I had a lot of fun last week doing the colour themed covers for #S4S. In fact, I have almost all the covers planned out for the rest of the month. I've been scouring my extensive collection of books trying to find just the right covers for each week.
A new month has been and gone and I'm back to talk about all the books I didn't haul last month. I put a bit of a halt on book buying last month, mostly because I I have splurged a bit on a few illumicrate boxes.
I was really grateful to get tagged this week I was trying to find out which of my back catalogue I was going to do this week. But then I was tagged in this and I thought it was prefect. I don't normally do reading challenges but this is just right up my street.
I've been saying for quite a while now that I wanted to get into reading more graphic novels and I finally made good on it. Here is my review of Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me.
Hi all! My name is Chiara and I am a Bookworm. How are you? I am probably a day late in talking about this book but I have been waiting for it for near on ten years ... so we are going to talk about it. Before I dive in, let me just remind you… Continue reading Can’t Wait Wednesday: Midnight Sun by Stephenie Meyer
I think most of you all know by now that it was my birthday on Friday. Did you not? Oh, sorry, well, it was.
I know you didn't expect to hear from me again today, I didn't expect to be back with you today but I have to start by apologising to Rachel and Kathleen that this didn't go up yesterday.
When I looked at this month's topics for S4S I wondered what could be meant by the topic titles, but then I just presumed that it was vague because it was open to interpretation.
I had something a little longer planned today but currently I am in to Hamilton and I am watch the film once again as I am writing this.
I'm so excited to share with you this review of a brilliant new book that I recommend you all read.
I should start by thanking Emma at damppebbles blog tours and Beth Duke for a review copy of this book. I have thoroughly enjoyed every moment with this book.