2017 was an interesting year for me. When it comes to reading, it wasn’t that great, unfortunately. I only read 29 books last year, which is something I’m very ashamed of. I didn’t blog that much as well. 2017 was a hard year for both my blog and my books. But 2017 was a great… Continue reading 2017 Wrap Up – My Year in Review (also 2018 resolutions and stuff)
If you guys have been following my blog since the starting of 2017, then you must know that I set a few reading and blogging resolutions for myself at the start of this year which I’ve completely neglected in the past several months. It’s not the end of the year yet, but it’s December, the… Continue reading My 2017 Reading and Blogging Resolutions – How badly I failed at them (an overview)
Hi! I was absent on this blog for all of November (except for a very short, very rushed blog post explaining my absence), and to make up for it, I’ve decided to write a lot on this blog, and catch you guys up on things, in December instead (which, we already know, is going to… Continue reading November 2017 Wrap-up (My not-so-bookish month)
Hi! This is a very quick and short blog post because I’m very busy nowadays because of NaNoWriMo (which is short for ‘National Novel Writing Month’, where you have to write 50,000 words in one month). I’ve started a first draft of this story idea I’ve had for quite a while now – and I’m… Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2017
Hi! I’m back with another ‘how to:’ post and this time I’m going to teach you all about how to book blog! I’ve had a book blog since more than one year and I like to think that I’ve pretty much mastered the basics – so I’m going to tell you guys all I know… Continue reading How to: Book-blog (for beginners)
2017 has been fun!!! – well mostly. I have to admit that I haven’t really followed all my reading goals for this year, and I feel bad about it. I thought I’d update my blog and tell you guys about how I’ve neglected my reading goals – so here we go! [I’m going to copy… Continue reading A little reading update 🙂
Synopsis: The sea rose. Civilisation was wiped out, countries drowned. Out of the ashes of a desperate refugee camp, a new society was born, with a new place to call home: Land. Trapped by an aggressive sea, its citizens were bound to rules that saw the weak removed, marriage and children by approval only, and… Continue reading Review: Land by Alex Campbell.