August for me means the temperatures drop, the evenings get darker, and the food gets much more comforting.
Goodbye iced lattes, hello pumpkin spice. No more picnics in the park, but bring on the dinners together around the table with a fire (on Netflix.)
I adore comfort food, so this tag created by Book Break seems the perfect celebration of that.
Buying books is almost as much of a hobby as reading them is. Going out on a book buying spree is, admittedly, one of my favourite things to do on a Saturday afternoon.
I spotted this tag on Helene Jeppesen’s Book Tube channel. It seems like a good way to expose my bad habits and discuss my better ones.
If March was all about Irish authors, I wanted April to be all about advanced copies.
I spent a lot of the month cleaning out my Netgalley shelf and trying to raise my frankly abysmall feedback ratio.
It worked, until all the Netgalley requests came flooding in of course.
Whenever I see a new tag, I almost instantly join in. Róisín from Róisín’s Reading created a tag to go along with the Mid Year Freak Out Tag and the End of Year Book Tag.
It’s a good way to look back over the year that’s gone so far and check in with how your reading is going.
Ask any bookworm in your life and they’ll tell you the same thing – to travel anywhere without a bookmark is just sacrilege, and an insult to the tree who gave his life so you may read.