My reading challenge this year is to read 52 books, as well as follow a couple of challenges (Popsugar, Book Riot). I picked a lot of YA this month from my physical not read pile, as last month I read quite a few mentally heavy books. This month is also O.W.L.S month, which is very exciting, as it is my first year taking part.
Welcome to Rapid Review, where I will be reviewing books I read in 50 words or less! Today I review The ocean at the end of the lane by Neil Gaiman.
I have been having a crisis of who I am recently. I started this blog to share the books I was reading, and to chat with other lovers of books.
Wrap-Up of February's books and my ratings.
My reading challenge this year is to read 52 books, and I am currently doing really well (follow along on Goodreads)! Here is my overly ambitious TBR for March.
Books I read in January at a glance and my stats, and my thoughts.
My reading challenge this year is to read 52 books and am using the PopSugar Reading Challenge to help with prompts. Here are my TBR for February.
This year I have decided to combine my love of reading and bullet journals. I have created my own Book Journal and am going to share a few snapshots of it today!
Have you ever come across the PopSugar Reading Challenge? I came across it the first week on January and thought I would give it a go. PopSugar give you 50 prompts, which you can interpret as you wish. The idea is just to get you reading more, and out of your comfort zone.
Anyone who knows me knows I love a Horror film; the good, the bad and the ugly! I love cheesy horror, scary horror, physiological horror, and anything in-between (except torture porn, get away from me right now!). Whilst I never get to go to the cinema and usually actually watch films on demand a year later 😦 (#mumlife). I still get SUPER excited about seeing them regardless. Please tell me I'm not the only one who does this? In no particular order, here are my most anticipated horror films of 2020.