6 things I learnt after 6 months of blogging

Hi friends!

Can you believe I've officially been blogging for over 6 months now? It went by just so quickly - March feels like it was just the other day.

I want to thank everyone who's sent a nice comment, given a like, or just stuck around. It's been such a joy hanging out in this blogging community. I've adored reading other people's posts and reading their views, and I feel like I've learnt so much.

So, I thought it would be a good idea to reflect on the things I've learnt about blogging after all this time! Please note that these are just things specific to me, they're not really supposed to be tips since I'm not at all an accomplished blogger and am still learning the ropes.

Without further ado, here are 6 things I've learnt in my 6 months of blogging. [continue reading]

ARC Review: No Gods No Monsters

recommended for: fans of speculative and literary writing, urban fantasy and horror and books with wonderful social commentary

No Gods, No Monsters is a fascinating and complex story full of multifaceted characters, expansive worldbuilding, intriguing monsters and secret societies, and more. The novel is a mix of thriller, horror, fantasy, and social commentary, altogether making it an amazingly captivating novel. [continue reading]

ARC Review: The Devil Makes Three

recommended for: fans of dark academia, haunted libraries, meet-uglies to reluctant allies, and YA horror.

The Devil Makes Three is an impressive YA horror novel that mixes my favourite things, magic and dark academia and horror. It's hard to consider this a debut because it truly exceeded my expectations in an engaging plot and wonderfully creepy atmosphere, making it a superb horror novel. [continue reading]

september tbr list – i’m taking part in the theatreathon!

Hello everyone! Can you believe August is almost over? Where did the time go?? July and August were rough months and, as I expected, I didn't through the books on my tbr. I'm hoping that changes in September and I have more motivation to read! My lovely friends over at teatimelit are hosting a readathon … Continue reading september tbr list – i’m taking part in the theatreathon!

Review: When All The Girls Are Sleeping

recommended for: people who love solving mysteries, true life paranormal stories, and dark academia vibes.

When All The Girls Are Sleeping is an amazing mystery that takes place in a prestigious boarding school, full of intrigue and ominous vibes, and touches on just what it's like to be a lost teenage girl trying to find her way in life. This is possibly one of the most compelling mysteries I've read this year, made for fans of mysteries who love putting the pieces together. [continue reading]