Weeks are flying by

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.


Finished Reading:
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!

Currently Reading:
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.


Currently Watching:
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.

Finished Watching:
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.


  • #4

    April 10, 2020 by

    i didn’t leave becausei stopped loving youi left because the longer i stayed the lessi loved myself Almost halfway through my favourite poems from Milk and Honey, and I like the simplicity of these pieces. -Personally, Emma

  • Circe, by Madeline Miller

    April 9, 2020 by

    My friend bought me this for Christmas, because she’d heard such good things about it and thought it sounded perfect for me. She was right! I love the whole aesthetic of the Greek gods and anything that has powerful women involved – so this story ticked so many boxes for me. I loved being introduced… Read more

  • #3

    April 8, 2020 by

    don’t mistakesalt for sugarif he wants tobe with youhe willit’s that simple -Personally, Emma

  • #2

    April 6, 2020 by

    i alwaysget myselfinto this messi always let himtell me i am beautiful and half believe iti always jump thinking he will catch meat the falli am hopelesslya lover and a dreamer andthat will be thedeath of me This is my second addition to my favourite poems from Milk and Honey, they are only in chronological… Read more

  • Milk and Honey, by Rupi Kaur

    April 5, 2020 by

    My friend bought me this for Christmas because she thought it would be a good read for me. I never usually like poetry at all, but this is a contemporary style that I can relate to and enjoy. Poetry isn’t my thing, so I’m not going to attempt to review it. But the pieces really… Read more

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-Personally, Emma

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