Hey guys, so we’re officially at the end of the first week of January 2019. I’m so late in posting my TBR for this month but here were are now that I finally have some sort of reading options in order. For the first part of January I decided to take some books out of the library so for now those are the books I’ll be reading! These books are;
Hey guys! So here is part two of my best and worst books of 2018. This post will focus on my most favourite books of the year. As stated in the previous post, in 2018, I’ve read 64 books which is over my target of 40. I’ve read 25,804 pages and on average my ratings were 4/5 stars. I may have read some pretty disappointing books but this year was filled with some really good books as well. Fortunately these definitely outweighed the bad books and it made it really hard just to pick 5.
So, let’s begin with the first few…
Hey guys, today I’ll be posting both my best and worst books of 2018. Over the year, I’ve read 64 books which is over my target of 40. I’ve read 25,804 pages and on average my ratings were 4/5 stars. This year I’ve read some pretty amazing books, some I didn’t even think I’d enjoy and also some pretty disappointing books that I had a lot of high hopes for.
This first post will focus on my least liked books of the year so without further-ado…
Title: Five Feet Apart
Author: Rachael Lippincott
Buy Book: Amazon
Hey guys!! Can you believe how close it is to Christmas?? So scary how quickly this year has passed.
Today I’m posting about the Magical Readathon hosted by the lovely Book Roast and the theme is Christmas At Hogwarts. For this theme, G created a sort of Marauder’s Map layout which meant you were able to pick your path and decide on the prompts you wanted to take part in.
Title: Girls Of Paper And Fire
Author: Natasha Ngan
Genre: Young Adult, Fantasy, LGBT
Buy Book: Amazon
Hey guys, so it’s time for another WWW Wednesday!
WWW Wednesday is a meme led by Sam over at Taking On A World Of Words. All you have to do to take part is answer three (3) questions!
- What are you currently reading?
- What did you recently finish reading?
- What do you think you’ll read next?