Hi guys, is it just me that feels that the weeks are going by so quickly lately? I don’t mind so much (because I love Christmas) but it does mean that my assignment deadlines are getting closer. Anyway, my blog has been progressing really well.
Shadow and Bone, by Leigh Bardugo: I loved this! Bardugo’s writing is my all time favourite because of the way it flows without ever getting heavy. My review went up yesterday, so check it out if you’ve read it or thinking about it! I can’t wait to read the rest of these books!
A Curse so Dark and Lonely, by Brigid Kemmerer: I literally just finished this this morning, and I have missed that feeling of a book hangover. I cannot wait for the sequel to be released next year, it’s so exciting!
Girls of Paper and Fire, by Natasha Ngan: Still buddy reading this with my friend, and loving it. The pace is really picking up now and I love the budding character development of Lei. It’s also so fun to read it with my friend and start fangirling after we’ve read the 5 chapters.
Next to Read:
Furyborn, by Claire Legrand: This is literally waiting by my bed because I can’t wait to get around to it.
Brooklyn 99: Just a rewatch – absolutely love it.
Riverdale: I don’t particularly enjoy the show, I like to watch the show so that I can make fun of it and understand the memes.
Peep Show: I had tried this before, but could never get into it. This time around I found it highly amusing and loved the quotes from it, it was great to watch in the background.
Next to Watch:
I’m not sure what to watch next, I have so many series on my list to get round to. It’s probably going to be either: Absolutely Fabulous or Mindhunter.
Book Review Book: A Curse so Dark and Lonely Author: Brigid KemmererYear: 2019Pages: 484 This book gave me such a hangover, I ended up flicking the pages to make sure that I had read the end of it. When I found out that the sequel is coming out next year, I was so happy. I… Read more
I had a complete flashback to my Media A Level yesterday when I had a lecture on textual analysis. I don’t think I’ve ever been so happy to see Roland Barthes be mentioned and immediately think about my old media teacher, who first introduced me to the world of media. I never thought about how… Read more
Hi guys, is it just me that feels that the weeks are going by so quickly lately? I don’t mind so much (because I love Christmas) but it does mean that my assignment deadlines are getting closer. Anyway, my blog has been progressing really well. Reading Finished Reading:Shadow and Bone, by Leigh Bardugo: I loved… Read more
Book: Shadow and BoneAuthor: Leigh Bardugo Year: 2012Pages: 358 “talented, brilliant, incredible, amazing, show stopping, spectacular, never the same, totally unique, completely not ever been done before” I read the Crows series before this one because I got stuck into Six of Crows more than I did with Shadow and Bone – I was wrong though to… Read more
Earlier this week in a interview Emma Watson spoke about her true feelings around turning 30 and still being single, she opened up about how it took a long time to understand and be truly happy on her own, but that she refers to it as being “self-partnered”. You could almost hear the backlash before… Read more