Reviewing the Books My Friends Made Me Read (Pt. 2)

At the end of April, I asked six of my friends and family members to pick a book they thought I should read and would really enjoy, and last month I set to reading all six of them. I had tons of fun with this little project and I read a bunch of books I […]

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Let’s Educate Ourselves: 10 Books By Black Authors

It’s time to step up and do the work to eradicate racism. That’s an abrupt start to a blog post, but it’s also the truth and one that we shouldn’t ignore any longer. Over the past week, protests have erupted all over the world in response to the murder of George Floyd, and it doesn’t […]

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My Bullet Journal Set Up for June

I’ve never made a video or a blog post about bullet journaling before, but I┬áhave been thinking about doing so for quite some time now. I love bullet journaling – it gives me a way to be creative while also helping me to keep track of things and capture memories. I don’t always go for […]

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Recipe: Apple and Olive Oil Cake (Lactose-Free)

I’m still going strong with the easy bakes, and this one is another example. When I baked this apple and olive oil cake a week or two ago, I really didn’t know what I wanted to bake at first. I was coming up with complicated ideas that just ended up stressing me out, and I […]

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What I’m Reading for the Make Your MythTaker Readathon

In June, I’m participating in another readathon! The Make Your MythTaker readathon is all about creating your own mythical or fantasy character, and you can do so by completing the reading prompts connected to your chosen character. I’ve decided to become a pirate, and in this video, I tell you what books I’ll be reading […]

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A Different Drummer: the Best Book You’ll Read All Year

June 1957. One hot afternoon, in a backwater town in the American South, a young black farmer named Tucker Caliban throws salt on his field, shoots his horse and livestock, sets fire to his house and departs the state. And thereafter, the entire African-American population leave with him. The reaction to this mass exodus comes […]

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Reviewing the Books My Friends Made Me Read (pt. 1)

At the end of April, I asked six of my friends and family members to pick a book they thought I should read, because they loved it and figured I would as well. This provided me with an interesting TBR for the month of May, and I set to reading the books excitedly. I’ve now […]

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Recipe: Blueberry Crumble for Two

I love a good crumble. Not only are they absolutely delicious, but they’re also very easy to prepare. This blueberry crumble is no exception to both of those things. When my boyfriend came home with over half a kilo of fresh blueberries (“they were on sale!”) I was very excited because I love blueberries – […]

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O.W.L.s Readathon – Reading Vlog Week 5

I realised I hadn’t posted my last reading vlog for the O.W.L.s Magical Readathon on here yet! In this last vlog, I finished two more O.W.L.s, both of them rereads and one of them a five-star, all-time favourite book! I had such a fun time vlogging in April and I hoped you enjoyed watching my […]

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Mini Reviews: April 2020 (OWLs Readathon)

Last month, I told you about the great reading month I had, but April has been even better! I took part in the O.W.L.s Magical Readathon, which is a readathon based on Harry Potter and the exams the students at Hogwarts have to sit. Basically, for every one of the twelve subjects you can take […]

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