So this post kind of links with last week’s resolutions update, because the second it hits mid year I wonder to myself HOW AM I DOING WITH MY READING CHALLENGES? I don’t know why, it’s just satisfying to see. Plus I can use it to totally justify any book buying I’m about to do…maybe…
Let’s have a peep at my reading progress!
Continue reading Mid Year Reading Progress & Favourites so far!
This book was a reread for me – in the form of a buddy read. Both myself and Amy @ ShoutAme felt we needed to read this book, with it being a favourite of ours, and so June brought that reread along. I was slightly paranoid that I wouldn’t enjoy it as much as the original time I read it, since I couldn’t remember a thing and my tastes have changed a lot, but…well, you’ll see from this review how it went.
Let’s dive right in!
Continue reading The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon | A dark mystery encased in a love for books
I finally read the nonfiction book that has been on my radar for years. Quite randomly, actually. I wanted a really quick one evening, and since this was the shortest book on my shelves at that point, I picked it up.
Let’s dive right in!
Continue reading Night by Elie Wiesel | How a little book can say it all…
SO. We’ve reached the halfway point guys. 2017 is whizzing right past faster than we can blink. Where does that leave us?
Well, I don’t know about you, it’s left me stranded in a random month wondering where the other months went. It’s rather bewildering.
But at the start of the year, I set myself some reading resolutions. And while it seemed to be going well at the start, they might have just…fizzled out a bit. As resolutions tend to do. Maybe.
Shall we find out?
Continue reading Reading Resolution: An Update | Ohhhhh, we’re halfway there…
I have something exciting to show you today guys! I decided to buddy up with Scholastic to bring you an extract from Hayley Barker’s new book Show Stopper!
I’m so intrigued about this book after seeing it around online, and even more so after reading through the extract myself. Also, look how stunning the cover is!!
I hope you enjoy!
Continue reading Show Stopper Blog Tour: Extract of a dark society & deadly circus
So I thought to myself the other day “Ashleigh, it’s been freakin’ AGES since you did a book haul on your blog. Sort yourself out.” They’re just easier to do on my booktube channel, and so somehow I’ve neglected to add them here too.
But NOT TODAY MY FRIENDS. Because here I’m bringing you my collective book haul. Like I did on my last haul, I’ll link my video at the start of the list, since that’s where I explain where I got the books from and any thoughts I have on them, but if you can’t watch the video (or simply don’t want to
*cries* (just kidding)), all the books will be listed below as their own haul!
Here’s my spring book haul!
Continue reading Collective Book Haul – April & May |Gotta get those spring reads in
I didn’t even intend on reading this one for a very long time. But I felt like I was reading slowly lately (even though I was reading at my usual speed) and wanted a quick read, and so this happened.
Let’s dive into the Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them screenplay!
Title: Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them: The Original Screenplay
Author: J.K. Rowling
Publisher: Little Brown Book Group
Series Status: A prequel screenplay to the Harry Potter series, but can be read as a standalone
Number of Pages: 294
Continue reading Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them (Screenplay)| Good for a quick trip back into the wizarding world, but not too impressive
I finally got round to reading this book! It’s been on my TBR for so long. But I wanted a shorter book than my usual, and so I finally made a grab for this one.
Let’s dive into Under Rose-Tainted Skies!
Title: Under Rose-Tainted Skies
Author: Louise Gornall
Publisher: Chicken House
Series Status: Standalone
Genre: Contemporary, Mental Health, Young Adult
Number of Pages: 272
Continue reading A slow & important trundle about understanding anxiety/mental health in…Under Rose Tainted Skies by Louise Gornall
February. The shortest month of the year. And the month filled with love? While Valentine’s day might not be a hit for everyone, it’s not just all about romance. There’s an overall sense of gratefulness come the occasion, an appreciation for friends and family too.
Though the month is only missing two or three days, those missing days can feel like they make all the difference. We don’t quite make it to day 30 before starting again. But still, the months roll on.
❤ ❤ ❤
Let’s see what February brought…
Continue reading February Wrap Up & Favourites | Things slowing down in the shortest month…but also my birthday!
Sooooo it was my birthday on Friday 🙂
And while I don’t make that huge a fuss about my own birthday, it does mean I was treated to some new books, and that alone is exciting for me!
Like with my December Book Haul, my main version of this haul is actually on my booktube channel, since it’s a lot easier to explain which were gifts/which I got before my birthday, along with why I’m interested in them. So the video will be down below, but underneath the books and synopsis’ will be listed for anyone who doesn’t have enough time (or simply don’t want) to watch the video.
So let’s see what books I got in February!
Continue reading February/Birthday Book Haul! Stocking up my physical TBR once again