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    6 Month Wrap-Up | My April to September Reads

    Okay. It has been a hot minute since I did a wrap-up, and honestly, it’s because I haven’t been reading much! Or blogging much (but that’s okay). The ongoing pandemic, some big life changes, and the usual obstacles have been a wild ride but I’m proud to be back on the reading wagon and just the fact I technically have been reading the last few months (except for August). I figured, why not do a small post to write out what I’ve read in the last 6 months, get myself back on track and just celebrate the lovely books I read! Let’s get into it! April The Mask Falling by…

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    Are you a book snob? The Book Snob Book Tag

    Hey there! Today, I’m bringing you a fun book tag that I found inspiration from another blogger, Esther from Cozy with Books! I saw this tag and really liked the questions so I thought I’d try it myself. Tia and all the books, I believe is the original creator of this tag. Without further ado, let’s see if I’m a book snob or not! Adaptation Snob: Do you always read the book before watching the film/ TV show? I feel like I definitely used to that mindset when I was younger but quickly realised how much pressure I felt to do read the book before watching the film/tv show. Now,…

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    Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag | 2021 Edition

    So…despite not posting on this blog for a while – I noticed my stats going off on last year’s Mid-Year Book Freak Out Tag (shocked pikachu face) and damn, I’m so grateful! But also, this is the perfect time to do the tag again! I haven’t been reading as much this year but I’m honestly cruising along guilt-free and embracing my reading motivation as it comes. Now that I’ve got some energy and motivation to blog, let’s talk about my reading so far this year and what I’ve loved and not-so-loved. I’m super excited for more blog content to come – so look out for that too! This tag was…

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    Author Q&A: A Chat with Paige Toon for Someone I Used To Know [Excerpt]

    Hey there! I know it’s been a while since I blogged and to get me motivated in the momentum to keep blogging, I thought I’d share this author interview I did with Paige Toon over on The Nerd Daily! I’ve included the first few questions from my Q&A and if you love her answers as much as I did, you can check out the last few questions in the link below. I haven’t picked up this book just yet but I’m super excited to in the near future! Enjoy 🙂 n.b. photo credits to Tea Leaves & Reads. Hi Paige! Congratulations on your latest novel, Someone I Used To Know, being…

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    Finally Fall Book Tag // Hello Autumn!

    So, basically 6 months ago or so, the amazing Jenna from Bookmark Your Thoughts tagged me in this Finally Fall Book Tag ~ unfortunately, being on the other side of the hemisphere, it was actually Spring for me but now – April has begun and IT’S FINALLY AUTUMN! I’ve waited this long to do this tag and I am committed! The original tag was from a booktube video and has since been taken down so I cannot credit someone for this. Let’s do this! In fall, the air is crisp and clear // Name a book with a vivid setting. I don’t know about you but City of Brass was…

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    March Wrap Up & April TBR

    March went by so fast! March is also the month where I kind of took a mini-hiatus – particularly on Instagram. I started a new job and I didn’t really read a whole lot but I’m still proud of how many books I managed to read considering I was moving house and acclimating a new cat in our family. It’s been a really busy month haha let’s get into what I read! What I Read In March I only DNFed one book this month, an unsolicited adult fiction book that just wasn’t my thing, unfortunately. Otherwise, I think I had a really great month. I really enjoyed most of what…

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    The Bookish Prediction Tag

    It is such a nice day in the first week of Autumn in Melbourne, and today I thought I’d bring you a book tag! I don’t do these very often, although I really should. I wasn’t tagged to do this one in particular but I did read Chana & Malka’s answers to the tag on their blog, Paper Procrastinators, and thought, let’s do this one. Why not? Originally created by Book Princess Reviews, this tag is all about making predictions and I really hope my answers turn out to be true! Let’s get into it 🙂 What is your next read? Before I dive back into another big fantasy book…

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    February Wrap-Up & March TBR

    I can’t believe we’re already 2 months into 2021! February was another slightly slow month for me but I’m getting back up on my feet when it comes to reading and I couldn’t be more excited for what March has in store for me. March is going to be super busy too! Let’s get into what I read ~ What I Read In February I did it! Although I only read 3 books again this month, I reached my goal of finishing the All Souls trilogy – which are thick books! So I’m really proud of myself for that, especially since I’m still in a bit of a slump. I…

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    January Wrap-Up & February TBR | T’was A Slow Month

    Well, January was a doozy. It was a hard month, a busy month and a heartbreaking month. I haven’t said much on here but it was really tough reading and being active on socials because we lost our beloved cat and I had to get back to work after the holiday break and life has just been a wild ride. I’ve been trying to get back into a work routine while dealing with grief and motivation hasn’t been easy. I hoped to do so well this month but alas, other plans were in store. This post might seem a bit sad but I am trying to be more optimistic and…

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    December & 2020 Wrap-Up, 2021 Goals + January/Summerween TBR

    As I mentioned in my latest life update, the excruciating lockdown Melbourne was in for over 2 months finally ended and I had to let myself relax because socialising was a thing again! Not to mention that the Christmas season is insane when you have a big family. So I didn’t read much in December but I’m overall super proud of myself for my reading this year. Even if blogging took a back-burner sometimes, I don’t feel bad about it either and something 2020 taught me is to let go and enjoy reading and blogging for what they are: hobbies. I’m not going to be taking things too seriously or…