The evolution of my bookshelves — a look inside my book collecting.
(a.k.a. the ones I was sobbing during) So, I decided not too long ago that there are some sad books that I absolutely adore, and now I feel the need to inflict them upon you all. So here are my top four books that made me cry. Most of these are last books in the series, but I promise I will not give any spoilers! #4: Clockwork Princess We all know Clare is hit and miss for me, but this book made me cry! I enjoyed this series, and felt the ending was satisfying. Doesn’t mean I wasn’t sad for […]
After talking with some of my friends, I realized a bookstagram blog post all about my adventures with it might be useful – and I’ll start from the very beginning. My journey started last July, when I suddenly got an urge for a new creative outlet, and to start collecting books again.
All about my bookstagram habits!
Today’s prompt was from Anisa @ Bookish Bibliophile. Prompt Explanation: Christmas is only a few days away, so it’s time to make a list of the books you’d love to get under the tree! Maybe you’ll even get some! First off, an amazing prompt because I always have books both in my amazon wishlist and on my to-read shelf on goodreads!
Banner is from CW @ The Quiet Pond. #StartOnYourShelfathon is run by CW at The Quiet Pond, and the goal is to read as many unread books on your bookshelf between December 13, 2019 and December 31, 2020! Sounds exciting right? RIGHT? Do you want to join in? If so, check out this post and this post for more information! Hi, yes, I shall be joining in on the fun that is #startonyourshelfathon! I am so excited for this! So I figure I’m going to make myself WORK for this. But I also need to be cautious as I am […]
Today’s prompt was from Danielle @ PoetryBooksYA I love watching The Polar Express movie during Christmas time. The main character boy rediscovers his love for Santa Claus and the holiday after a wild journey far from home in one night. Describe a book or experience you’ve had this year that made you rediscover your love for the genre after reading it. It’s funny, because I was just thinking about this the other day. Partially because at my library we’re doing the Polar Express movie. But this season always brings back fond memories of my mother reading the Polar Express EVERY […]
Today’s prompt was from Laurie @ Laurie’s Bookshelf, and was this: December is here and that means it’s time to look back on the past year. How was your 2019 regarding books? Did you haul too many books? Did you have a great reading year? Too many (E)ARCs left? And did you pass your reading challenge? Furthermore, it’s time to look forward. What goals would you like to reach in the last month of 2019? Certain books you want to read before 2020 is upon us? Do you have reading goals for 2020? So, let’s reflect on your bookish 2019! […]
I’m very excited for August, I’ll be getting my first owlcrate box and there are a whole bunch of books I’m excited to read. This is the current list of books I am definitely planning on reading at the moment. I will probably add more as I find out what books I can afford to buy. Sorcery of ThornsWilla of the WoodSea Witch A Court of Frost & Starlight DemonglassSpell BoundWicked Saints (reread)The EliteSiege and Storm
One of the most exciting things is going through your TBR shelf and just gazing at all the potential books — I know I am extraordinarily guilty of this. For example right now I’ve got two books checked out on hoopla, one on RB Digital, ten on Libby and three physical books. Is this normal? I don’t know, all I know is that having this many books to pick through makes my life feel full. A lot of the time I can read a book in a sitting, but sometimes I can’t. (Diana Gabaldon’s books are a good example of […]