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I’M BAAAAACK and with a general life update

It feels like forever since I sat down and spoke to you guys! Yes, I’m still alive. But I have been manic busy though, both in my personal and in my work life. I am currently studying towards professional qualifications and have just done my first exam. I know, who books an examination date this close to the holidays? It’s sad because I had so many plans for November and December, one of them being NaNoWriMo but that one took […]

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Our YALC 2017 trip

This is a little bit belated seeing as our YALC 2017 trip ended nearly two weeks ago, but I had a killer cold and there’s been so much happening I haven’t had time to focus on my blog. It’s been one of those weeks. Anyway, I wanted to reminisce about all the wonderful things that happened on one of the best weeks of my life. Wednesday 26th July My journey started a day earlier than it should have so that […]

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Book Blog Goals for 2017 | Blogmas Day 24

I am immensely proud of my book blog and I cannot wait for the next year to expand on my content and followers. I have some major plans for writing content next year and some pretty intense goals as well. So on with the post. Goals Use Twitter at least twice a day – promotion doesn’t count. I love twitter. I love connecting and talking to other readers and not even just about books the political discussions are pretty intense […]

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How I Became Mad and Started a Book Blog

Why would anyone start a book blog? You spend nights awake haunted by everything you have to do or forgot to do. As Cait @PaperFury says you need to grow at least eight arms to keep up with all the social media alone, let alone writing content and reading enough to make a decent amount of reviews. It’s stressful and basically a full time job without the monetary benefits. So I ask again: Why would anyone want to start a […]

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What I want from this blog…

I am a 22 year old. I work full time. I’m trying to write a novel but I read like it’s going out of fashion. I blog because I want to share my experiences. I want to have somewhere to come to and be among people who are doing and enjoying the same things. Working full time means that my time is usually not my own, and although it would make sense to make a schedule blog posts and try […]

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