I was nominated for this award ages ago by Sydney over at Sydney’s Shelves. I am super excited to do this tag, especially because it is easy and I am currently in the grip of nanowrimo!!
The top ten tuesday topic for this week is books you want your future kids to read. This is an amazing topic, the only problem is that there are way more than ten?? Even if I don’t have kids of my own these are the books I will need nieces / nephews / friend’s kids to read.
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish This is a really interesting topic because it says you can pick what you think they would be a good leader of, it can be anything from a country to a bookclub.
October has gone past crazily fast, and I’ve done a lot less reading than I planned. Now it’s time to look back on the craziness and see what’s been going on. Also can I just say that I love writing wrap ups? They help me realise how quickly time is passing.
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly bookish meme hosted by The Broke and The Bookish. This week’s top ten tuesday topic is books with unique titles. I love this topic, it’s so unique and I found it really interesting to comb through my goodreads and try to find books with amazing titles.
A little while ago I posted reasons I still read dystopian novels. To go along with that post I planned to recommend a few that I enjoyed, however my list got so long that I decided to make it a completely separate post. This is that post, but to make it a bit more interesting I thought I would look at the categories that my recommendations fit into.
Dystopian novels were really big a few years ago (around the time of The Hunger Games), but they seem to have gone out of fashion recently. I’m guessing it’s because the genre got over saturated with too many books, most of which were pretty tropey. There was definitely a formula for how dystopian novels would go which got old pretty quickly. You know the typical…