Tag: reading

30 Day Writing Challenge – Day 15

Day 15 – Your Five Literary Heroes Life is so noisy right now, but it’s going in the right direction. So, part of my catch-up here is the next prompt. In no particular order, my five literary heroes; Jay Gatsby from The Great Gatsby…

30 Day Writing Challenge – Day 14

Day 14 – What Tattoos You Have & If They Have Meaning I think tattoos and piercings are a great way to express yourself. More so tattoos, but the principle still stands. It’s a way to express yourself without going out of your way…

30 Day Writing Challenge – Day 9

Day 9 – Something You Think “What If?” About This is one I think about quite frequently actually. It doesn’t do good to constantly dwell on a life of ‘ifs’ and ‘buts’ but sometimes it is interesting to think. A big “what if?” for…

30 Day Writing Challenge – Day 8

Day 8 – Five Items That You Lust After Nice easy one for today but enjoyable to write nonetheless!

30 Day Writing Challenge – Day 5

Day 5 – The Reason You Love Books I tweaked this one a bit to suit. The prompt was originally “a book you love” and that’s just such a loaded question, being a bibliophile, and I could spend forever trying to pick something just…

30 Day Writing Challenge – Day 3

Day 3 – 10 things that make you happy Today hasn’t been a great day so I’m pleased about this challenge because I need it. I need to think about the little things that make everything worth it. Beautiful books and bookshelves; nothing is…

Bookshops – A dwindling necessity

Hey guys, So I find myself with a free bit of time for once and I thought this is something I would talk about. If you’re like me and you find nothing more comforting than physical books, browsing in bookshops and libraries and spending…

When the TBR pile is getting out of hand

Hey guys, Just a short one for you all tonight. So I’ve been trying to organise our flat because the place is getting a little out of hand with our junk (mostly mine) and I thought that I would take the opportunity to start…

Angelfall – Penryn and the End of Days

Hey guys, So I decided to re-read some of my old favourites, sifting through my bookshelves. I wasn’t going to write about this but the Penryn & the End of Days trilogy by Susan EE is so underrated and never seems to get the…

Audible – It’s growing on me

Hey guys, My love for Audible library seems to grow exponentially with each passing month and each new credit. I don’t tend to find myself with much free time these days for reading, but the opportunity often arises where I can pull on a…

Our Chemical Hearts – Krystal Sutherland

So I’ve been in a bit of a book slump since the release of A Court of Wings and Ruin back in May and it’s only been recently that I’ve picked up a book, let alone one that I’ve wanted to write about (I’m…

The Mortal Instruments – City of Bones

So, as promised, I already had the ball in motion and fully planned to make way onto a series of reviews based on The Mortal Instruments series by Cassandra Clare and here I have the first instalment of six! I give you The City…