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Throwback faves: Wattpad Books

Hi guys, So recently I was thinking about Wattpad and all the highly questionable but somehow enjoyable books I would read and wow did it bring back a lot of memories. I know a lot of people were into Wattpad and some people might still be into reading on there so I thought it would… Continue reading Throwback faves: Wattpad Books

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Five of my favourite ‘books about books’!

Hey guys, Hope you're all doing well and staying safe! Today's post is a good old fashioned recommendation post, and all of these are some great reads which are book related in nature. Whether it features a bookshop, has books within the wider plot or has generally bookish vibes - this list has them all.… Continue reading Five of my favourite ‘books about books’!

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Monthly Wrap Up: July 2020

In July I took part in the Pop Culture Readathon, where the first round was inspired by 90's movies which I enjoyed so much. Not only were the prompts for the board I picked really fun - I read some books which I feel I might never have picked up otherwise, like Beartown by Fredrik… Continue reading Monthly Wrap Up: July 2020

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Monthly Wrap Up: May 2020

This month - or last month since I'm writing this in June - I prioritised reading books by Muslim authors due to Ramadan and I took part in my first readathon, which was the Ramadan Readathon run by Nadia aka Headscarves & Hardbacks. I really enjoyed taking part in the readathon and more consciously picking… Continue reading Monthly Wrap Up: May 2020

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Monthly Wrap Up: April 2020

April felt like the longest month in existence, but at the same time, it's already May when I'm writing this and it feels like time is all over the place right now. It's been another month of lockdown for the UK and other countries around the globe and Ramadan also began towards the end of… Continue reading Monthly Wrap Up: April 2020

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SARC Collaborates with Ramadan Readathon | Q&A to start this blessed month

It’s the first day of Ramadan Readathon and we’re exploring the theme of culture! We are so excited to be part of this South Asian Reading Challenge (co-hosted by Samia & Rumaanah) and Ramadan Readathon (created by Nadia) collaboration. Culture is multi-faceted and layered with identity, religion, ethnicity, and family experiences. The three of us… Continue reading SARC Collaborates with Ramadan Readathon | Q&A to start this blessed month

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Monthly Wrap Up: March 2020

This has been a slower reading month for me, and I mostly read ARCS but I did find some real gems which I'm so happy to have read and have been a bright spot in a pretty rough time. This past month has been such a strange and difficult one for so many people due… Continue reading Monthly Wrap Up: March 2020

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Monthly Wrap Up: February 2020

February has been a strange month for me, with a few surprising things in my personal life as well as being able to spend time with family and getting more proactive on the job front. It can be disheartening for sure to face rejection after rejection but I'm trying my best to have faith and… Continue reading Monthly Wrap Up: February 2020

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The Animals at Lockwood Manor by Jane Healey

A terrible secret lies buried at the heart of this house. August 1939. As the world goes to war, Hetty Cartwright arrives at Lockwood Manor, to take up her new post for the duration of the war, as safekeeper of the natural history museum’s most treasured animal collection, recently evacuated from London. Yet life at… Continue reading The Animals at Lockwood Manor by Jane Healey