Today is my tour stop on TBR and Beyond Tours blog tour for The Keeper of Night by Kylie Lee Baker. I’m so excited to be a part of this tour; you can check out the schedule and view all the other hosts here. I’m also excited to be a part of the bookstagram tour and you can view my post here.
I think today’s post might just end up becoming one of my most favourite that I have made so far. The idea was completely random and came to me as I was scrolling through bookstagram, instead of finishing my assignments. I saw this one post where someone recommended books based on the letters of their name and I thought that would make for a fun blog post.
I’m finally posting my September wrap-up, 4 days into the month. September was an odd month for me. It was my birthday on the first , so I got to buy a lot of books. The first two weeks of the month were so much fun and I read quite a lot. But then right when the second week ended, I was hit with so much work and assignments in my grad school that I felt like I was going to drown.
This slowed down my reading and I didn’t even have time to write many blog posts. But some of the books I read this month were my absolute favorites and I am so excited to talk about them.
Thank you to TBR and Beyond Tours for having me on the blog tour for It All Comes Back to You by Farah Naz Rishi! Today is my stop on this tour and you can check out the schedule along with the other hosts here. Along with the blog tour, I am also a part of the bookstagram tour and you can check out my instagram post here.
Hi everyone! I hope you’re all doing well! A few days ago, I was nominated by Jayati @It’s Just A Coffee Addicted Bibliophile for my first ever book blog award, which I am super grateful for. I’m really looking forward to answering all the questions!
Lia @An Ode to Fiction also nominated me for the same award, which, again, I’m super thankful for. I’ll be answering her questions in a separate post ❤
Thank you to Turn The Page Tours for having me on the blog tour for To Bleed a Crystal Bloom by Sarah A. Parker! Today is my stop on the tour and you can view the schedule and all the other hosts here. I am also on the bookstagram tour for this book and my post can be found here.
There is also a giveaway going on with the blog and you can check it out below!
It is my birthday today which makes me all the more happy to share this post. I feel utterly honored to be on the blog tour for The Shaadi Set-Up by Lillie Vale. Thank you to Lonely Pages Book Tours for having me on this tour!
As I sit and write this post, it is August 31. In just a few hours, it will be my birthday and I’ll be turning 21. This is going to be my second birthday in the pandemic, and reaching such a milestone age feels pretty weird. I have a feeling that my birthday book haul is going to be a really big one and my book shelf is going to get a little bit cramped. But before I get too sappy here, let’s get back to my wrap-up.
August was a great month for me, reading-wise. I was done with my TBR in the first two weeks of the month itself and after that I just kept reading and reading and reading. I read a total of 24 books (!!). I don’t even know how I managed to read that much, but I guess the stress and the worry of starting grad school made me turn to books for comfort.
Hello and welcome to the second of my 21-themed posts. My birthday is coming up (on 1st September) and it’s a special milestone, so I’ll be doing a few posts based on the number 21. This time, it’s related to writing. I think all of us have heard of the 20 Questions Game. This is basically a spin on that, except all of these questions are related to writing.
Today’s post is going to be a special one. I’m going to be turning 21 on September 1st, which is pretty cool. It feels like such a grown up age and I don’t even feel grown up. But yeah, this is such a special milestone and I wanted to do a series of blog posts to celebrate. So, my next few posts will also be 21-themed. I’m super excited to share all these posts and I hope you enjoy this one.
This post is me going through my priority TBR and picking the books that I really want to read before the end of the year.