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.
We all have our favourite authors. The author that you rush you your local bookstore for at 9 am when a new book comes out. Or you even pre-order it months in advance. We all have that author. What are those author's whose books you have read some many times?
Here are mine!
Can you believe that we're already half way through 2020? These are the books I'm looking forward to in the rest of 2020.
I want to start today by wishing Top Ten Tuesday a Happy Birthday! Over the last ten years Jana and all the members of The Broke and the Bookish have kept this book meme going strong and it is the best part of my week.
I don't do TBRs. I am a mood reader so I'm going to do a have-to-read list and a want-to-read list.
It's the first Tuesday of June, so today I'm going to be focusing on summer romances. I've been reading A LOT of romances recently and I want to share some of these with you and they fit so perfectly into this Top Ten Tuesday topic.
Here are some of my favourite opening lines? Are any of your favourites on the list?
It is Tuesday again, if you haven't noticed already, and that means one thing. Top Ten Tuesday. This week's topic is the last ten books I abandoned
I am reasonably sure this blog is the only thing keeping me sane at this point. For the most part I am handling everything well, but sitting down at my computer everyday and writing to all you bookworms out there is keeping me sane. It gives me something to do more than anything and sharing my reading, or lack of reading as the case maybe some days, is brilliant.
My thanks goes out to you wonderful readers.