Happy Wednesday everyone! I hope your week hasn’t been too bad so far. This week again has been a bit of a tough one for me mentally as I’m still really struggling with all the restrictions in place in regards to seeing family etc. I’ve also started to notice the weight I’ve put on which is getting me down as well so I’ve started making changes to my eating habits and trying to be a bit more active to try and lose a bit of it again whilst I have time to. Read more
Title: The Flat Share
Author: Beth O’Leary
Genre: Romance, Adult, Contemporary
Rating: ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ (9.29 CAWPILE Rating)
Buy Book: Amazon
Happy Wednesday everyone! I hope your week hasn’t been too bad so far. We’re now into the 6th week of lockdown in the UK and I’m starting to find it harder the longer it goes on. I just want things to go back to some sort of normality now. Yesterday I ended up sitting next to my papa’s grave with my mum and sister (we live together, it’s all good) and we ate some sandwiches and I read my book and it was actually so relaxing just being outside and getting some fresh air for a change since we don’t have a garden and I’m really struggling to motivate myself to go for walks. All I’ve done is eat, sleep and read and I can see how the constant eating and sleeping is affecting my mood so I most definitely need to make some sort of change to try and improve things, especially before I need to go back to work.
HELLOOOOOOO!! I hope you’re all doing well on this lovely Monday. Today I’ve decided I’m going to do a little tag as a sort of re-introduction to coming back to my blog! I haven’t done this tag before and I know it’s mostly done on YouTube so I’m just going to answer the questions I can!
This tag was originally created by Brenda C over on youtube which you can check out here! As for the questions, let’s begin!! Read more
Happy Sunday everyone!! I hope your weekend has been as fabulous as you are. Today I’m posting my Magical Readathon wrap-up from April. If you haven’t heard of it before, the O.W.L.’s Magical Readathon is a month long readathon hosted by lovely G (a.k.a, Book Roast). You can find all the information about the readathon over on the Magical Readathon website! Read more
Well, well, well, looks who’s back yet again! I feel like this is a normal occurance now with me disappearing for months on end and then popping back up out of nowhere. I think my issue is that I get so distracted by my full-time job that I then end up giving up on the things I enjoy, which I really need to stop doing. At the moment we’re about to head into the 6th week of lockdown in the UK due to covid-19 and whilst the times are strange and confusing and scary, I’ve decided I’m going to give this yet another go, whilst I have the time to do so! For my first post, I’ll just give a wee update about how things have been going over the last few weeks in my personal life and I’ll also give a wee bookish update too! Hopefully over the next few days/weeks I’ll be back to posting regular content with some tags/reviews and just some general fun posts. Read more
Hellooooo everyone! This post is extremely late so I apologise for that. Quick personal update but I’d just like to apologise for the lack of posts throughout April, my mental health sadly took another dip and I struggled to make it through work nevermind everything else on top of that but the doctors have finally listened and changed my medication so hopefully things will improve from here! (Fingers crossed).
As you can see from the title, today I’m posting my O.W.L.’s Readathon wrap-up! The O.W.L.’s is a Magical Readathon held by G (Book Roast). If you missed my TBR at the beginning of April then you can check this out here. Now all that’s left to do is start with the wrap-up! Read more
Hey everyone! How are we all doing? Can you believe we’re almost halfway through April already!?
Today I’m back with another Fairyloot unboxing. Fairyloot is a monthly book subscription box that normally includes a newly released fantasy YA novel and each month has a different theme. Along with the book you normally receive a letter from the author and the book comes either signed by the author or with a signed bookplate. If you want to find out more about the boxes then you can check out the Fairyloot website.
Hey everyone! How are you all this fine Tuesday? I hope you all had a lovely weekend! Today I’m back with another monthly wrap-up! March was definitely much better than February in regards to blogging etc so I’m happy with that.
Title: How To Make Friends With The Dark
Author: Kathleen Glasgow
Source: ARC Paperback from Publisher
Publisher: Rock The Boat
Publication Date: 11th April 2019
Rating: ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ Read more