Dewey wrap up

It’s that time again. Dewey 24 hour readathon is one of my favourite readathon’s. The interactions you have with others online and just reading as much as you can in those hours is surprisingly the most fun. This readathon happens three times a year with a reverse one that also happens in August usually.

Day 3- 12 favourite book I’ve read this year

I have, officially, as of today read 109 books. I have two more to get through, but I highly doubt they’ll knock off one of these. This is a new record for me. Four years ago I could only ever reach an end goal of 60. Then last year I some how pulled out aContinue reading “Day 3- 12 favourite book I’ve read this year”

Day 1- 12 days till Christmas tag

First things first. This tag was created by Lizzie loves books. To start of the 12 days till Christmas blog posts that will be coming your way. I thought this would be the best thing to do. Plus I’ve been feeling pretty unmotivated on every front. Joys of the summer heat kicking in.

Dewey Readathon spooky special book wrap up

Every October Dewey I try to keep all my books in a spooky theme. From shifters, scary, dark, paranormal. It doesn’t have to be full blown horror to work. Opening Survey 1) What fine part of the world are you reading from today?  Australia ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ2) Which book in your stack are you most looking forwardContinue reading “Dewey Readathon spooky special book wrap up”

๐ŸŽ‚ The Birthday Book Tag ๐ŸŽˆ

I am officially another year older, but not wiser. Here is a lovely booktag I’ve seen everywhere lately. 1 โ€“ BIRTHDAY CAKE โ€“ a book with a plot that seems cliche but you adore it anyway Guess I’ll go with the woke up as the chosen one plot. I’ve liked a couple books that haveContinue reading “๐ŸŽ‚ The Birthday Book Tag ๐ŸŽˆ”

The Spring Has Sprung Book Tag

It’s September, spring time has begun over here In Aus. And it’s my favourite season. All the beautiful wildflowers are out. The weather is all over the place haha. And my birthday is coming up.

The Royal Readathon Wrap up

1st to 31st August Gus Gus – A cheesy book. Hei Hei – A book with comedy in it. Two birds with one stone. (Also knocking off a prompt for another readathon. I finished this in one sitting on the 1st of August It was a fun quick read. (I say even though I spentContinue reading “The Royal Readathon Wrap up”

Top Ten Retellings

The top ten retellings I have read so far. If there is one thing I love the most it’s a good retelling of a much loved story. Down below is my personal top ten. If you have some recommendations please do comment and let me know. 10 Apparently this is a swamp thing retelling. ThisContinue reading “Top Ten Retellings”

Dewey reverse readathon

8am Saturday to 8am Sunday Today I started Dewey at 9:45 am. The whole goal and plan today is to take this readathon easy, mix self-care and reading. I want to finish one book and hopefully start another. Making the Merlin Readathon finish early. So the first book today is a reread of a bookContinue reading “Dewey reverse readathon”

Best books I read in July.

It’s hit that time again. I had a decent month of reading. Got out of my comfort zone and was pleasantly surprised. Found a new. Favourite book. Finished a beloved series and found a nice book of poetry. Next month I’m going to be participating in two Readathons. The Merlin Readathon and The Royal Readathon.Continue reading “Best books I read in July.”

Last minute 24 hour Readathon

It’s 10am on a cold wet Saturday. So what better way to spend it then to devour a few books. I’m going to write this as it happens. Enjoy ๐Ÿ˜Š The first book of the readathon is a book I’ve already been reading I’m currently 33% in and enjoying it so far. I finished readingContinue reading “Last minute 24 hour Readathon”

Bear Boy Review

Bear Boy by Justin Baker & Jane Goodall Out 22 of June 2021 Justin is a typical teenager, dodging school bullies and waging an endless war with his parents. But when he discovers Ursula and Brutus-two sibling black bears being kept in horrific conditions at a nearby zoo-his life begins to change. He finds aContinue reading “Bear Boy Review”