Blogtober // Angharad’s October Wrap-up

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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”

Favourite Books in My Collection | Part I

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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”

International Women’s Day 2019 // Favourite Fictional Females

It’s that time of year again! Becky and I always make sure to post on this day and this year, we have decided to share some of our favourite female characters in books and games.

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| Lara Croft,
Tomb Raider |

If you talk to me for longer than ten minutes, then I will probably bring Lara Croft up at least once. I grew up with this character and she really changed the game (har har) for female characters in video games. The Tomb Raider games have always focussed around Lara and her abilities, rather than introducing love interests and having other people save the day. She’s flawed but she’s excellent and there’s a reason she’s still as popular today as she was 20 years ago.

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The Grisha Edition by Illumicrate

grisha1.jpgSo when Illumicrate announced their special Grisha Edition box to coincide with the release of The Language of Thorns, I told myself I didn’t need it. When there were only a few boxes left, I told myself that if I bought it, I’d end up with three copies of TLOT – the signed edition I’d preordered months ago from Waterstones, and the Fairyloot exclusive edition. The boxes sold out, and I saw everyone else’s unboxings. “Yeah, the items are amazing, but oh well, it’s too late now” I said. That’s when Illumicrate added extra boxes to their store – and of course, I ordered one without hesitation.
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