“Canonical writing is born of an originality fused with tradition.”
– Harold Bloom
At long last – but seemingly all too soon – I’ve reached the end of my first year at university. A long summer awaits, and so it’s time to bid farewell to the reading list of first year and anticipate the list for next year. But before doing so, the favourites of the bunch await their highlight.
Continue reading Favourite university reads | What a mix of eras
Hi guys! How are you all doing? I hope all of you that celebrate Christmas had a wonderful time these past few days ❤
Today’s post is coming to you a bit later in the day than usual. With the festivities and general busyness of the season, I didn’t have time to write and schedule the post beforehand like usual.
And let’s face it, it’s taking me longer to get back into the swing of things after taking a break.
But today, I’m bringing you my favourite books of 2016. The ones I READ in 2016, not necessarily published in 2016. Now, when I came to look through my Goodreads challenge to choose my favourites out, I was originally planning on picking out 16 for 2016. BUT…then I realised that this year, I’ve actually been quite stingy with my 5 star ratings, and there’s not that many I wanted to mention. However, I did rate a fair few books a 4.5/5 stars, and some of those are really close to being all-time favourites (and are definitely favourites for this year) so I’ve included those too, and managed to get 10.
So let’s talk about my favourite books of 2016!
Continue reading Favourite books of 2016 | That awkward moment where I realise I’ve been reluctant with the 5 stars
With me always scheduling blog posts beforehand, this one is a bit odd because the thing that inspired it was the book review coming on Friday, which you’ve obviously not seen yet.
But, the topic is all about how we rate our favourite books. Because really…
Can we rate our favourite books 5/5 stars if we find a problem in them?
Continue reading Let’s Talk: Can you rate a favourite book 5/5 stars if you find a problem with it?