BECAUSE WE CAN Week-Long Readathon Wrap-Up :)

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Hai Beautiful! It’s been a great week! From the 11th to 17th of May, I participated in the newest week-long readathon called BECAUSE WE CAN Readathon, created by Kat @stars.and.embers, Cat @BrewsandReviews & Jenna @JustALittleBitRandom. My TBR for this readathon was actually quite, considering it is a week-long thing. I chose 4 books to read this week which fulfilled all of the 7 reading prompts. You can check out my TBR post here where I talk about the who, the what and the why of […]

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The Experience Of Re-Reading Novels.

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Heyo Bookaholics! Have you ever re-read a novel? I have re-read novels before… Kinda. So, my all-time favourite series of books (chronicles?) is the Shadowhunter novels. If you’ve been around long enough, you have seen how I am able to shove them into any post I write (such as this one hehe). Thankfully I started reading the series just before City of Heavenly Fire was released so I didn’t have that many books to catch up on when I started […]

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!NaNoWriMo Writing In Progress!

Heyo Bookaholics! Positivity!! Due to this month being taken up by NaNoWriMo (which I am participating in) and exams (yuck), I have chosen not to do a formal TBR this month, lest it pulls me off course and away from my goal. Reading is just soooooo tempting!!! From the title, you can tell that this isn’t going to be a normal post. It actually wasn’t going to be a post at all but I thought I should keep diciplined and […]

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Sh*t Readers Say (Relatable)!

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Heyo Bookaholics! Because I know you will all relate… 1. “I Can’t Wait To Read This.” Every time a reader picks up a new book or goes to a book launch, the first thing that comes out of their mouth when talking about the book is this. We are all excited to read the book but we all know that the book will never get read in the near future and in reality we just have nothing else to say […]

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July TBR 2019

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Heyo Bookaholics! Think of July as an extended version of June. Like June but with 61 days! I’ve posted my TBR for June early last month and I planned to read an unrealistic 8 or so books. I knew it was never going to work out, but I tried anyway and managed to read 3.5 books. This month I am continuing that TBR (because I’m committed af) but also ambitious because, in addition to the books photographed, I have 2 […]

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June Monthly Wrap Up!

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Heyo Bookaholics! June has been a blast (but like a messy blast)! I haven’t done a wrap-up post in a long time and I’m super keen to be posting this one today! Aside from the fact that this was meant to be posted yesterday (Saturday), and it is 11 pm on a Sunday, but better late than never as I’d say. I hope you’ve had a wonderful weekend and that you enjoy this send off to June x Books I […]

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Save The Date by Morgan Matson | READING TOUR Non-Spoiler Review!

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This book was sent to me from Simon & Schuster in exchange for an honest review and participation in the reading tour for the July 1st Australia release of this novel. Also a big thank you to AusYABloggers! Heyo Bookaholics! It’s Another Reading Tour! I was so excited when I was contacted by Simon and Schuster to participate in this Reading Tour as I have NEVER ever read a book written by Morgan Matson, despite it being my goal to […]

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March TBR!!!

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Heyo Bookaholics! So I unconsciously did a thing with my TBR last month in Feb, where, only after watching HaileyInBookland’s video March TBR | Books I want to read this month I realised this. In my TBR for February, I added 4 books each of a specific category:

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