FAIRYLOOT UNBOXING MARCH 2017

Each month I eagerly await the arrival of my FairyLoot month, and March was definitely no different! This month FairyLoot are celebrating their one year anniversary, so I was even more excited than usual to receive the box, and they really did not disappoint. It featured items that are a little different to the usual offering, which I really liked!…

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MY READING ROUTINE
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MY READING ROUTINE

Confession: I’m a little bit nosey. I love watching routine videos on YouTube; morning routines, planning routines, self care routines, allll of the routines. After watching and reading everybody else’s, I thought I’d finally write my own: my reading routine. Now I’m the kind of person who can usually read anywhere. I sometimes read in the car if I’m early…

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LAINI TAYLOR BOOK SIGNING: STRANGE THE DREAMER
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LAINI TAYLOR BOOK SIGNING: STRANGE THE DREAMER

First of all, please accept my apologies for the terrible quality photos in this post. But at the same time, I’m kind of not sorry because this was a totally awesome day! So last week I attended a very exciting book signing at Waterstones in Liverpool: Strange The Dreamer by Laini Taylor! Despite having read none of Laini’s books when…

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WHAT I READ THIS MONTH: MARCH 2017
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WHAT I READ THIS MONTH: MARCH 2017

 While I started 2017 off with two really great reading months, I slowed down a little in March, reading a total of three books. I’m happy with that though, considering that I handed in my dissertation this month too! *internally screams* The first book that I read in March was The Mime Order, the second book in The Bone Season series…

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MINI WATERSTONES BOOK HAUL
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MINI WATERSTONES BOOK HAUL

Back in February, for Valentine’s Day, my boyfriend bought me a Waterstones gift card. We’d agreed no presents (which I stuck to apart from a large bag of Magic Stars, oops), and I was feeling a bit emotional, and he just knows me so well that I let out a huge sob. Anyway, I thought I’d share the books that…

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