Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly blog theme started by The Broke and the Bookish. This week it is anything to do with summer! It’s not summer where I am at the moment (Australia) but it will be summer when I return back to the UK in August.
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly blog theme started by The Broke and the Bookish. This week it is Mother’s Day related so anything to do with mothers. Mother’s Day in the UK was months ago but I thought it would be fun to do this anyway!
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly blog theme started by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s theme is top ten things on my reading wishlist, which is basically what I want to see more of in books. Tropes, time periods, settings, issues etc.
This is a blog meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. The theme this week is ‘covers’ so I decided to do five of my most favourite covers and five of my least favourite. Now I’ll be going through my Goodreads list here so I’ll probably miss some but oh well.
For me, a good cover is one which makes me pick up the book but it’s also one that makes me want to purchase a physical copy of the book after reading it on my Kindle. A bad cover puts me off reading the book at all.
(all covers link to Goodreads)
And the flip side! This is a blog meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. Last week the theme was Top Ten Things That Instantly Make Me Want To Read A Book and so this post is now focused on the opposite. I already talked a little bit about this last week but now I’m going to go in depth.
A weekly book meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. A different bookish topic every week and this week it is Top Ten Things That Will Make Me Instantly Want To Read A Book.
This is such a good topic because it varies so much between people. Some people when they hear ‘coming of age’ or ‘road trip’ or ‘love triangle’ to describe a book will instantly go to pick it up. I would put it straight back on the shelf and back away slowly, unless highly recommended (like Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell). Likewise, there are certain people where if they recommended a romance, I would never, ever pick up that book (people who think 50 Shades of Grey is a well-written, non-creepy romance for example).
Without further ado, my top ten!
This is a blog meme started by The Broke and the Bookish. I haven’t done this for a couple of weeks, partly because it slipped my mind and partly because I wasn’t interested in the topics at the time. But it’s back and I’ve finally got the time to do it (by hiding myself in the library but still).
This week’s topic is Top Ten Most Unique Books I Have Ever Read. Now this list was reasonably easy… some came to mind instantly, while others took a little while.