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#EasterReadathon Wrap up

Hey! I've never done a readathon before. Usually, it involves reading books that I don't own/it collides with college and I'm too busy to do it. I don't live by a good library, nor do I earn enough money to buy a load of books for a readathon, so I've just never done one. I… Continue reading #EasterReadathon Wrap up

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#EasterReadathon TBR

For those who don't know what the #EasterReadathon is, it's hosted by @katelovescolour on Twitter. It starts at midnight tonight (29th March/30th March) UK time. Because of Easter, the UK now has a four day weekend, which seems like an excellent time to get some reading done! Guidelines: Starts at midnight on the 30th March… Continue reading #EasterReadathon TBR

Books, Reviews

September Reading Wrap-Up ’17

Hello! September feels like it went on forever while, at the same time, it felt like it just zoomed by. You know? Anyway, I started Level 3 Animal Management at college about four weeks ago so I haven't read as much as I would have liked to, but I still read and I think my… Continue reading September Reading Wrap-Up ’17

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Netgalley Reading List/Currently Reading

Heeey! You can tell I'm running low on inspiration when I'm re-using an idea I did not that long ago, but ever so slightly different. I promise that I'll try and get some books finished soon so I can have some long time coming reviews up, yay! Anyway, here are the books I have left… Continue reading Netgalley Reading List/Currently Reading

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WWW Wednesday – 06/09/17

Hey! I saw these meme on thelittlebookowl and I wanted to give it a try! I recently started college (yesterday, in fact!) but came home early today due to having a timetable that isn't completed yet, but should be by next week. I'm in from 9am - 4pm five days a week currently! Yep, that's… Continue reading WWW Wednesday – 06/09/17

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REVIEW | Starswept by Mary Fan

Genre: science-fiction, romance, young adult Synopsis  In 2157, the Adryil—an advanced race of telepathic humanoids—contacted Earth. A century later, 15-year-old violist Iris Lei considers herself lucky to attend Papilio, a prestigious performing arts school powered by their technology. Born penniless, Iris’s one shot at a better life is to attract an Adryil patron. But only the… Continue reading REVIEW | Starswept by Mary Fan