Most of us have been social distancing/isolating this week and we're likely to have many more similar weeks ahead. With that in mind I've thought of some fun bookish boredom busters to help get you through the isolation period. 1. Bookish Bingo This is a great way to get through your TBR and get crafty, … Continue reading Bookish Boredom Busters
Its Valentines season and we're all thinking about love, with that in mind I've put together this small list of some of my favourite romances in literature. Carden and Jude Carden and Jude are the staring players in the masssivley popular book by Holly Black. The arc of their romance is definitely controversial due to … Continue reading Valentines Day: Literary Romances
2019 has been a pretty good reading year for me this year as I managed to read 14,323 pages across 42 books which is a big improvement on last years 26. My 5 ⭐ Reads Peep my review here Peep my review here Peep my review here So there we have it my 5⭐ reads … Continue reading 2019 In Books
I have been tagged by Soph, go check out her fab post HERE! And whoops for it being nearly winter!! Rules: Link back to Tiffany of Read by Tiffany in your post. Feel free to use any of Tiffany’s graphics in your post, or create your own! Tag 7 other people at the end of … Continue reading Book Tag: Fall Bucket List
Halloween has passed, tis the season to start thinking about what to get book loving loved ones for Christmas. Check out my gift guide below. *not sponsored/affiliated* The Snuggler - For the friend (or the you) who loves nothing more than snuggling up with a good book and a cup of tea. Tea Selection, £13.99 … Continue reading Bookish Gift Ideas under £20
It's Halloween!!! I'm starting with this list of scary book related issues and how they rank on the scary meter. 5. Starting on number 5 of the Terror meter is Regional Dialects. Enough to make some us shudder this is ranking low in the fear department. That said I did stop reading Tess of the … Continue reading Halloween: The 5 Scariest Things About Books
This has been a fairly slow reading year for me with anxiety, a full time job, a social life and my Netflix addiction. But I'm pumped to read the following books to see in the cold cosy nights.