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
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
So...I bought quite a lot of eBooks recently! Although, I think this is okay because they're not taking up room in my small little bedroom and they're helping to support marginalized authors (well, a majority of these are anyway). They were all fairly inexpensive, so it's not a big loss if it turns out that… Continue reading An eBook Haul!
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
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
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
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