I feel like I say this in every wrap up post, but the last month has been both the longest one and also I can't believe another January has already come to an end. This time last year I was furloughed and this year I am exhausted from work - both have grateful moments but… Continue reading January 2022 Wrap Up
I decided to take a break from blogging to relieve pressure on myself with my reading and how I spent my evenings, but I'm slowly getting back into it and there's no better way to do that than a book tag! This is one I saw Peat @ Peat Long's Blog do a little while… Continue reading The A-Z Book Tag
I am slowly coming to terms with the fact that the year is almost over, and while I am excited for the potential of a new year and the psychological refreshment it usually brings, I feel a bit panicked at the idea I haven't done nearly enough this year. But I did just hit my… Continue reading The End of the Year Book Tag
To be honest, I couldn't wait for September to come to an end, which is probably why it felt very long, but in terms of reading I think it was quite a good month! But before I get into the reading, the reason I was excited for the end of September was a little holiday… Continue reading September Wrap Up
IMAGE CREDIT: pegasus image by Svetlana Alyuk on 123RF.com Hello fellow adventurers. I can't believe tomorrow is the last day of May, and thus Wyrd & Wonder has come to an end. I'm pretty sad about that, but I've loved this first experience of mine so so much and can't wait for the next one! I'm sure I'll write… Continue reading Wyrd & Wonder Prompt Catch-Up
Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted at That Artsy Reader Girl. Each week there is a new topic, and you compile ten books that fit the theme. You can find more information here. Okay, yes, technically this week's theme is 'Books I'd Gladly Throw into the Ocean', but I decided to twist it a little… Continue reading Top Ten Tuesday: Books that float?
" 'Give me your hat.'
They are not the sort of words that you expect to start a legend, but they were the first words he ever heard her say. She said them to him, of course."