hello friends! i'm so happy to be finally writing a post, having been on a seemingly never-ending hiatus since february dawned thanks to a hectic study life and now that it's nearing break, i've some time to come back. whilst ghosting the blogosphere, i've been somewhat eventful in other areas? i recently started a bookstagram… Continue reading april & may wrap up | returning from my long hiatus, starting bookstagram & redesigning my blog (again)!
Hello everyone, happy end-March! I've become more and more convinced that time is a social construct, that it doesn't exist, as two months off the blogosphere just flew by in a series of hectic schedules and crazy workloads. Thankfully, things have eased a little (or rather I hope) and I'm popping back here to share… Continue reading February & March Wrap Up | In which I disappeared from the face of the blogosphere
Raise your hand if you're not used to writing 2021. *raises right arm, left arm, right foot, left foot* I know everyone has said this but let me reiterate: I can't believe that we are finally in 2021, the situation is still *gradually* getting better and I'm so thankful and excited for how this year… Continue reading January Wrap Up | Much less books but an incredible start to the year!
Wow. Wow. Wow. Happy New Year Everyone! We have finally conquered that beast of a year, and it feels so good to start anew. But before I get carried away with how much I am looking forward to 2021 and talking about the last month of that crazy year, let me introduce you to the… Continue reading 🌷 December Wrap-Up || 2020 Wrap-Up & 2021 Goals
Hi everyone! Today I bring to you my most anticipated post of the entire year, my top 10 reads of 2020. For me, 2020 has been a year where I truly immerse myself into the YA category and start on my historical fiction journey. Thanks to book blogging, I have uncovered so many amazing books,… Continue reading MY TOP 10 READS OF 2020 💖 || ft. gushing galore and cherelle doing the impossible of ranking favs!!
I'm sorry, I couldn't resist the rhyming title and the chance to include one of my favourite books in it. You guys are all so sweet! Today, I'm really excited to answer all your questions. Thank you so much to Tess @ Unbound Library, Millay @ Millay's Musings, Bex @ Bex the Bibliophile, Aleks @… Continue reading The Outstanding Blogger Award #2 💛|| ft. childhood tv shows, six of crows and my to-gos
Hi everyone! We are officially nearing the last 3 weeks of 2020, the year that will forever be notorious. Today, I'll be sharing 5 books that I want to squeeze in before this year ends, thanks to the prompt from the weekly feature: Just Some Bibliophilic Things, that Riddhi @ Whispering Stories hosts!
Hello everyone! Yes This is the first discussion post on A Bolt out of the Book by yours truly... (it was about time you stopped procrastinating right cherelle?)
Today, I will be participating in Let's Talk Bookish, a weekly meme where discussion prompts are given for book bloggers to write about. it's hosted by Rukky @ Eternity Books and Dani @ Literary Lion. I came to know of this meme thanks to Millay @ Millay's Musings, a lovely blogger you all should go say hi to!
Anyway, let me stop rambling and plunge headfirst into the discussion that I have been dreading to write (because spoiler alert: cherelle does not know how to write a discussion post).
Hello everyone! I somehow dread and love writing these wrap-ups at the same time. It gives me great pleasure to look back on the month and talk about some of the highlights with you all, but it's scary as it flew so fast... 2020 is *wild wind whooshes in*.
But nonetheless, I truly enjoyed my month of November, and it was one of many great milestones for blogging for me. I changed my site name from "cherelle the bibliophile" to "a bolt out of the book", something I always wanted to do but was apprehensive, you can learn about the new name here!
Furthermore, I set up a book club with Ashmita @ The Fictional Journal on Goodreads: BOOKS GO BOOM!! You can learn more about it here (my post) and here (Ashmita's post). We just decided on the Book of the Month for December which is SET FIRE TO THE GODS by Kristin Simmons and Sarah Raasch, I am so excited to read it with you all in the club!
Okay without further ado, let's see November!