When I first made this blog, it was titled ‘Confessions of a Bibliophile.’ I titled it that because I wanted it to sound like Confessions of a Shopaholic or Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen which are both movies I love. However, I didn’t really confess…anything? At all. Ever. xD Though I have a new…… Continue reading Confessions of a Bibliophile
2016 has been such a quick year. I swear it was June just two days ago. Not a lot happened this year in my life but it was a big year in terms of academics and school. The next year will be even crazier because I have my 12th grade exams in March and then…… Continue reading 2017 Goals: Blogging, Reading, Personal
Who else has been resorted via the new and updated Pottermore? I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS, IT HAS MESSED UP MY BRAIN SEVERELY. The first time I took the Sorting Hat Quiz thing was when I was 12. Obviously, I’ve changed an awful lot in the past 4 years, so I thought it would be…… Continue reading Sorted?
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching. The season of love, chocolate, flowers and other general fluff. It also that time of year for valentine-less humans such as myself to sob. A few of my friends have elaborate, drawn out plans for the day (which I’m totally not jealous of :P), but they’re all completely mundane things!…… Continue reading Romance in YA
I have a question. One of my friends us very into Wattpad at the moment, she’s writing her own story (I’m editing it!). She has recommended a few books to me and a lot of them have one thing in common: they use “should of” a lot. I didn’t understand what that meant initially. It…… Continue reading “Should of ”
Fantasy is a genre that a lot of people adore. Maybe for an escape, for a look at how authors imaginary worlds or just to enjoy some good writing! I love fantasy, I have for as long as I can remember. It all started with Enid Blyton’s Faraway Tree Series, wonderful books those are! There’s…… Continue reading Fantasy
If you’ve been following my blog for a while, you’ll know that I read a lot of young adult contemporary. Contemporary novels are a lot easier to relate to than fantasy or horror or paranormal because they’re all set in the real world and contain completely human characters. It’s rare to read a contemporary book…… Continue reading Random Ramble: Contemporary Literature