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March TBR

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Heyo Bookaholics! This has to be my favourite TBR so far! I’m not saying that I’ve changed, but this might be achievable. 5 books in 31 days, one of which has already been completed, a second of which I am already 30 pages in. The books I am planning to fly through this month include:  Percy Jackson and The Last Olympian by Rick Riordan Otherworld by Jason Segal and Kirsten Miller Otherearth by Jason Segal and Kirsten Miller Ida by Alison […]

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My Bookshelves – A Visual Journey!

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Heyo Bookaholics! It’s been a long time coming! I absolutely loooooveeee bookshelves. More importantly, bookshelf tours and bookshelf organisation videos. I don’t know what it is, but something about the fast motion of a time lapse where people zip around the room and books are put on the shelves and moved around by some speedy fairy is so captivating. Well, guess what I did!? I made a bookshelf organisation and (kinda) bookshelf tour video. It has a time lapse from […]

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Jay Kristoff Month aka October TBR

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Heyo Bookaholics! It’s Jay Kristoff Month! DISCLAIMER: If you’d like to watch this TBR, you can do so by clicking this link or by playing the video at the bottom of the post! This is the most exciting month for reading and probably the most daunting considering I have a bunch of deadlines coming up for university and work but I’ve chosen two of the most well-written novels by an amazing Melbournian author! With hopes that I finish the first […]

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My Biggest Reading Month and My Smallest Haul!!

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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 […]

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June Wrap-Up

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Heyo Bookaholics! It’s a wrap-up Saturday! It’s the end of another month and once again I wish to make a post showing you all the books I read and acquired this month, as well as all the fun things I got up to in the month of June! I want to begin by discussing my favourite project I began this month, and that is my YouTube channel! If you didn’t know, I did that and currently have one video on […]

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I’M ON YOUTUBE!!! (BookTube Newbie)

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Heyo Bookaholics! I’ve finally done it! What have I done you ask? Well if you think I couldn’t put my face on the internet enough, I’ve stepped it up a notch and I made a YouTube channel!! Yep, you read right; my channel has the same name as this blog – Jasper and Spice – and I’ve currently posted a BookTube Newbie Tag of which I am so proud of! You can watch the video above. It took me ages to […]

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I’m Starting YouTube???

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Heyo Bookaholics! In Monday’s April TBR post, I mentioned that I’ll possibly be starting a YouTube channel. It’s currently in the works, and I’m still practicing editing things and just getting the hang of talking to a camera before I actually upload anything. In the meantime I want to talk through this decision with you all through a series of questions I’ve compiled myself. This way you can all understand what I’m thinking going into this, and can maybe help […]

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Zenith by Sasha Alsberg and Lindsay Cummings | Review

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Welcome back Bookaholics! I absolutely love YouTube. My favourite videos to watch are silly make-up videos like this one from Wengie, where she does her make up entirely with lollies, and theories like this retelling of the Pixar Theory as told by the Super Carlin Brothers; but my all-time favourite videos to watch are BookTuber videos. I have many favourites, but the person who really made me like watching BookTube has to be Sasha from ABookUtopia. It was over four months ago when […]

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