Hello my lovely lemons! How are you doing today? I hope you're all well. I'm doing something fun today, going back over the 5-star predictions I made in an old post. I'll be completely honest, I totally forgot about the original post. I made it in April 2019, and finished the last book on the … Continue reading Results of My 5-Star Predictions | Do I know my reading tastes well? Let’s find out!
Hi my lovelies! I don't know about you, but I've been having so much fun reading all these LGBTQIA+ books. Good news - I've gotten through half of my rainbow TBR already! This is a stark contrast to last year. I had a look back through the archive at my posts from Pride Month 2019. … Continue reading Reviewing my Pride Reads | The TBR So Far!
Hello you wonderful people! We are rapidly approaching my favourite month of the year - Pride Month! It's a huge celebration of every part of the LGBTQ+ community and each year I'm so proud that I get to join in. My favourite way to celebrate the month is by consuming all the queer media possible, … Continue reading Reading the Rainbow | My Pride Month 2020 TBR
Hello bookish buddies! How are you all doing today? I'm here bringing you a post which has a lot of memories for me, and that's because it's on the same topics as my first ever blog post, back in September 2018. (Which makes me think both "has it really been that long?" and "has it … Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday | My Favourite Opening Lines (and a Throwback to My First Ever Post!)
Hello everyone! My name is Abi, I like to read books, and Adam Silvera makes me cry a lot. He's been on my list of favourite authors ever since History Is All You Left Me made me sob into my pillow at 3am. He has a new book releasing in January, and I am scared … Continue reading I’m Scared to Read My Favourite Author’s Newest Release | Wisely Avoiding Disappointment or Potentially Missing Out?
This was the second book by Adam Silvera that I read - and following straight on from History Is All You Left Me, I quickly came to the conclusion that he enjoys the pain of his readers. I don't know what I thought I was getting from a book called They Both Die at the … Continue reading They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera | Profound and Heartbreaking