It has been a while since I did my last Top Ten Tuesday and I know that I am not posting a lot at the moment, but I saw this week's topic and had to have a go.
2021 sounds so far away but there is only 3 and half months left of reading. That isn't much time and I have been buying books all year and I have a lot that I still need to read.
There is a lot of advice I would give to my younger self and quite a few books I would thrust upon her and say "read them now!"
What a topic that Jana has chose for us this week?!
'Books that make me hungry' Was anyone else stumped by this topic when they first read it? Please say it wasn't just me?!
Hi all! My name is Chiara and I am a Bookworm. It's Tuesday again, bookworms and it is time for another Top Ten Tuesday. Before I dive in with this week's topic let me tell you a bit about Top Ten Tuesday. Top Ten Tuesday, in case you didn't know is a a weekly book… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Questions I Would Ask My Favourite Authors
I am posting this incredibly late. I was meant to write this over the weekend so I would be organised for this week but I ended up working an extra small shift on Sunday and missed a day where I could sit down and write blog posts. I worked all day yesterday (and had a panic attack at work) and today I am off.
This week's topic is Books I've Loved but never reviewed, which given how many books I have read in my entire life time vs how long I have been reviewing books and running my blog, there are a lot of books that I haven't reviewed.
What a coincidence that the week we started doing colour themed covers in #SixForSunday we do colours in Top Ten Tuesday. We're they working together behind our backs?
When I see Freebie on the list of topics on Jana's website there are exactly two things happen. Absolute happiness because I get to be really creative with the topic, followed by a lot of soul searching as I try to find the perfect topic to share with you all.
When I saw what Jana had got planned for us today I panicked. There are exactly two festivals I knew of before I started researching for this post. YALC and Hay Festival.
I've now heard of so many they are hard to keep straight in my head.