I know that I have already done an anticipated reads for 2021 list but there are always more so I hope to delight you, this fine Sunday morning, with even more books to add to your TBR.
I like the topics that we have this month for #SixForSunday, but I am honestly wracking my brain for good answers. I hope you like whatever I put in the end.
I've had so much fun with the #S4S posts that we've been doing each month. Scouring my shelves at trying to decide whether a book is more summery or spring-y (is that a word? What is the word to describe how like spring something is?)
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.
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 hope your week went well. Does anyone else realise that this is my last #S4S for July? This month has gone by so quickly. I am definitely counting down the days till by birthday.
Another Sunday, another week been and gone.
How was your week? I hope it went well.
Another Sunday, another week over. I hope you are all keeping well. This week we're talking all about tropes I hate … this will be hard
I'm going to be honest with you. When I started blogging just over 18 months ago I had no idea about tropes. Now I'm still no expert but I know what I like and what I don't.
With #S4S we are celebrating Pride by having a LGBT post every week. This week I am talking about my favourite LGBT characters.