I can only apologise for neglecting this blog for so long. You know how it is, life gets in the way. However due to the book I am currently reading I just HAD to jump back here and write a post on it! Sometime last year I was visiting my brother and sister-in-law and casually… More My love of flying. A roundabout introduction to Skyfaring by Mark Vanhoenacker.
A couple of weeks ago, I set to and finally watched the Lord of The Rings Trilogy – yes I got to 21 years of life and hadn’t yet seen it, I know, I know. I thoroughly enjoyed them in all their extended edition glory. This is where it gets a bit spooky. I watched Fellowship… More Tolkien
Well. That didn’t go wonderfully, which you might be able to tell by the fact I haven’t posted a round up of it until now. The month started really well. I read Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli and Rainbow Boys by Alex Sanchez. I also started reading Rainbow High, the sequel to Rainbow Boys. Though not originally… More #LGBTReadMonth 1st–31st October: Wrap-Up
After the successes of the previous LGBT readathons there is a new one, this time for the entire month of October! Sign up and check out Faye’s intro post on it here.😀 The books I intend to read are: Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli √ Two Boys Kissing by David Levithan Rainbow Boys by Alex Sanchez… More #LGBTReadMonth 1st–31st October
Today is my birthday, and before I came down to England to spend summer at home, my lovely flatmate, Alex, gave me an early birthday present of a litograph of my favourite book, The Great Gatsby. (She’s fab!) A litograph is a picture made out of the words of a book. This picture can then be… More Litographs @ Litographs.com
I planned to read three books and an audiobook for the readathon. I have surprised myself and am really pleased that I managed that! Monday: On Monday I had a five-hour train journey. Train journeys are always extremely helpful when you want to power through a book. I read all of Connor Franta’s A Work In… More LGBTReadathon 22nd–28th June: Wrap Up
In this intimate memoir of life beyond the camera, Connor Franta shares the lessons he has learned on his journey from small-town boy to Internet sensation-so far. Here, Connor offers a look at his Midwestern upbringing as one of four children in the home and one of five in the classroom; his struggles with identity,… More A Work In Progress — Connor Franta
Miss Pettigrew is a down-on-her-luck, middle-aged governess sent by her employment agency to work for a nightclub singer rather than a household of unruly children. Over a period of 24 hours her life is changed — forever.… More Miss Pettigrew Lives For A Day — Winifred Watson
I am taking part in the next LGBT Readatbon hosted by Faye. I attempted to take part in the last one in May, however, after a bit of a mix up, where I ordered a book to my home address rather than uni term–time address, I gave up. Hopefully June’s will go to plan! The books… More #LGBTReadathon 22nd–28th June
I don’t want to make any of those mushy “New Blog Yay” posts anymore so than what this already is, so we’ll just dive into it.