Challenge criteria: A book about books or reading.
(Disclaimer: I was sent this book by the publishers, Simon and Schuster, in exchange for an honest review. This has not affected my opinion of the book, nor the outcome of this review.)
Meet Bridget, a successful travel journalist with ambitions to turn her quirky relationship blog into a novel.
Pottermore has opened its bookshelves to us, and we’re about to be blessed with a Harry Potter book club. Yes you did read that right.
In June, the Wizarding World Book Club will come to us to celebrate 20 years of Harry Potter (sorry what). We can finally feel like we’re reading in the Great Hall, or the Common Rooms, or the Library.
With my book ban ending on the 16th I was free to spend as much money as I wanted on as many books as my heart desired. Considering how money is a little tight at the moment, maybe I should ease back a little anyway.
Big ups once again to Kelly for tagging me. If you’re not already familiar with her blog, A) what have you been doing with yourself, and B) get that sorted out pronto.
I am a very lapsed Catholic, in the way that I am genuinely surprised I don’t spontaneously combust when I attend my annual Christmas service. This year though, in an effort to save some dough I decided to not buy any books for the duration of Lent. Six weeks with no book buying. It wasn’t going to come easy.