The Books I Really Want To Read In 2017

2017, it’s a new year, and a new chance to read the books all the books I’ve wanted to read, but never got round to in 2016, or the years before. It will happen this year though, it will. So, if you’re interested, here are the books that I think look wonderful and so are going…

A Book For…

A Book For… Unwinding and Relaxing Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, illustrated edition A Book For… Staying Awake The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins A Book For… Falling Asleep A Room With A View, EM Forster A Book For… Learning Something About Yourself Jane Eyre, Charlotte Bronte A Book For… Feeling Comfy and Homely I Capture…

She Made A World From The Pages Of Her Books

She was seven years old, dodging puddles on the walk home, hopping over the cracks in the pavement, rushing to get away from school. She wanted to get away from the classes, and the nosy and the strict teachers, get away from all the other boys and girls. She wanted to go home, go in…

Reading Recommendations For November

November is here- it’s now finally socially acceptable to think about Christmas (at least I hope so!), the days are darker, and its the time to light the candles and have the fairy lights on while drinking a cup of hot chocolate. And many of these things mean that November is a cosy stay at…

Finding Friends Within Books

Being a Literature student, I spend a lot of time alone. Most of it is sitting alone, hunched over a book in the library, or curled up on my bed with a cup of camomile tea, again with books. I’ve never been somebody to have many friends. I would spend a whole summer only talking…

Literary Stationary!!

Hello! I am sorry I have not posted in SO long! I have been busy doing work experience at a Newspaper, that blog post will be coming sometime soon! Today though, it is all about stationary! And not just stationary – but – *whispers* literary stationary! With the new school year already having started for…

So many mixed thoughts about this book…

A Review of The Graces by Laure Eve. It’s officially released tomorrow, September 1st, so I thought today is a good day to talk about this book. I think the main thing about this book was that it needed more time when being written. Because it could have been amazing. It had the potential. It’s…

Who was Anne Bronte? Thoughts on Agnes Grey.

I have been interested in the Bronte sisters since I first read Charlotte’s Jane Eyre, and fell in love with it. Ever since I have found those three quiet sisters living on the moors as fascinating as a fairy tale. It wasn’t long before I delved into Wuthering Heights. But for some reason it took…

Making A Poem From Taylor Swift Lyrics

There is something about Taylor Swift’s lyrics that make me always have them in my head, every day. When i’m working, cleaning, or just bored, they are going round in my head, particularly the lyrics of my favourite song, All Too Well. There’s something about the lyrics of the Red era that stay with me…

Illumicrate’s August Book Box!!

Hello!! Today’s post is all about book subscription boxes! My first box that I ordered was Illumicrate, and I am so excited to share with you all what my box contained! The day it arrived was Tuesday 9th August and I was so excited and happy on that day, constantly refreshing my tracking page to…

Dreaming In Theatre – Shakespeare

One of my favourite plays by Shakespeare has to be A Midsummer Night’s Dream. I must admit, I am new to this play, having only seen it for the first time at The Globe Theatre in May. But something I love from it is how differently it can be portrayed. The first time I saw…