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Flying The Flag: House Pride Aesthetics

Heyo Bookaholics! Holla To The Hufflepuffs! This post is still related to the prompts from the #FinnFuryRevolution Instagram challenge, but instead of discussing country pride (ew), I’ve chosen to talk about another global family that I am a part of! I’ve collected and collaged some posts from Pinterest that encompass what it is to be a Hufflepuff, really emphasising the emotions of happiness and freedom.   If there is ever a theme song for Hufflepuff house it has to be Smile […]

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Huge June Book Haul!

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Hey Ho Bookaholics! I went book shopping!! I don’t usually dedicate a day or a particular shopping trip to exclusively shop for books, but on Monday I splurged and bought a total of 13 books. I went with three other book loving friends who for the first time didn’t spend as much as me on books. Books This haul may not seem that big but I did buy all of these books in one day, and I set myself a […]

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Harry Potter & The Cursed Child by J.K. Rowling & Co. | Non-Spoilery Review

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Hey Ho Bookaholics! I am back with another book review! Goodreads Summary: Based on an original new story by J.K. Rowling, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany, a new play by Jack Thorne, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the eighth story in the Harry Potter series and the first official Harry Potter story to be presented on stage. The play will receive its world premiere in London’s West End on July 30, 2016. It was always difficult being Harry Potter and […]

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New Harry Potter Wizarding School + Sorting!

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Hey Ho Bookaholics! For the release of the Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them movie this year, Actress Evanna Lynch anounced the name of the North American wizarding school at a Pottermore Fan event in January this year. The names of the also released the names of the Brazilian, Japanese and Ugandan wizarding schools were also released at this event and are now available to read about on Pottermore. In the past I have consulted the sorting hat and he told me […]

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September/ October Wrap Up

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Hey Ho Bookaholics! I am surprising even myself to say that I have kept up with my blogging schedule in these past few weeks. This exam period has been the absolute worst! I have had my ups and downs and with only one more exam to go, I am more stressed than ever especially because my last one if English Language. It is my most important exam and the one I am least prepared for, as I surprisingly hate English […]

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Harry Potter Mini Reviews

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Hey Ho Bookaholics! Today I bring to you my first ever thoughts on the most talked about book series of all time in this week’s post: Harry Potter Mini Reviews! Quite sadly I have never ever read the Harry Potter series before this, but I have watched the movies a bagillion times and have heard spoilers upon spoilers about the content from the books that weren’t included in the movies. So after completing my Harry Potter Book Collection I thought […]

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August Wrap-Up + Haul

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Hello Bookaholics, It has not been long since my last post (only 4 days if I counted correctly). I am so proud of myself for keeping up with my blogging lately because I have lots more posts scheduled for your entertainment coming. But without further ado, let’s review the books I managed to read – and buy – in the month of August!

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August TBR

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I know it is a bit late (almost two weeks into the month), but here is what I have planned to read in the month of August. I am trying to keep my TBR pile for this month small as I do not have much time to read, due to this month being a crazy month with school tests and organising my university preferences for next year. This very short list features three books, one of which I have been begging the library […]

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July Wrap-Up

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The month of July was a crazy successful reading month!! I exceeded my average reading for the month and managed to knock out a whopping 6 books and half of 2 others! The books I read were (in order of finish dates); Harry Potter and The Philosophers Stone ★★★★★ (5/5 stars) Harry Potter and The Chamber of Secrets ★★★★★ (5/5 stars) Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban ★★★★★ (5/5 stars) Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children ★★★★★ (5/5 stars) Hollow City ★★★★★ (5/5 stars) […]

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