Classicsathon August 2018

Yesterday I watched a video by Lucythereader introducing her Classicsathon readathon for the month of August. As you may already know, I'm participating in the Booktubeathon until August 5th, but after that I still have 4 weeks of holiday which means 4 weeks to read some classics! I've picked out 4 classics I'd like to… Continue reading Classicsathon August 2018

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Booktubeathon 2018 Daily Blog #4

Good morning day 4! Yesterday I didn't read much, but today I have no plans so I'll be doing the sprints, finishing book 2, watching my movie adaptation and hopefully starting and finishing book 3 🙂 I'll check in after the first sprints at 10.00am BST! 16.27: Woops! So I didn't check in! I read,… Continue reading Booktubeathon 2018 Daily Blog #4

Booktubeathon 2018 Daily Blog #1

Good morning book world! Today is the first day of Booktubeathon 2018 and I've decided to blog my entire experience. This year I'll be going full-throttle - I'm off work, have few other plans and have even managed the inner workings of Twitter so that I can take part in reading sprints! While I haven't… Continue reading Booktubeathon 2018 Daily Blog #1

Book review: The Song of Achilles by Madeleine Miller

Genre: fiction, historical, myth retelling Published by Bloomsbury 2011 352 pages Winner of The Orange Prize for Fiction 2012 Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Greece in the Age of Heroes. The Song of Achilles is Madeleine Miller's retelling of Homer's The Illiad, following the rise and fall of legendary warrior Achilles and his companion Patroclus. The story arc,… Continue reading Book review: The Song of Achilles by Madeleine Miller

Booktubeathon TBR

I've been off the blog for a while but I think that booktubeathon is the perfect opportunity to get back into it. I've also been dabbling in YouTube videos but I don't have a great camera or place for filming so I decided to stick to the blog for the time being. I did film… Continue reading Booktubeathon TBR

Slow down Sunday

Recently I discovered (after finally clicking on a Facebook ad) a website called dailyom.com and an online course called A Year to Simplify your Life. It is a paid course but with a difference, it asks you to pay what you can afford/think is a fair price. Considering the financial year I've had so far… Continue reading Slow down Sunday

Weekend blog!

I'm starting this weekend blog as I said I would last week, on Saturday morning, with the intention of writing little and often. The weather for this weekend is not supposed to be as good as last week so there will be less gardening and hopefully a bit more reading... My only definite plan is… Continue reading Weekend blog!