Anticipated Books of 2018

My reading has been all over the place recently but nonetheless, there are a number of books this year that I’m excited about. Today,  I’m here with a list of some of my anticipated books of 2018. Obviously, this isn’t all of my 2018 anticipated releases but these are my most anticipated releases at the moment.

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Favourite Books of 2017

Around this time, you will see a post like this popping up on blogs and booktube channels everywhere because there’s nothing booknerds like more than counting down their favourite books of the year. It hasn’t been the best reading year for me but I still have 10 books on this list that I love so I can’t wait to share them all with you.

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End of 2017 Book Survey

It has become an annual tradition to do the end of 2017 book survey created by The Perpetual Page Turner so obviously as 2017 draws to a close, it’s time for another year of the book survey.


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November 2017

These wrap up posts are probably sounding exactly the same now. I am just so busy with uni work and having to fend for myself that I just don’t have time to blog, read or watch films. So I’m sorry but this is probably another boring wrap up. However, I do break up for Christmas on the 8th December so I’m hoping that I’ll get a lot of reading and watching movies done during December and January.

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October 2017

Can someone please tell me where October went? I spent most of this month busy with uni life due to assignments and also having to fend for myself so it’s been a busy month for me but not much that I could write about in this blog post. I did somehow manage to read more books this month than I thought I would be able to so I am proud of myself for that.

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In My Head…

So… Hi. It’s been a while since I’ve just sat down and written a blog post out in one go but tonight I felt a sudden burst of energy and immediately felt the need to write down what’s going on in my head at the moment and why my blogging is so sparse currently, even if this makes no sense.

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September 2017

This month’s wrap up is going to very short and sweet sadly. I did a lot this month but didn’t read or watch a lot so not much to blog about. I started university this month which is just crazy and I still can’t believe that I’m here! It has felt very surreal so I have been busy this month settling in and socialising with new people and exploring my new city so sorry for the short post but I did manage to do some things.


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August 2017

Ew August is over which means it is September which means I move to university in around 10 days. I’m totally not freaking out about this at all. August was a packed month. I did a week’s internship in London, went to see Wicked and Dreamgirls and got my A Level results whilst preparing for uni so it’s been manic but a lot of fun. I didn’t read much or watch many movies because I was so busy.

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Will I Ever Love A Book As Much As Fangirl?

This may seem like a weird post judging by the title. And honestly, it is to me too. Out of the blue, this question just popped into my head. Will I ever love a book as much I loved Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell? And then I realised that there are many reasons why I may never love a book as much so I thought I’d write them all down and share them all with you.

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A Change Is Gonna Come

34946853Genre: YA
Pages: 384
Publisher: Stripes
Source: Publisher
Format: Paperback
Rating: 4 stars
Buy the Book: Waterstones, Amazon, The Book Depository

Featuring top Young Adult authors alongside a host of exciting new talent, this anthology of stories and poetry from BAME writers on the theme of change is a long-overdue addition to the YA scene. Contributors include Tanya Byrne, Inua Ellams, Catherine Johnson, Patrice Lawrence, Ayisha Malik, Irfan Master, Musa Okwonga and Nikesh Shukla.

Plus introducing four fresh new voices in YA fiction: Mary Bello, Aisha Bushby, Yasmin Rahman and Phoebe Roy.
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