Hi everyone! I know it's Saturday, and not Friday, but I was a little busy yesterday and wasn't able to post. I'm back again with another Let's Talk Bookish, hosted by Rukky @ Eternity Books and Dani @ Literary Lion, and this is one that I've been looking forward to. Today's topic is all about … Continue reading Bookish Memes / Let’s Talk Bookish!
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I've never really done a TBR post before, because I'm very much a mood reader, but i thought it might be fun to try some sort of checklist for 2021. I'm primarily looking to read more of my physical books, because significant portion of my reading was digital in 2020, but I've also got some … Continue reading 21 Books I Want to Read in 2021: a loose TBR for the year
I've been considering how to do a 2020 wrapup post, or if I should even do one at all, for around a month at this point. Wrap ups are always slightly daunting, and and entire year of reading plus a year of blogging is even more so. In the end, I decided the best approach … Continue reading Breaking down my 2020 reading and blogging: some stats and some lists
2021 is looking to be a good year on the book release front, according to my spreadsheet. I'm really happy at the number of books by trans authors about trans characters, and I'm really happy that means I can shout about them! There's still a ways to go - there still aren't many trans characters … Continue reading Anticipated 2021 Releases With Trans Characters: March-June
So far, 2021 is packed with awesome sounding releases, and there are more to be announced for later in the year. I have rounded up some of my most anticipated books for the year so far, though this is by no means an exhaustive list. I've also included a short three word description, though many … Continue reading My Anticipated Reads for 2021
I'm back with another Bookending Winter post, and this prompt is one that I've been looking forward to for a while! I know that my plan is completely not feasible, but I found this really fun to do and I hope people have fun reading it! Don't forget to check out Meeghan's post for this, … Continue reading Box It Up // Bookending Winter 2020
Hello everyone! Today I'm doing something completely new, but I've been considering participating in this for a while. I've seen a lot of awesome Let's Talk Bookish posts around, so I thought I'd give this cool prompt a try. If you want to see more LTB prompts, you can check out the rest of the … Continue reading Reading and Blogging: Their Effect on Writing | Let’s Talk Bookish
The Bone Shard Daughter was a book that intrigued me, both conceptually and tonally. I can't remember how I came across it, but I do remember that it piqued my interest immediately, and I'm very glad I read it. The Book Genre: Adult fantasy Publication Date: 8th September, 2020 In an empire controlled by bone … Continue reading Book Review // The Bone Shard Daughter by Andrea Stewart
I'm fond of both Shakespeare and retellings, as well as the 1920s in any form, so These Violent Delights was a book that appealed to me on many levels. I found it a delightful read (I couldn't resist) and I highly recommend it - though that ending will leave you craving more! The Book Genre: … Continue reading Book Review // These Violent Delights by Chloe Gong
It's time for my first post for Bookending Winter 2020! The prompt that I will be doing today is all about plans for the upcoming year, and was originally posted by the lovely Clo on December 2nd, but I really liked it so I'm doing it a couple days late! The full prompt: Share your … Continue reading 2021 Plans, Goals, and Dreams // BEWinter 2020