Holy crap, there's less than half of 2018 left, is anyone else in a state of disbelief? Because I sure am!! 2017 was like a few days ago in my head, and suddenly it's soon going to be 2019 and I'm finding it hard to wrap my mind around this. But also after August, I… Continue reading July Whispers // bingeing book series, nothing happened this month but it’s finally my summer break!
June was literally such an overwhelming month. Some of it was super fun!! Most of it was SUPER tiring!! A lot of it was literally torturing!! And did I mention it was SO tiring? Agh, I'm SO TIRED. I probably should be doing about 9 homeworks right now but honestly, I just need to calm… Continue reading June Whispers // Everything’s fine! Uh, No it’s not actually; a reading slump, procastination, and being an overall exhausted mess™
So I freak out about a loOOoooOoOoooOoot of things. (like a lot) And the fact that it is ALREADY THE MIDDLE OF 2018!! YES!! I AM FREAKING OUT!! All those books I STILL haven't read?? FREAKING OUT. All the bad things I've done this year? FREAKING OUT. That chocolate cake right there? FREAKING OUT. I… Continue reading The Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag // New releases, 2018 = rubbish reading year, and beautiful book covers!
The finest kind of torture is asking a bookworm their favourite book of the year. Becuase 1) how the heck do you expect me to choose and 2) WHAT IF MY ANSWER CHANGES?! So that's precisely what I'm doing in today's post. I love myself so much. I'm linking up to Perpetual Page Turner's Annual… Continue reading A Recap of 2017 in BOOKS (ft. favourites and pie charts and me being indecisive)
I know, 2017 was the equivalent of a foot stepping on lego. There were a bunch of nasty things on twitter, tonnes of discriminating and harmful comments on Goodreads, new rules from bookish websites excluding INTL bloggers amongst a lot of other things. Yes, even in terms of books, it was spine crackingly horrible. BUT… Continue reading 10 Reasons why 2017 was A Good Year for me as a Bookworm/Writer/Book Blogger (Let’s focus on the good things shall we?)