I MOVED. Okay so I mentioned that briefly in the last post but it's been a wild ride. We left the UK behind on the 21st of August and the last three weeks have been BUSY. So much paperwork and hoops to jump through to try to get everything sorted. We are only about half … Continue reading Memo Pad: August Wrap up
AKA a mash up of the Mid Year Book freak out tag and a rundown of the best 5* reads of 2019 because what are rules? I've had an amazing year of reading this year so far. The most books I have ever read in a year was 68 but I have already managed to … Continue reading Mid-Year Book Freak Out!
I know I keep saying that this ridiculous run I'm on with my reading challenge is going to end soon but this month has been another scarily awesome month for books. Not only did I read the eight books I've been averaging a month so far this year but I actually ended up reading….13? Granted … Continue reading Memo Pad: April Wrap-up
The last two weeks I've been talking part in an amazing readathon hosted by Kitty. Her blog post about the readathon is here but it's mostly been hosted over on Twitter under the @AspecApril. There are lots of discussions over there and also author interviews over on her blog. The readathon spanned two weeks, the … Continue reading Aspec April Readathon Wrap Up
I'm late with my monthly wrap up. Oops. It's April already. Luckily I am currently still a European citizen so things could have gone worse (although there's still time!). I read a lot of books in March which is the main reason this post is late. While I haven't found it difficult to fit reading … Continue reading Memo Pad: March Wrap Up
I've had an excellent start to my reading year this month. I finished a whole 6 books and that's only because I made myself stop reading towards the end of the month so I wouldn't have too many reviews to write! Four of them were five star reads although towards the end of the month … Continue reading Memo Pad: January Wrap up
I kind of hate resolutions. Especially the ones that say to do something different. New year new you. Those never work for me but I do like seeing goals. Things I want to achieve which are normally a continuation of what I'm already doing. I guess my biggest struggle is to keep doing things not start (anyone who knows me know I start too many things!!). And goals help to keep me motivated and not give in.