So, NaNoWriMo starts tomorrow! In fact, as I’m writing this many countries in the world are starting the challenge, and the UK is only a few hours away from November 1st. Hoorah! Isn’t it exciting?! Despite it not being midnight yet, I know that this year will be the first that I won’t have done… Continue reading Simple NaNoWriMo Bullet Journal Spread (NaNoWriMo 2016)
Finished 15/10/2016 HarperCollins Children’s (2008) (first published 1971) | 246 pages 3/5 stars Technically, I’m a few years late with reading this. At university I took a children’s literature module where this was one of the key texts, and each of us were divided into groups and made to do a presentation of a… Continue reading Review: When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit by Judith Kerr
I hit my 2016 reading target with two months to spare! 12 books in 2016 – quite a small target, really, but I’m so pleased I managed it. I’ve now officially read the most books in a year that I have for the past few years. For 2017 I’ll definitely set a higher goal, and… Continue reading 2016 Reading Goal Completed! – New Challenge?
Finished 28/09/2016 Sphere (2014) (first published 2013) | 550 pages 5/5 stars It’s no secret: I judge books by their authors. When I found out about this “debut” from mysterious (note: not mysterious) author Robert Galbraith, I truly believed I’d find so much fault with this book that I’d never want to read it again.… Continue reading Review: The Cuckoo’s Calling by Robert Galbraith
October 1st hit on Saturday, and the website was finally refreshed. Everyone’s buzzing – novels are being thought up, characters are being talked to. NaNoWriMo begins in less than a month. Last year, at this point I wasn’t really feeling it. I remember writing a blog post about how I didn’t really want to participate… Continue reading It’s Beginning… (NaNoWriMo 2016)