Yearly Wrap-Up! || 2016

Hi everyone! It’s time for the 2016 yearly wrap-up. I was going to keep this brief but I think I’m incapable of ever keeping a post brief. So go grab yourself a cup of tea and get comfortable as you whiz through my reading year and the books that were the best of the bunch. My yearly wrap up consists of books I read in 2016, not when the book was published. Continue reading

November Book Haul! || 2016

Welcome to my November book haul! I honestly nearly forgot to actually write this one – it felt like I hardly accumulated any books last month, but as always, I did get some. High five to me, however, for keeping this relatively small (in comparison to my average hauls when I’m not restraining myself from buying books!).  Continue reading

November Wrap-Up! || 2016

What joy! IT IS THE MONTH OF CHRISTMASNESS. I could not be more excited – I live for December. But that also means that it time for my November wrap-up! I had a very productive and weird month; I participated in NaNoWriMo and enjoyed my first month free having finished my degree at uni. What a feeling that was. I spent the first two weeks trying to recuperate from having study brain which meant I spent two weeks rolling around exhausted.

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September Book Haul! || 2016

It may be a good way into October, but I’m here to share my September book haul with you. Currently, at this point in writing, I’m actually not sure how many books I accumulated last month. My gut instinct is that this month should be a smaller haul. But, you know, if you’ve been here a while you probably can’t actually remember the last time I did a book haul that wasn’t good-lord-how-do-you-have-any-money-left sort of size. So! What a fun journey we have ahead of us.

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September Wrap-Up! || 2016

Well, wasn’t that an exciting month? I thought so. I really enjoyed September, a bunch of things happened which I can’t wait to tell you all about and it means I’m one month closer to finishing uni AND that it’s totally, basically Christmas now. Raise your hand if you’re a Christmas-a-holic like me *everyone raises their hands*, good, good. Continue reading