I have always struggled with plotting my stories. I think most writers out there have loads of unfinished stories, but these stories remain unfinished for different reasons. I often abandon my stories because I struggle with making the plot seem realistic and logical. Lately, with my stories, I have noticed that I try to put … Continue reading Writing Diary #1 – Plotting is hard
The BookTubeaThon is officially over! Last week the BookTubeAThon ran from Monday – Sunday and involved many challenges, prizes and twitter sprints. There were so many things to take part in, but the main thing I did was try to complete all of the challenges. How I went The plan was to read seven books … Continue reading BookTubeAThon wrap-up
Hello everyone! The post for today is my July wrap-up. In my wrap-up posts I include what I read and watched in the previous month, what I would like to read in the next month and a look inside my bullet journal. Books read in July In July I read four books. It was another … Continue reading July wrap-up
Louise has nothing. Lavinia has everything. After a chance encounter, the two spiral into an intimate, intense, and possibly toxic friendship. A Talented Mr. Ripley for the digital age, this seductive story takes a classic tale of obsession and makes it irresistibly new.
Next week is the BookTubeAThon! It is a very popular reading challenge that is hosted by Ariel Bissett. The BookTubeAThon goes over the course of one week (Monday 30 July – 5 Sunday August) and involves seven reading challenges to inspire those interested in reading to read more than they usually would. Every day also includes … Continue reading BookTubeAThon TBR // seven books in one week!
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The first half of 2018 has been good to me reading-wise. I've read so many good books already and I hope my good luck will continue on in the next half of the year! I have rated all of these books either four or five stars and there was something about each of these books that I really loved reading.
It's 1911, and 21-year-old Evelyn Northey desperately wants to become a doctor. Her father forbids it, withholding the inheritance that would allow her to attend university. At the outbreak of World War I, Evelyn disobeys her father, enlisting as an army nurse bound for Egypt and the disastrous Gallipoli campaign.
Hello everyone! July is upon us, which means I can create a new design for my bullet journal. It is only the best time of the month – thinking of a theme and then putting it to paper is actually really relaxing! And if you want, you can do something like watch TV at the same time.
Hi everyone! Recently I read the fantastic contemporary romance novel called A Room at the Manor and I was fortunate enough to interview the author, Julie Shackman! So please have a read of my brief review to see just how romantic and elegant this novel is, and then continue on to learn more about the novel from … Continue reading A Room at the Manor by Julie Shackman (review + author interview!)