I discovered this tag through Falling Down The Book Hole’s recent Blogmas post. They tagged everyone that read the post, so I thought it’d be cool to give it a go! Rules: Answer all prompts. Answer honestly. Tag 1-12 people. Link back to this post. Remember to credit the creator. (Anthony @ Keep Reading Forward) … More Christmas Character Tag!
2018 has been one hell of a year for me – from starting medication to help my mental health and creating a bookstagram to starting this blog, starting university and opening a bookish business, it’s been hectic! Going in to 2019 I’d like to finally set myself some goals that I’d like to meet throughout … More My Goals For 2019… Will I stick to them?
In classic Steph fashion, I did not stick to last months TBR and ended up not reading much at all due to a reading slump I couldn’t seem to get out of. I’ve decided to start blogging with little reviews for each book I finish and actually start working through my never ending TBR to … More December TBR!
Disclaimer: I received this book in a subscription box I purchased. Nobody asked me to review it, and all opinions are my own. Girls of Paper and Fire – Natasha Ngan Rating: 4.5/5 Published: 6th November 2018 by Hodder & Stoughton Genre: YA Fantasy Recommended Age: 16+ (sexual assault, violence, death) Page Count: 336 Purchase: … More A Review – Girls of Paper and Fire by Natasha Ngan
Hello everyone! Today I’m here with my first ‘official’ blog post – an interview with the amazing Adelaide Thorne, author of the Whitewashed trilogy! Adelaide is so lovely, and was very excited about doing this interview with me, which I am incredibly grateful for. The interview was done via email and I’ll be posting the … More Author Interview – Adelaide Thorne
Wow. I never thought I’d actually start a blog – I always just assumed I’d be ‘that person’ that awkwardly reads other peoples blogs constantly without the guts to ever comment or write anything of my own. I suppose my first real post should be an introduction of myself and what this blog is about … More A Brief Introduction – The Bookish Rose