Today I am continuing sharing my entire physical TBR! These posts are a personal step for me to acknowledge how many books on my shelves are unread, and which ones I am thinking of prioritising in 2021! Today is part two of four and I am sharing all of the poetry and short story collections… Continue reading My Entire Physical TBR Part Two
I was sent a copy of this e-book by Raine Publishing in exchange for an honest review. Chameleon Skin by Breanne Weber is a collection of poetry that explores the monochrome world of depression and how colour offers hope and beauty in this world. It is a wonderful poetry collection that focuses on self-discovery, growth,… Continue reading Review: Chameleon Skin
It's been a while since I took part in a WWW Wednesday, so I thought that this week I would take part in another WWW Wednesday, it is a weekly meme hosted by Taking on a World of Words. There are just three questions to answer: What are you currently reading?What did you recently finish reading?What… Continue reading WWW Wednesday
I have seen this post everywhere, including on Reading in the Wings, so as I am currently staying home as much as possible, I've decided to give it a go. Laying in Bed - Book You Could/Have Read in a Day I recently reread If I Stay by Gayle Forman in a day. It's such a… Continue reading The Stay at Home Book Tag
Before I set out to start writing this post, I didn't think I had read that many books or that I'd had a good reading months. But seven books isn't that bad and two of these I have also reviewed too. March has been a weird month, but April is probably going to be worse.… Continue reading March Wrap Up
Today I have another Top 5 Tuesdays; hosted by Bionic Book Worm. The theme for March is favourite Authors from A-Z - this week is the last one and focusing on 6 letters: U through Z! I am unsure how well I am going to do this week, but I will give it a go.… Continue reading Top 5 Tuesday
Today I have another Top 5 Tuesdays; hosted by Bionic Book Worm. The theme for March is favourite Authors from A-Z - this week we're focusing on P through T! P Lucy Powrie! She is someone that I have followed on social media for years, so of course when she released her debut novel I… Continue reading Top 5 Tuesday
I was kindly provided with an e-arc of this book via NetGalley. Goodreads Definition: From a celebrated activist and spoken-word performer comes a debut poetry collection that takes readers on an empowering, lyrical journey through being a woman in today's society, exploring issues like suicide, sexual assault, self-image, and healing. Aija Mayrock published her first… Continue reading Review: Dear Girl
I saw this challenge about a year ago on Romance Book Binge and I've saved it for now! I wanted a challenge involving my bookshelves and this one seemed perfect! Do you have a book with deckled edges?I actually don't! This is a great start... Do you have a book with 3 or… Continue reading Do You Have That Book?
In honour of women's history month, I wanted to share with you a poem I wrote after studying the suffragettes a few years ago. I like going through old poems and finding which ones I can share with you guys. I share them as I find them, but often sharing them makes me want to… Continue reading Who Said It Was Over?