🎉 Another Blogger Award Post🎉
Thank you so much to Riddhi from Whispering Stories for nominating me for the Liebester Award. It always puts a smile on my face to be nominated for awards as I never expect it.Carry On Reading
Now I know that 2021 is still over a month away, but it is never too early to think about the new releases that are coming our way. 2021 is going to be a fantastic year when it comes to new releases because as well as some new exciting debuts, some old series will be returning. I can’t wait to get my hands on all these books, so bring on 2021.Carry On Reading
I thought for today’s post; I would talk about why I love taking part in book clubs.
I currently take part in two book clubs, which vary in both audience and genre. My two book clubs are MythTake Reads and Middle Grade Monthly. MythTake Reads is a bi-monthly book club that focuses on myth, folklore and fairytale retellings. Middle Grade Monthly is a monthly book club that is all about middle grade. I will link both their twitters with all the information if you are interested in either of them.Carry On Reading
I thought for this today’s post I would do a discussion post about why I hate to and rarely DNF books.
I always find DNFing books to be challenging, especially because of the work and effort that authors have put into writing their piece of work. I like to give a book as long as possible before I give DNF it, and primarily the only reason that I do DNF is because the book will put me in a reading slump. This year I have only DNFed one book so far.Carry On Reading
Since the start of the UK lockdown, I have been binge-watching a lot of TV. One of the programmes that I came across on Netflix was Schitt’s Creek, and from one episode in I was hooked. It has now become one of my obsession TV shows, even though I managed to find it after the show finished.
So in honour of my new favourite TV show, I thought that I would do the Schitt’s Creek book tag which I found on Youtube. It was created by Pages and Pens and Aimee Reads together and I will link their respective original videos above.Carry On Reading
I thought for today’s blog post I would let you know some of the books that I hope will be 5 star reads when I finally get round to them. Majority of the books that I read and love tend to be fantasy, so all the books on this list are fantasy.
I have only included books that are currently out, but there are a couple of releases later this year and into next year that I also think could be 5 star predictions. So I may do a follow up early next year or when I have cleared some books off of this list. Also I have only included the first book in a series on this list, even if I think that the whole series could be 5 stars. As it just makes it easier, especially if it turns out that I don’t end up liking the first book.
Without further ado, here are my 5 star predictions!Carry On Reading
I thought for today’s blog post I would compile a list of October to December new releases that I am really excited for. These may be from authors that I have read previous works or new-to-me/debut authors; it really depends what catches my eye.
I will be going off of UK release dates, as this is where I am from rather than the US dates. So some of these books may have already been released in other countries. I will list them in order of release date, making it easier to read across the months.Carry On Reading
Part of my plans for the rest of 2020 is to take part in the TolkienALong, which is finally inspiring me to read the works of J. R. R. Tolkien, which is something I have always wanted to do. It’s hosted by Ashleigh (A Frolic Through Fiction), Beth (Books Nest) and Lauren (FictionTea).Carry On Reading
The Musical Theatre Book Tag combines two of my favourite things: Books and Musicals. So the Musical Theatre Book Tag was perfect for me.Carry On Reading