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Discussion: Do you re-rate books?

I used to read and rate books no problem, I just rated a book whatever I felt like at that particular moment. Since I've started blogging though it seems to be a bit more complicated...

When Dimple Met Rishi || ARC REVIEW

Author: Sandhya Menon Series: Standalone Published: 30th May 2017 Genres: Young adult, Contemporary Format: E-ARC Source: Netgalley

Top 5 Wednesday || Summer Reads

Top 5 Wednesday is currently hosted by Sam at ThoughtsonTomes. Each week a different topic is chosen and you have to choose 5 books that fit into that topic. Upcoming topics are posted to the Goodreads group here

TBR Book Tag

I saw Jessica do this tag over on a GREAT read and I thought it just looked really fun. I've actually been looking for more tag's to do recently because I'm so busy revising for exams and I need some quick posts that I don't have to think about too much! So here we go...

The Names They Gave Us || ARC REVIEW

I received this book as an ARC via Netgalley. I hadn't actually read anything by Emery Lord before but the cover drew me in and then the synopsis sounded so intriguing. I'm a big fan of contemporary's at the moment, and after reading a ton of positive reviews I was really excited to pick this book up!

Top Ten Tuesday || Ten things on my reading wishlist

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. If you haven't heard of this meme each week there is a new topic chosen and you provide 10 items for that topic. This weeks topic is 'ten things on my reading wishlist'.

Discussion || Series or Standalone?

As an avid bookwork I of course love all variety of books. I will always read standalone books and I will always read books in a series. However, that doesn't mean I can't love one more than the other...

The opposite of you || ARC review

I was drawn to this book when I saw it on Netgalley. I thought the cover was beautiful and smart and the premise of this story really intrigued me. I'd never read anything about identical twins before so I thought I'd give this a go. I received this book from Stripes Publishing via Netgalley, this does not affect my opinions in any way.

Young Adult Releases || May

May is a month of amazing releases, so I thought I'd make a list of some of the books I'm looking forward to the most!

Windfall || ARC review

I just finished reading this book and I knew I had to write this review straight away. I received this book from Macmillian Children's Books via Netgalley. 

April Wrap Up

So it's that time again, the time where I freak out about how quickly this year is going by. I can't quite believe we're almost into May. I mean, when did that even happen...

Top 5 Wednesday || Authors you want to read more from

Top 5 Wednesday is currently hosted by Sam at ThoughtsonTomes. Each week a different topic is chosen and you have to choose 5 books that fit into that topic. Upcoming topics are posted to the Goodreads group here.

Daughter of the Pirate King || REVIEW

I'd seen this book mentioned so many times over the past month or so and I just knew I had to pick it up. I mean...pirates. Theres not much else to be said really. I was expecting to like this book because I'd seen such great reviews and I was not let down.

Waiting On Wednesday || One of Us is Lying

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jill at Breaking The Spine. The aim is to let everyone know what book or books you are anticipating this week!

Simon vs the homosapiens agenda by Becky Albertalli || REVIEW

I cannot even begin to tell you how many times this book was recommended to me. I've heard just the most amazing things about this book and this author and I just knew I had to read it. Not only that but I was approved for Becky Albertalli's new book on Netgalley so I really wanted to read this book before that one!

Discussion: Reading multiple books at a time?

Today I'm going to talk about the age old question 'do you read more than one book at a time?' I've always been a person who read one book, finished it and then started another. I'm just generally like this in life as well, I'm very much do one thing and then go onto another. I'm not very good at multitasking. So for me, reading more than one book at once had never really been a thought until recently.

A life update

So I've been kind of absent in the blogging community for the past week or so. I haven't been commenting as much as I would usually or even at all most of the time. I had some blog posts queued so my posts were still going up but I've now ran out of drafts so I felt like I need to write this post to explain why my blog isn't going to be as active in the coming weeks.

Seeking Mansfield by Kate Watson || REVIEW

This book is apparently a Mansfield Park retelling. I haven't read that so I can't comment but even so I really enjoyed this book. I requested this book on netgalley because of the synopsis. I thought it sounded like a cute contemporary, but I didn't have high hopes for it having not heard anything about it before. However, I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this book.

DISCUSSION: How Do You Choose What To Read?

So I know this sounds like a fairly obvious task but I'm curious to know whether choosing a book to read is the same for everyone or whether choosing books is more personal and individual. I think I've been reading long enough to know the kind of books I like but I have noticed a few things I look for...

Waiting on Wednesday || HUNTED

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jill at Breaking The Spine. The aim is to let everyone know what book or books you are anticipating this week!

The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin || Review

The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer is one of those books that's been around for a LONG time. I've heard good and bad things about this book, and the rest of the series, and I wanted to read it for myself for so long. After writing my Series I Haven't Read/Finished post I realised just how much I'd wanted to read this when it came out. I decided I was in the mood for it and FINALLY picked it up.

Favourite TV Couples

So as well as being a bookworm I am also a TV addict. Like seriously, I watch so many TV shows it's beginning to be a problem. I actually had to stop watching some to focus on others because I was getting too overwhelmed with all the shows I wanted to watch. I had no time for anything! Anyway, the best thing about TV shows (debatably) is your favourite ship, and wow do I have a few! Just a warning if you watch any of these shows are haven't caught up then I'm sorry if I ruin something!

Caraval by Stephanie Garber || REVIEW

Caraval has been everywhere lately, if you've not heard of it then you probably live under a rock. I'd seem a mixed bag of reviews so I decided to read it for myself to see what all the fuss was about. The plot is based around a game called caraval and follows two sisters; Scarlett and Tella. They have wanted to visit caraval since they were children and they finally get the chance, but everything is not as it seems and the game is more than they expected.

February Wrap Up

I'm currently speed writing this post because guess who forgot there's 28 days this month. Me, that's who.

Most Anticipated YA Releases - March

Last month I posted a young adult releases of February, so I thought I'd do it again. This is by no means all the releases of March. Just a few that I'm looking forward to the most.

Holding up the universe by Jennifer Niven || Review

I read this book for the #bookentine read-a-thon. Although I did a wrap up for that, I just knew I needed to write a full review for this book because I just have so many feelings about it. I'd heard a lot about Jennifer Niven and her other book 'all the bright places'. I was actually more interested in reading this one though, and I am so glad I finally did!

My Anxiety.

I've wanted to write this post for such a long time but I'm not sure how to word it, I want it to sound eloquent and perfect but I know it probably won't. I've never written anything this personal before and I don't want this to be to deep or anything but I think this is a really important topic.

Who Am I? || TAG

It's time for a tag post. I've done two tag posts before (I think) but those were both book related tags. This one's a little different because it's all about me! I saw this tag on Tasya's blog The Literary Huntress. I wasn't technically tagged to do this post but it looked really fun and I'm a sucker for quizzes so I decided to do it anyway!

Waiting on Wednesday || The Inexplicable Logic of My Life

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jill at Breaking The Spine. The aim is to let everyone know what book or books you are anticipating this week!

TOP TEN TUESDAY || Ten Books I Loved Less/More Than I Thought I Would

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme created by The Broke and the Bookish. If you haven't heard of this meme each week there is a new topic chosen and you provide 10 items for that topic. This week the topic is '10 books I loved less/more than I thought I would'.

#Bookentine Wrap Up

I participated in the bookentine read-a-thon this month and it was honestly so fun! I have a love hate relationship with contemporary books and I honestly found some gems in this readathon. Here's my wrap up!

Standalone Sunday || Every Last Word by Tamara Ireland Stone

Standalone Sunday is a weekly feature created by Megan @ Bookslayer Reads which aims to show off standalone books that you love.

Popular Authors that i've never read

I was looking through my goodreads shelf today and realised that I have a lot of the books by the same authors that I've never read anything by. Some of these authors are amazingly popular as well and I have no excuse as to why I've not read any of their books!

Waiting on Wednesday || Daughter Of the pirate king

Waiting on Wednesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jill at Breaking The Spine. The aim is to let everyone know what book or books you are anticipating this week!

A List Of Cages By Robin Roe || REVIEW

Okay. If you haven't already read this book then you need to. I know it's been getting a lot of attention recently but for GOOD reason. One of my main reasons for picking this up was because of the friendship in it. To be honest I was a bit fed up with reading about romance and I have been dying to read a good friendship novel. Boy was this it...

DISCUSSION: Comment Guilt

Being a blogger I of course love getting comments on my posts. It's so amazing to feel like someone has really appreciated your post and that they've taken the time out of their day to comment. I honestly get so excited when I see a new comment on one of my posts.

Bookentine TBR 2017

I have decided to participate in the 2017 #bookentine read-a-thon which is hosted by Elly & Michelle at Tea & Titles.  I heard about this read-a-thon from The Blacksheep Reader. You can find the sign up like for the read-a-thon here if you want to join for yourself!

A Quiet Kind Of Thunder by Sara Barnard || REVIEW

So I'm going to start this by saying if you haven't read this book then you need right now. I've seen this book mentioned so many times but as soon as I read the synopsis I knew that I had to read it. It's based around a girl who has extreme anxiety and selective mutism. This was such an important factor to me picking this up as I have anxiety myself, and love reading about people who struggle with some of the same issues as me. 

Top 5 Wednesday - Book Trends I'm Tired Of

Top 5 Wednesday is a weekly meme created by Gingerreadslainey over on Youtube. There is also a Goodreads group that shows the upcoming T5W subjects - here. This weeks subject is 'Book trends I'm tired of'. Just a quick disclaimer, some of the trends I'm tired of might be one's you love and vice versa so please don't take any offence! 

Series I Haven't Read/Finished

I was looking through my TBR list on Goodreads the other day and I realised how many series I've added to it that I've never actually started or I've read the first book but then never carried on with the series. It surprised me to be honest because these are series that so many people swear by and love. I'm going to share a few with you (I say a few because there is way more than you could possibly imagine).

The Last 5 Books I Added To My TBR List

So here's another list type post because apparently I'm a little bit addicted to them...

Young Adult Releases for February 2017

I've decided that at the start of every month I'll make a list of some of the new YA releases. I'm always looking at new releases and thought this could be an easier way for some of you to find some new books. I won't be posting the synopsis of the books on this post but if you click the the title of the book or the cover it will take you to the Goodreads page for that book. So without further ado here's the new YA releases for February!

Made You Up by Francesca Zappia || REVIEW

I can't exactly remember how I came across Made You Up by Francesca Zappia, but I knew that I had to read this. Reading about mental health problems is something that really interests me (probably because I'm doing a psychology course at university). I can't quite explain to you why, but I feel as though it gives me an insight into the lives of living with different mental health conditions that I otherwise will probably never understand completely. 

January Wrap Up

So January is over and to my shock I've actually had a really good reading month! This year I made a vow to myself to read more and so far it's going well. Last year I hardly read anything at all, I kept adding books to my TBR list and just never getting to them, I just had no motivation. I decided to re-start my blog and I feel like it's really helped my motivation to keep reading. So anyway, here is my wrap up for January!

Insta-Love: Love it or Hate it?

So I know insta-love is something that's been talked about to no end with some people loving it and others hating it. I decided that it was time to give my opinion on it.

Throne of Glass by Sarah J. Maas || REVIEW

So I know I'm extremely late to the party on this one, even though this has been on my TBR list for so so so long. Throne of Glass has been a cult favourite for years now but up until recently I hadn't really been too interested in reading fantasy books. As I got interested in the genre more I knew that this had to be my next read considering how many people loved it. Initially I wasn't sure whether to do a review, purely because I know there's already so many, but I thought maybe there's people who live a hole and haven't read it yet. Just like me.

The Rapid Fire Book Tag

Welcome to my first book tag! I've seen this floating around and I'm not sure if you're supposed to be tagged by someone but I'm just going to do it myself. I think the aim of this book tag is to write it as fast as I can

17 Books I Need to Read in 2017

Hey everyone, today I'm just going to give you a quick list of 17 books that I desperately need to read in 2017. These aren't necessarily new books, just one's that I keep pushing back for some reason.

Quests of the Kings by Robert Evert | REVIEW