Hello again! Today I wanted to sit down and write about some popular romance novels that I sadly haven’t got around to reading yet. I’ve been in a reading slump for weeks now and I hope that when I get back into reading I can eventually read these romance books. Here’s a few much loved romances on my TBR:
Hello! I’m back doing another favourites post and today I wanted to write about some of my favourite short stories. I’ve been reading a lot of novellas this year and I really enjoy more bite-sized reads. I can read one in a couple hours and they tend to be a lot cheaper too which is great for me. Also I feel that novellas don’t get as much attention as regular novels? Maybe that’s just me. But yeah, here are some of my favourite novellas/short stories!
I have to admit that the majority of the time I won’t re-read a novel I really enjoy just out of pure laziness, unless I own the novel in audiobook format. But very occasionally I’ll re-read a novel and end up enjoying it a lot more the second time around. So today I wanted to write about the reads I appreciated a lot more after the second time reading them.
Also, this list was a lot longer in my head so this post is quite short.. Sorry!
June felt so short! I can’t believe it’s been a month since my birthday, umm I honestly don’t have much to say for this month so let’s make this a quick post. Here is what my June looked like:
I’m struggling to write posts lately but this idea hit me out of the blue so here I am writing about it. I read a lot of romance and for the most part I really do enjoy them, but sometimes the romance just doesn’t work for me. Here’s a little list of romances that didn’t live up to my expectations, and why they missed the mark:
I’m stressed and I’m trying to unwind, so I thought I’d write about my favourite fluffy romances. I think I love angsty romances more, but sometimes I need a soft and sweet romance when I’m feeling a little hopeless or angry at the world. Here’s some of my favourite cute romances:
May is finally over! I disappeared from this blog for most of the month because I’ve been poorly for a fortnight, but I’m happy to be back blogging again. Just in time for a wrap up post. Here’s what my boring May looked like:
Hello I’m back from my break! This post is inspired by a blogger’s post on their most-read authors and I’m so sorry I can’t remember who it was. But I found on Goodreads, that there’s a button you can press that leads you to your most read authors and I thought I’d write about my top 10 most read authors.
And I’ll include what my favourite and least favourite read of theirs is just to make it a little more fun. Ummm… So lets do it!
If you’re curious about your most read authors, you can find it on Goodreads – My Books – Most read authors. (Button is below your shelves).
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I haven’t done a ebook haul in aaages! Recently I made a post on how to get books for cheap or for free, and I wanted to show whoever is interested that you can get so many books for free! I’m not in a position where I can spend a lot of money on books so I’ve come to rely on free books a lot. I’m always on the hunt for free ebooks, and here’s a post showing off all my latest purchases (and I didn’t spend a penny!)
April was a weird month for me because I did next to nothing and my mental health took a hit, but I’m on the verge of taking action in improving my life and it’s kind of nice. Here’s what my April looked like:
Something that makes me feel weirdly isolated in the bookish community is that I didn’t read Harry Potter as a kid. I doubt I’ll ever read the books. And so I don’t have much of an attachment to the series or the movies like a lot of people my age seemingly do.
I’ve seen a lot of discussion on Twitter about the Twilight series lately, and that, despite the series being what it is, they got a lot of young adults into reading for fun. And it made me think about the novels that got me into reading.
I didn’t read many novels as a kid, I think I mostly read books required for school, and I didn’t become a fan of reading until I was eighteen years old. So, in this post, I’m going to reveal the novels and authors that turned me into the bookworm I am today. Yayy!
I don’t know about you, but I don’t buy books that often. Even when I do have money to spare, it’ll go toward something other than books. I used to love buying books from The Book Depository or from Waterstones back when I bought paperbacks, but now that I read only eBooks, I spend a lot less money on books and my struggling bank account is grateful.
I just don’t spend much money on books. Nothing wrong with that. And for whatever reason, a lot of people don’t or can’t spend much money on fiction. So, here’s some websites where you can get books for cheap, or even for free, that I use, or plan to use in the future.
And yes, I know libraries exist but for a lot of people, myself included, the library isn’t an option so. Just know that I haven’t forgotten libraries in this list, sadly that’s not an option for me.
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