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 will (hopefully) improve. How has everyone been?
For me, the start of the year means a start of the endless workload and thus I have been appearing and posting sporadically during this month, but your support nonetheless means a million! This month, I have read significantly less books than my crazy amount in December and yet I’m still enjoying my reading, as it feels more relaxed and each good story lasts longer.
Continue reading “JANUARY WRAP UP | Much less books but an incredible start to the year!”
Hello everyone! How has the first week of November been for you all? I hope that you all are having a beautiful day with a good read. ❤ Today’s post will be a bit on the long side but very light-hearted and fun so stick with me, won’t you?
I’ll be venturing into my fourth Just Some Bibliophilic Things weekly meme, the second GIF-y Love meme and the Lost in Translation tag.
Without further ado, let’s get into this week’s JSBT hosted by Riddhi from Whispering Stories! Click here to see her answer for the week and here to learn more about it.
This Week’s Question: Who is your favourite author? Why? Which book is an absolute favourite of yours written by that particular author?
Ahhh once again, the agony of having to choose! Continue reading “🌙 Favourite Author (JSBT #4) || GIF-y Love #2 || Lost in Translation Tag”
Hello bibliophiles! Today, the 27th of October is a special day.
Exactly 238 years ago, a musical genius was born.
Continue reading “6 books about music that will resonate with you 🎶”
Hello bibliophiles! How is everything going?
Trying to organise that never-ending TBR?
Ah that’s the life.
This is my first non book review post wohooo! And perhaps my blog seemed a bit formal with all the book reviews so I am excited to use this to break the ice and
show my wild side. Continue reading “Get To Know Ya Book Tag!”