My Evolution as a Reader and a Book Buyer

A few weeks ago, I bought a Kindle Paperwhite, and it got me thinking about how I’ve changed as a reader and a book buyer over the years, specifically since I started blogging in 2013. I figured it’d be fun to write a blog post about it – and I’d love to hear about how […]

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Reading Vlog: Reading Sci-Fi for 24 Hours

Earlier this month, I participated in one of the 24-hour readathons for the #MakeYourMythTaker readathon and I decided to vlog it! I accidentally ended up reading only science fiction and I had a great time. I’ve been loving sci-fi lately! Anyway, enjoy the vlog!

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Recipe: Hazelnut Muffins with a Nutella Surprise

I am a huge fan of hazelnuts. I’m not entirely sure what it is, but I think hazelnuts can make pretty much anything taste better. Ever had hazelnut ice cream? It is the best. Yum! Anyway, I’m getting distracted: hazelnuts are great, as are these muffins! They would be pretty delicious without the hazelnut cocoa […]

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10 Books by Black Authors I Really Want to Read

Last week on the blog, I recommended ten books by black authors that I really enjoyed. However, while making that list, I realised I need to up my game when it comes to reading books by people of colour, and black people in particular. So, this week, I’m here with a video of ten books […]

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Mini Reviews – May 2020 (My Friends Choose What I Read)

I had an amazing reading month in May! Not only did I manage to read nine books, but I also loved or at least liked most of them. I also read quite a few books I probably wouldn’t have read normally, which has everything to do with a little project I did during the month […]

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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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