Event, General bookish fun, Wrap-up

Wrap-Up: January Highlights


I kicked off the year by reading so many incredible books! I’m flying through my TBR, I have no idea who this new Nicola is but I love it! Reading is a huge part of my life, so when I stopped enjoying something I usually love I felt a little lost. I also attended a couple of events, which was awesome! I hope you all had a wonderful month too.

Happy reading!


wp-1579901777484.jpgAn Evening with Christopher Eccleston:

I couldn’t believe it when my sister gave me a ticket to meet Christopher Eccleston, Doctor Who shaped my teen years and listening to him talk was a privilege I won’t ever forget. After the talk/reading and Q&A we had the chance to meet him and get our copies of I Love the Bones of You signed. More photos can be found on my Instagram if you fancy a look.

wp-1580415447223.jpgHQ Blogger Showcase:

I love going to HQ blogger events, there’s amazing food, bookish people and author’s who are always happy to chat. I also got to hang out with one of my favourite bookish people, I had no idea they were going so it was an awesome surprise! I also picked up some books that sound brilliant, I’ll talk more about them in a book haul.

What I’ve read:

wp-1579284750754.jpgInfinity Son by Adam Silvera – Rating – ★★★★★

Wranglestone by Darran Charlton: Rating – ★★★★★

The Queen of Nothing by Holly Black: Rating – ★★★★★

The Collectors by Philip Pullman: Rating – ★★★★

Havenfall by Sara Holland: Rating – ★★★★★

Unpregnant by Jenni Hendriks and Ted Caplan: Rating – ★★★★

Grief Angels by David Owen: Rating – there aren’t enough stars to date this book

Currently Reading:

I Love the Bones of You by Christopher Eccleston


Recent posts:

Infinity Son by Adam Silvera

Predicting Five Star Reads

Unpregnant by Jenni Hendriks and Ted Caplan

Six For Sunday

Mini Review: The Queen of Nothing by Holly Black


Coming up:

Wranglestone blog tour

Wranglestone review

Oliver Doliver’s Dinosaur Comes to Stay blog tour

How was your January? Did you read any good books? Let me know in the comments!

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