have no idea how. Actually, 6 of them were plays so that’s probably why. I also only read one YA book, so that makes for an interesting wrap up! Let’s get into it… Mountain Language by Harold Pinter (1988) Rating: ★★★ Genre: Absurdist Drama Publisher: Faber and Faber Format: Borrowed from university…… Continue reading March Reading Wrap Up!