What are you currently reading?
I’m reading both Warcross by Marie Lu (loving it!) and Floored by Non Pratt, Sara Barnard, Holly Bourne, Tanya Byrne, Melinda Salisbury, Lisa Williamson, and Eleanor Wood (eeepp!!). Continue reading “WWW Wednesday: 13th June 2018”
Hi everyone, I don’t know about you but I feel like May lasted forever! I read 12 books over the course of the month, 13 if you include a re-read, which honestly is very surprising to me because I thought I had a bit of a poor reading month.
Continue reading “May 2018 Wrap Up / June Goals”
Hi everyone, hope you’re all well! I haven’t been getting through books quickly recently, partially due to mental health stuff and partially because I’ve been busy! I went to Slam Dunk festival on Monday and yesterday to a Sleep On It gig. Hopefully once I catch up on sleep I’ll be back to my usual speeding-through-books mode!
Continue reading “WWW Wednesday: 30th May 2018”
I’m a bit late to making this post today but I figured better late than never! At long last I’ve only got 1 library book left to read from a huge haul I did back in March so I’m feeling pleased with myself. I also upgraded my plan so now I’m officially georgiasbookishthoughts.com! Yay!
Continue reading “WWW Wednesday: 23rd May 2018”
Mental health is something I really struggle with, and coincidentally this week has been quite a rough one for me. I wasn’t too sure what to post about MHAW as I’m fairly open all year round (especially on my twitter), until the idea popped into my head to post about some books I’ve read and appreciate that speak about mental health!
Continue reading “Books I Recommend / Mental Health Awareness Week 2018”
Hi everyone, it’s this time of the week again! I’m really loving doing WWW Wednesday posts as I think writing down a reading plan of sorts helps me stick to it.
Continue reading “WWW Wednesday: 16th May 2018”
“That night, everybody lost something. Not everybody noticed.”
After the town’s summer party, which consisted of loud music, a bonfire, alcohol, and camping in a field, teenagers start realising things are going missing… but some things are being found too, like diary pages and an ancient spellbook that should not be messed with.
Continue reading “Review: Spellbook of The Lost and Found by Moïra Fowley-Doyle”