Heyo Bookaholics! Well, these posts are always fun! Books I Read! In July I planned to continue with my Rainbow Readathon from June, which lead to me having six books on my July TBR which is just ridiculous. I knew I wasn’t going to read all the books, but I didn’t think I’d fail so spectacularly! Nevertheless, I managed to read 2.5 novels *celebration emojis* *finger guns* Which is a nice achievement for me considering I did spend most of my […]Continue Reading
My Biggest Reading Month and My Smallest Haul!!
Heyo Bookaholics! T’was Norse Mythology Month! For all my Australian readers, I’d like to start off by congratulating the West Coast Eagles who won the AFL Grand Final game that was played today. My team was eliminated in the semis (which was expected this year) and I am so so so happy that Collingwood didn’t win (#sorrynotsorry). I had the best reading month this September! It was so accomplished to finish one book after another, reading constantly every day was […]Continue Reading
July Monthly Wrap-Up aka My Favourite Post of The Month!
Heyo Bookaholics! I Read, I Blogged, I Conquered! Hot Damn! Let me start off by saying that the weather this month has been horrendous; although I am so glad that the days seem to be getting longer and brighter so it doesn’t feel quite so scary when I get home from work at 6pm and it’s pitch black. I will mention the books I hauled in this post, but there will be a more extensive haul on my channel in […]Continue Reading
April/ May Wrap-Up + Book Haul!!
Heyo Bookaholics! May was hectic! Wow – I seem to say that a lot – maybe I’m so shocked that I’m somehow more social and accomplished than I think I am. I love these wrap-up posts, it gives me a time to reflect on my bookish escapades and share it with you all! I posted my TBR for June last week so don’t forget to check that out before you leave. You can click the image below or the text […]Continue Reading
March Wrap-Up + Huge Book Haul!
Heyo Bookaholics! Earlier this month (or it could’ve been last month), I made a post where I listed which books I hoped to purchase in the month of March; and I am proud to say that I purchased 6 out of those 9 books AND MORE! Events!Continue Reading
February Wrap-Up + Book Haul !!!!
Heyo Bookaholics! Wow so it’s March 2018… This is actually nuts! Not only am I already one week into semester 1, this is my second year of Uni! I just need a moment to be a typical mind-blown adult and exclaim that the time has flown so so fast!Continue Reading
A Late January Wrap-Up!
Heyo Bookaholics! Today I bring to you a very late January Wrap-Up, brought to you by my friend who I am probably letting down by writing this post and not doing the group assignment. In the month of January I managed to read 3 books: Gregory and The Grimbockle by Melanie Schubert, who was lovely enough to send me a copy. I posted a review if this book last month and I also did an interview with the author which […]Continue Reading
Ironheart by Jodi McAlister Book Launch!
Heyo Bookaholics! Yesterday (9 Feb 2018), my mother and I went to the book launch of Ironheart by Jodi McAlister! The event was held in Readings Kids, a kids/ young adult bookstore the opened up on Lygon Street in Carlton, Melbourne mid last year. It sits beside its older brother store Readings, which sells all the big kids books such as non-fiction and all genres other than kids and YA.Continue Reading
August 2017 Book Haul! 10+ Books!!
Hey Ho Bookaholics! I only paid $10 for books this month and I could never be prouder of myself in the shopping department and for this achievement I would like to thank Bloomsbury for inviting me to the Bloomsbury Bloggers event and gifting me with all of these amazing looking books! I would also like to thank Andrew’s Bookshop for actually stocking and discouting a hardback graphic novel! Three things that are very very hard to come by in Australian bookstores – […]Continue Reading
July Book Haul!
Hey Ho Bookaholics! Not only has July ended, but so has my uni holidays 🙁 Unlike when I first started this blog, every month I have been acquiring more and more books; and trust me when I say that I am in no way disappointed by this. Rather I am quite thrilled that I have been able to work hard to gift myself these books, and on most occasions find bargains to save myself money for other things. Here are […]Continue Reading