May is the start of summer in Ireland, so it felt appropriate to welcome it with a super sunny book tag. This tag was created by Miss Kaelyn on Book Tube. Time to slap on some suncream and head for the beach (virtually. With this tag. Probably the only way to see the beach this year, right?)Continue reading
In the last few years I’ve finished more books year on year than I have before. So, it’s probably time to think about what happens when I add another book to the finished pile.
I found this tag on Stephen Writes, who is a fantastic blogger and someone I’ve chatted with on Twitter several times.Continue reading
March is the one month of the year where we celebrate everything Ireland. So, I’ve taken this opportunity to create a book celebrating everything Ireland.
This tag celebrates everything bookish we love about Ireland. It’s all about where we’re from and what we love. This tag is perfect not just for people born in Ireland, but also with Irish ancestry.Continue reading
In 2020 I discovered a book genre that became a firm favourite – romance. I had read it before, of course, but last year I read so many more books from the genre than ever before.
Most of the books I loved last year were romances, so I guess I’m a romance reader now. I have started to drift away from YA a little – I still enjoy it, but I did find I wasn’t reaching for it as much.
So, now I have a brand new genre to explore, it’s time to find out some more about my reading tastes when it comes to love. Perhaps some of these will influence my tastes? I spotted this tag on Girl Plus Books, hopefully it’ll help me discover more about my love of love.Continue reading
I feel like this year, above all other years, is the one we’re glad to see the turn of. I’m already glad to see 2021 here, and I’m already having a slightly better time than the whole of 2020.
So, let’s start the year on a high. If nothing else, at least we did that. I saw this tag on The Bookworm of Notre Dame and thought it a great way to mark the new year.Continue reading