Top Ten Tuesday: Most Anticipated Horror Reads! (+a brief discussion on why I’ve left the book twitter sphere)

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature created by That Artsy Reader Girl (originally The Broke and the Bookish). For information on how to participate and the topics of each week, click the link! It's a freebie week for Top Ten Tuesday, and this time it's themed around genre. As is my brand, I'm listing ten horror reads I'm most anticipating. I'm mixing things …

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Series I Want to Finish in 2020

I am very much guilty of being a perpetual series starter. And if I'm not starting a series, I'm reading a standalone or a non-fiction book, which means the series I've already started isn't being finished. Therefore I am making it my mission to actually finish things in 2020. These are the series I want to finish, …

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Connie’s Personal 101 Guide for Personal Survival University

My draft title for this post was 'ADVICE FROM A TERRIBLE STUDENT WHO IS TRYING TO LEARN TO STOP BEING A SHITHEAD', which I think captures my general attitude as a student perfectly. Hello. If you've never been on my blog before, I'm Connie, 20 years old, a struggling English undergrad with a minor in …

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Poetry Review: Shame Is An Ocean I Swim Across by Mary Lambert

This review delves into some more personal feelings of mine regarding my own mental health and body image issues, so if that may be triggering, it may be best to skip this review! Shame Is An Ocean I Swim Across by Mary Lambert Feiwel & Friends, October 23rd 2018 Goodreads, Amazon, Wordery, Book Depository  Beautiful …

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DISCUSSION: My Reading at University, and How I Do It!

As I'm sure you may know if you've read previous posts I've done about University, I barely read during first year. I mostly watched film and TV, only really picking up the occasional course text or essay. My reluctance to read mostly came from exhaustion. I always felt too tired to look at the pages …

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