This post is part of Six for Sunday, run by Steph from A Little but a Lot.
I think it’s really sweet when you have a bookish association. I do it in a way with travelling – every new city I visit, I bring home a new book. When I read it, I can remember my time in the city and how much fun I had there.
This time, it’s different. I asked some of my closest friends (and the general Twitterverse) what books came to mind when they thought of me. Unsurprisingly, every single person said the same book.
This post is part of Six for Sunday, run by Steph from A Little But a Lot.
I think autumn is the best season to go out for a stroll. The weather is perfect – it’s not so hot you’re sweating your way through the walk, but it’s not so cold you can’t feel your toes when you come home. It’s also a great thing to do before sitting in a warm café with a delicious hot drink in front of you.
After your walk, you’ve for sure earned some time to curl up with your book. If there’s a fire you can sit beside, even better. These books are perfect for keeping that autumn stroll feel going.
St Patrick’s Day has just been and gone, and it’s made me feel very patriotic. It’s the perfect time to take the Reading My Country Tag and chat a little about the Emerald Isle. This tag originally was created by Booktuber Cook Read Create, but I’ve decided to take it as a written exam and spare you the horror of my voice.
This post is part of Six for Sunday, run by Steph from A Little But a Lot
How many of us have a bookish boyfriend or girlfriend? The character you wish you could reach into the pages, pull out, and take to Pizza Hut? I think we’ve all got that special someone in there who ignited our love of reading in a slightly different way.
As usual, Steph has only given us six slots to fill. It isn’t enough, as ever, but I’ve done my best. There are so many more I could have fit in. Have I included any of your heart throbs?
This post is part of Six for Sunday run by Steph from A Little But a Lot.
I’m going to say it. My reading has really come long way since I was a teenager. I’m onluy in my mid 20s, but there are so many books I wish had been available when Iwas younger. If I had a time machine that helped me go back and visit teenage Aoife, there are more than a couple of books I’d bring her.