I've spotted a few people over on BookTube (aka book people on YouTube) doing the "Book's I'll (Probably) Never Read" tag, and I thought I'd give it a go. I don't know if you've noticed, but I'm trying to keep Friday book themed, either with reviews, tags, ramblings or anything else remotely book related. Let … Continue reading Just Not Interested
A selection of a few of my Instagram pics, for those who aren't following me or don't have Instagram (if you do have Instagram, the link to my account is above). I was thinking of making this a weekly feature on Saturday nights. What do you think?
I have a weird bookish pet peeve. It really annoys me that most German edition covers are beautiful works of art, whilst we're left with crappy covers over here in English land. Obviously, this is completely subjective, and there are many beautiful book covers in all languages, but this is just a trend I've noticed in my … Continue reading Book Envy
I've been thinking about starting up a bookstagram for a while now. I absolutely bloody love instagram. It's my favourite social media (I get bored on Facebook and I honestly just can't even with twitter), and I'm quite proud of my current instagram account. I just don't really feel like it's the right place for … Continue reading Expanding?
I was tagged to do this booktag by my friend over at Ríona O'Inabha to do this challenge on my instagram literally 20 days ago. Oops. Still, better late than never, right? You are technically supposed to respond on instagram, but I decided to do it here.There's more space here, anyway. 1. E-book or physical? Always physical. … Continue reading Rapid Fire Booktag
2016 was a year of many, many things. Brexit. Trump. My 22nd birthday. Moving to Scotland. Honours. 2016 was not, however, a year of creative writing. Not for me, anyway. I don't even know how long it's been since I posted something here, and to be honest I'm a little afraid to look. The academic … Continue reading Where Do We Go From Here
Well, it's now officially day 14 of NaNo, but I've finally had a plotting breakthrough! Huzzah! I worked out that essentially all of my problems could be solved by separated what was originally one plot-line/series-line into two related but chronologically separate plots. Sort of like a prequel and then a main series. Now, this change … Continue reading A NaNo Break-Through