So it has actually been over a year since I last treated myself to a Fairyloot box but when I saw the September theme was Witch related, I just had to get it. I can safely say that Fairyloot have improved so much over the past few months and I love every item this box included. Of course, there are spoilers below so quickly depart if you haven’t received your box yet! Continue reading “Unboxing // Fairyloot’s September ‘Witches Be Crazy’ Box”
It’s time for another edition of ‘I don’t know what to post and I’m in a slump so here’s a book tag!’ Ok, but in my defence, the lovely Layla recently created this tag and it’s just so good that I knew we had to take part! It has also inspired us to try out creating our own tag so keep an eye out for that! Fan art credits will be linked at the end of the post! So without further ado, here’s our answers – Continue reading “THE OSEMAN VERSE BOOK TAG!”
Is it just me or did August fly by? It’s scary how quickly this year is going however, that does mean we’re going into my favourite time and season of the year! I’m so excited for it all to get cosy again so I can stop living in a constant ball of sweat. Lovely imagery, I know. Ok, so this month I managed to read 12 books. Not as many as last month but I’m still happy. It would have been thirteen but I did DNF one book this month which is actually rare for me but something I need to start doing more often. So here’s what I read in the month of August! – Continue reading “Angharad’s August 2019 Wrap Up”
So I’ve been having a near-enough breakdown over the past few weeks over my book collection. I am running out of room even though I have bookshelves in pretty much every room of my house, I don’t know how to organise them plus I’m still adding to my collection. However, whilst sorting out my books, I’ve found a few that I realise I treasure for various reasons and I thought I’d share them here. These are books that I have read and loved (minus one, bear with me) and decided to pick up a ‘special’ edition of. Continue reading “Favourite Books in My Collection | Part I”
So recently on Twitter we’ve seen a lot of people asking questions about co-blogging or looking into finding a co-blogger. Since it seems to be a popular topic at the moment, we thought we’d do a little FAQ on the topic. We’re not experts but we have both been blogging here together for a few years now, so we think we can definitely give you an insight into it! If you have anymore questions we don’t cover, feel free to ask in the comments.
Continue reading “Co-Owning a Book Blog”
For me, graphic novels is a new genre I’m venturing into. I always feared that the story wouldn’t be able to come across as well with art as it does with novels but I have been proven wrong a lot lately. Although I didn’t love Mooncakes as much as everybody else, I’m still excited that books like this are being brought into the world as graphic novels about queer witches and werewolves definitely wasn’t common when I was younger.
This is a tag hosted by Taking on a World of Words and is one I used to do a lot so I thought I’d bring it back this week! The rules are to simply answer three questions about your current books and to keep a little tab on what you’re reading next. As I’m currently taking part in my N.E.W.T’s and have an exciting little TBR next month, I’m excited to do some more of these.