So. It’s 1am and I have been staring at my ceiling for the past twenty minutes trying to think of some blog posts I can write in November. I have just finished a reread of a favourite series of mine (will be mentioned below) and I thought to myself. Hey, you know what I love in books? The found family trope. And that is how this post began and hopefully, it will become a thing most Thursdays with different topics/tropes etc. So without further ado, here are some of my favourite books with the found family trope.
When we talk about found family, we mean people who are not blood family, but who a person forges deep and meaningful bonds with based on things like shared values, mutual care and support, understanding, unconditional love, and positive regard.
Continue reading “Top 5 Thursday // Found Family Trope”
So November appears to be a big month in the publishing world, especially November 5th as you will soon see, so I thought I’d put together a small list of some books being released this month. Of course, these aren’t all of them but these are the ones that I’ve either been anticipating or have caught my eye recently. I hope you find something that captures your attention! Continue reading “November Releases // 2019”
Although my plans for reads this month were originally supposed to be horror based, I then remembered I’m the biggest mood reader so that swiftly went downhill. However, I did read some creepy books this month and I may carry it on into November (which is also my birth month woop!) So here is what I read this month – Continue reading “Blogtober // Angharad’s October Wrap-up”
So for today, I am going to be sharing with you some Halloween/autumn inspired creations I have found by some amazingly talented people! I think we should all aim to support independent creators over popular shops and these are some of the favourites I have found so go and show them some support! Continue reading “Blogtober // Creepy Creations”
This week from the 20th to the 26th of October, we are celebrating Ace Awareness Week which is a week dedicated for all those who identify as asexual, aromantic, demisexual, aroace and so on to come together, support each other, help each other and also spread awareness. Being demisexual myself, I knew I had to post this week and I have chosen some books with asexual and aspec characters in! I won’t be giving full descriptions of the books but rather that identities are represented in each!
Continue reading “Book Recommendations // #AceAwarenessWeek”
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!”