Winter’s nearing it’s end as flowers are starting to unfurl along the grass verges. The temperature is still undecided on whether it’s winter or spring though. I’ll be recapping December of last year and the first two months in the new year. If you want to see what I’ve been reading, watching, listening to and more then keep reading!
Hand on heart I am still stuck in March of 2020. I still can’t believe I’m 20, I can’t believe it’s 2021 tomorrow and I just…2020 has been a hard year for all of us.
Whilst Holiday season is here, it’s important to remember bookish businesses need our love and support all year round. There’s nothing better than buying from small businesses and knowing that your purchase has probably caused them to do a happy dance. When possible I do my best to support small businesses, however I know this isn’t viable for everyone. Whether you buy something or not, just liking their social media posts, sharing them on your socials and talking about them to people helps immensely!
December marks the last month in the calendar year, which always causes me to start to look ahead to the next. It’s often a time of reflection, goal setting and contemplating what I hope to accomplish in the next year. In today’s post I’ll be sharing some of my plans for 2021, blog related and a few personal ones. Grab a cuppa and let’s dive on in!
Ever wanted to swap a books season? I mean it would be interesting, take all those summer contemporaries and just…change the beaches for the bitterly cold winters. What about all those sci-fi books, how would you switch the season in outer space? Today I’m sharing some books I’d love to see in a more wintery setting.
Autumn has come and gone. Well mostly gone, technically Winter doesn’t arrive until December 21st but for ease of me posting seasonal wrap ups. We’re pretending the season ends at the end of a month. I can’t believe Autumn has passed already, more importantly I’m 20 now >.> How did this happen? I’m no longer a teenager and I don’t know whether to be happy or sad about this. Anyway, get ready as I recap Autumn!
I would like to hold my hands up and confess my undying, unconditional love for the moon, a constant reminder that we too go through phases – they too shall pass. My journey is just beginning, I have so much to learn still, yet I feel this urge to share a small glimpse into my journey so far. Whilst I am a reader, someone who is hopelessly in love with words and fictional worlds, I’ve also begun to fall in love with parts of the real world. The really small things, like the way the sunlight looks on a foggy morning or how the sunset paints the sky in shades of pinks and purples.Read More »