I feel that I’m starting every post this year like this but here we go again. Yes, I know it’s late but I still want to wrap up my month of January 2018. I was thinking about just smushing all my monthly wrap up posts into one, but I still wanted to talk about my bookish happenings each month, so they going to be abridged, separate posts. Hopefully they’re still enjoyable!
I’ve already posted my favourites in 2017 which can be found HERE. Continuing my overdue yearly wrap up series, I’ll be sharing my worst books of 2017 today. They’re books that I found unenjoyable or just weren’t my type, but I don’t particularly hate any of these books. These are my personal experience reading them and don’t actually reflect the quality of the book so if there are any books on this list that you loved, that’s fine too. Now without any particular order, let’s get into it!
Unfortunately in 2017, I didn’t have too many 5 star reads, and that’s super disappointing. Nonetheless, I am going to be listing my favourite books of 2017 in a similar style to my 2016 favourites (which can be found HERE)! Like the previous year, instead of listing my overall favourite reads of the year, I’m going to choose the best in specific categories. So, welcome to the first post of my yearly wrap up series: thebook awards of 2017!!
(Let’s just pretend this was posted in January).
(Another note: I decided not to include any rereads because I reread the entire Harry Potter series and that’s not particularly fair on other books if I include them because THEY’RE AMAZING!!! Ahem).Read More »
I had a very intense month of reading in December because I was determined to finish my reading challenge. If you want to see how successful I was and other bookish shenanigans, keep on reading! (Let’s just pretend it’s still January).
What’s up lovely people? Today I’m going to be sharing all the bookish and recap by month of September. It has been a bit of a stressful month for me trying to juggle between school, blogging and reading (spoiler alert: I failed at it) and now I get to share that with you! I have plenty to talk about so let’s begin!
Recently, I participated in #TheReadingQuest reading challenge. This challenge was created by Aentee @ Read at Midnight: a month long journey of reading with the addition of fun character classes and videogame type quests. Now that it has ended, I’m going to recap the books I read and my experience of my first reading challenge!
Today I’ll be wrapping up my month of August 2017. Eventful if we’re talking about reading, but nothing much else really. Also, I had an excessive haul for the month due to multiple visits to the library. Let’s begin!