Good morning my loves! I hope you had a good festive period and are looking forward to 2019. Today’s post is my December reading wrap-up. So here we are, the run-down of the 17 books I read in December! Binti by Nnedi Okorafor, 4 stars // Normal People by Sally
Good morning my loves! Well, here we are. The end of 2018 is upon us. For the next six months I will continue to write 2018 on everything. Wonderful. On a brighter note, this is the final of my favourites of 2018 posts! This one is a new one for
Happy Boxing Day my loves! I hope you’re having a brilliant festive period so far, no matter how you celebrate (or not!). Unfortunately I will be back in work tomorrow (I know, pants or what?) and so I wanted to be at least a little cheerful here on the blog!
Happy Christmas Eve loves! I’m not really one for festive posts and so this post marks the first of three 2018 favourites. There were so many incredible books that I read this year that narrowing the list down to only 5 was so difficult. I don’t know how many times
Good morning my loves! I hope you’re having a good day so far. Today is my stop on the blog tour for Today South London, Tomorrow South London by Andrew Grumbridge & Vincent Raison, published on the 25th of October 2018 by Unbound. This book, once it popped up on
Hello my loves! How are you doing today? I’ve had a particularly difficult week this week, work wise, and so what does one do when one is having a bad day? One goes to their favourite place and purchases some of their favourite things, of course! For those of you
Good morning my loves! I think this past year I set too strict reading goals for myself, making them difficult to stick to. The plan this year is to set more generic goals so that my TBR for the year isn’t so restricted as it has been this year. 2018